markyang27, yes. It should be what you have completed, not what is in progress (because they don't know the grades of what is in progress and whether you will complete it at all).
Now, it's hard to chance you just like everybody. Your GPA is pretty low for UW, but you have excellent ECs. I hope that you had a good personal statement where you wrote everything about what influenced your education and your GPA.
The problem is that since you are applying as a freshman, UW will pay a lot of attention to your HS grades and test scores and some attention to your college grades. That means it brings you into the same pool of other freshmen applicants, which is very competitive even for in-state.
The good thing is that biology in UW is not competitive - it has minimum admission requirements and GPA of those who transfer here you can see by this link: http://admit.washington.edu/files/PDFs/BIOL.pdf
(it's in your range).
I have been told that admission to the desired department almost always means admission to the university itself in case of a transfer student. So, since the avg. GPA for Bio is so low, you would have a much better shot applying as a transfer student for the 3rd year.
But you know, no one from us here is from Admissions, so we can't really chance you well...