UW Tacoma enrolled 4,790 students at all levels in 2023, marking a shift that signals a post-pandemic recovery.
As concerns about the value of a college degree grow, UW Tacoma’s impact is gaining greater recognition.
The school welcomes its inaugural cohort of first-year students to campus this fall, via a program aimed at building community and fostering student success.
With their entry focused on privacy-preserving machine learning, Team FLHuskies2 is one of five finalists who will work directly with NASA scientists to incorporate federated learning into the National Airspace System.
Cello brought solace to a young Salese Clark, ’23, B.A. Business Administration/Marketing. UW Tacoma transformed her.
Evan Campbell, ’23, B.A. Business Administration/Accounting, seems to have an instinctive facility for keeping track of business.
When not delving into algebraic topology, Army veteran Phillip Dontje, ’23, B.S. Mathematics, is raising his children and preparing for his upcoming Ph.D. studies.
College is at the center of life for the family of Saima Ghafoor, ’23, B.A. Healthcare Leadership.
Inspired by her mother, Nyah Laureta, '23 (B.S. biomedical sciences) is well on her way to her dream of becoming a physician.