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Take your learning to the next level with a degree from CWU Sammamish

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CWU-Sammamish has leased part of its parking lot to the Microsoft Corporation for employee parking and has a lease with the Sammamish Community YMCA to utilize the gymnasium/multi-purpose area of the building for their programs.

Academic Advising

Through guidance and support from our expert academic advisors, we will help you navigate whatever you need.

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Degrees and Programs

Earn a graduate or undergraduate degree in ITAM from CWU Sammamish.

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Financial Aid

Learn more about how to fund your degree by meeting with one of our Financial Aid counselors.

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Running Start

Running Start gives high school students the opportunity to earn college credit during high school for little to no cost.

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About the Sammamish Campus

In January 2016, the City of Sammamish invited CWU to consider providing educational programming to residents of the Sammamish Plateau at the former Mars Hill Church site, which the city had purchased in March 2015. The City's preliminary survey of residents indicated a strong desire for postsecondary programming and community engagement activities. CWU conducted its own community needs and preferences assessment in spring 2016 and found a strong interest in the community for flexible learning options such as Running Start, professional education, and personal enrichment opportunities, and specialized instruction, such as tutoring, testing, and English as a Second Language. CWU began offering such programs on September 20, 2017.

CWU News

CWU selects new executive director of Institutional Effectiveness

September 21, 2023


State of the University address scheduled for September 29

September 20, 2023


New exhibit to open September 28 at Sarah Spurgeon Gallery

September 18, 2023


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