Community College


Centralia College 森特利亞社區學院 (華盛頓州 WA)



The Centralia College is a community college in Centralia, Washington. It offers associate degrees and university transfer program to both local and international students.


The college is located in southwest Washington on the I-5 corridor midway between Seattle and Portland, in a beautifully green area of forests and farmland. The famous Mount St. Helens to the south are within a short commute from the college. The populace enjoys the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest with low mean temperatures of 38 in January and a high mean of 78 in July.

The Basics
Setting Rural, small town
School Type Public 2-Year Community College
Tuition ~US$9,000/year for foreign student
Housing Residency Hall nearby school, Home stay (~US$7,000 per year)
Popular Subjects Business, Science and Computer Science,
Transfer Records U Washington, Pacific Lutheran, Washington State, U of Oregon Michigan State, Indiana ...
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General Information
State Washington (WA)
Location Centralia
Nearest City Seattle
Environment Quite & Safe
Campus Size 31 acres (1 acre=1 soccer field)
Year Founded 1925
Admission Req.m Form 5 and above (HK)
Academic Calendar Fall and Winter
Level Offered Associate degree & 2-year University Transfer Program
Enrollment 3,600 full time students (FT&PT)
International ~2% overseas students
Student-to-Teacher ~25:1



Two-year degrees and University Transfer programs including Business, Science, Astronomy, Humanities, Computer Science etc.

University Transfer Records

After two years, Students have transfered to universities including University of Washington, Saint Martin’s College, Pacific Lutheran University, Washington State University, Temple University, University of Oregon, Michigan State University, Indiana University, Arizona State University etc..

Student Life

Centralia provides enriching cultural and entertainment options. Students can catch a play by world-class playwrights, attend a guest lecture by visiting scholars or join a student organization that helps coordinate activities like seasonal festivals, art exhibits and movie nights.

School Activities

Hiking, Snow skiing, Camping, Shopping, Concerts and Theater events