Edmonds College


Edmonds College

Edmonds College


Edmonds Community College is a two-year community college accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges of Northwestern USA and is recognized by the Washington Community College and School of Science Committee “Washington Board for Community & Technical Colleges supervision and management.

Edmonds Community College offers a two-year transfer degree, English Second Foreign Language Training Course (ESL), professional degrees and certificates, as well as high school and university studies. Students who have earned a degree in Edmonds Community College will be able to easily transfer to Washington State or universities throughout the United States including State State Colleges such as Washington State University, Seattle University, California and New York. Students can even earn a four-year university degree directly from Central Washington University.

Edmonds Community College offers a two-year associate degree with a bachelor’s degree for the first two years. In addition, starting with ESL, Edmonds Community College has been helping students earn their desired degrees and successfully enter the ideal university.

The Basics

Setting45 minutes from downtown Seattle
School TypeUSA Community College
TuitionApprox. US$11,000
HousingHomestay, Dormitory
School Website http://www.edcc.edu
Nearest CitySeattle
Year Founded1967
Admission Requirement16 years old and over
Academic CalendarFall, Spring, Winter & Summer
Level OfferedAssociate degree, High School Completion
EnrollmentApproximately 10,300 students
International StudentsApproximately 11.6%
Student-Teacher Ratio21:1
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Student transfer records

Washington State: Washington State University, Washington University, Western Washington University, Pacific Lutheran University

California: California State University, San Francisco State University, University of California-Davis, University of California-San Diego, University of California

Other States: Ohio State University, University of Minnesota – Twin City, Iowa State University, Indiana University, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Northeastern University, Arizona State University, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York – Buffalo, Pennsylvania State University, Michigan State University, Purdue University

Campus facilities

Edmonds campus has well-equipped campus with more than a thousand computers for students to use. Another library, computer classrooms, bookstores, gymnasium, gym, restaurants, etc., to bring students rich campus life. International Student Services at Edmonds Community College, a student consultant with a wide range of cultural and language backgrounds, designed to assist international students.

Campus Security: Late-night traffic / escort services, 24-hour emergency dispatch

Student Services: Personal / Counseling, Women’s Center


Associate in Literature: Accounting, Business Management, Digital Music, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Liberal Studies and Mathematics

Associate in Science I: Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Geology and Geosciences

Associate in Science II: Engineering, Computer Science, Physics and Atmospheric Sciences

You can choose from the following areas of study while studying for a degree in Accounting: Accounting, American Sign Language, Anthropology, Art, Astronomy, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Diversification Studies, Economics, Education, Engineering, English, Environmental Science, French, Geography, Geology, German, Health, History, Humanities, International Studies, Japanese, News, Material Science, Mathematics, Music, Nutrition, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physics, Politics Science, Psychology, Social Sciences, Sociology, Spanish, Speeches, Theater Arts.

School life profile

Sports Scholarship: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country Running, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball

School Sports: Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Softball, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball

School sports: baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball

Activities: Theater / Theater Group, Student-Hosted Newspapers, Radio, Chorus, Associated Students Male Students, Female Students Associated Press, Chorus, Forensics Club

Most Popular Groups: Chorus, Forensics Club

Other information

High School Diploma / Community College Courses High School & College Year

Hong Kong students are required to submit their secondary school results in Hong Kong. Edmonds will decide which classes to take. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a High School diploma / High School diploma awarded by the Washington State Government and Edmonds Community College. However, depending on the subject you are studying, you will receive between 15 and 30 transferable college credits for your general education.

Admission Requirements: At the age of 16, students who have undergone English tests will be given an ESL intensive English course before they can begin their formal studies in this high school or university credit course and obtain a U.S. high school diploma.