Western Washington Campus

7100 Fort Dent Way
Tukwila, WA, 98188-8553
Phone: 425.572.1600

Attend University of Phoenix in Tukwila, Washington

Although this location is no longer accepting new campus-based enrollments, you can still enroll for an online program at phoenix.edu. Current students will continue on-site instruction.

Whether you're near Highway 167, Interstate 5 or 405, the Western Washington Campus in Tukwila, Washington, is nestled in the Puget Sound region of the greater Seattle area and is a part of the University of Phoenix campus network.

Not far from Westfield Southcenter Shopping Center in Tukwila, Washington, the Western Washington Campus offers many on-campus degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, where classroom attendance is only required once per week in a four hour block. Other programs are delivered completely online.

Earn Your Degree at the Western Washington Campus

At the Western Washington Campus, the Bachelor of Science in Business and the Master of Business Administration degree programs can be completed on-campus at a local learning center. Both programs have a variety of majors to choose from.  Associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs in healthcare/nursing, education, information technology, business, human services, and other majors can be completed online.

Depending on the program, classroom-based courses offered locally last five or six weeks and can be taken one at a time. Most importantly, the Western Washington Campus offers a quality instruction and curriculum. Our practitioner faculty members hold advanced degrees and have substantial work experience in their teaching fields.

You can request a personal advisement meeting to discuss your educational goals. You don' t have to wait for a semester to get started. You may earn your degree sooner than you might think!

The Western Washington Campus Student Resource Center

The Western Washington Campus includes a Student Resource Center in Tukwila that provides an opportunity for like-minded students to meet, exchange ideas and network with other University of Phoenix students and alumni.

The Student Resource Center at the Western Washington Campus provides professional development courses and seminars with topics that impact student's academic and professional success. As well, faculty members hold in-person office hours at the Student Resource Center and weekly workshops cover topics from mathematics skills to job search strategies.

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