Hows the area outside the campus, I know its in Seattle but is it "in" the city? I saw something about it being in a low income neighborhood.They strongly favor WA residents.
For OOS they seem to favor select WICHE states.
I applied this cycle with a slim chance at acceptance due to non-residency and received the supplemental.
If you want to attend and have a unique/competitive application I say go for it.
There is a little bit of crime around the area since it is a city after all. I went to the school for four years and lived in the U district for those years. People get robbed at gun-point from time to time, and a friend here and there had a phone stolen off them, but generally you are fine. I never had any issues myself and I never felt unsafe walking around alone at 3 am. Police in Seattle are somewhat slow to respond but the campus has its own police force that respond quickly.Safety is a non-issue in the area surrounding the dental school. The only issue is rent prices. Also, I don't know where you're from, but like the post above me stated, if you're not from Washington or a WICHE state it's gonna be tough going trying to get in. I would love it there but as a CT resident did not even bother applying.
It is very much in the city. Seattle is a large city. If you mean is it in downtown? No, just a short ways away. I wouldn't consider it being in a low income neighborhood since rent prices are really high in the neighborhood.Hows the area outside the campus, I know its in Seattle but is it "in" the city? I saw something about it being in a low income neighborhood.