Edmonds College is 30 minutes north of downtown Seattle and 45 minutes north of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. ECC is approximately 2.5 hours south of Vancouver, Canada and minutes away from parks and beaches on the Puget Sound. Our "University Transfer Degrees" ("2+2" program) allow students, upon completion, easily transfer to universities within Washington and throughout the U.S. Other programs offered include professional degrees and certificates, which are designed to prepare students for specific jobs or improve existing skills. Our High School to University program allows students to get a head start on their college degree as they can earn a high school diploma while taking college classes. Edmonds College now has four brand new Bachelor of Applied Sciences degrees with a fifth one starting in 2023. The campus is in Lynnwood, Washington - a safe, quiet suburb of Seattle that offers hiking trails, an aquatic center, a golf course, extensive shopping and a great mix of dining options. Nearby is the quiet town of Edmonds on the shore of Puget Sound, a major inlet of the Pacific Ocean. It offers a wide range of boutique restaurants, shopping, art galleries and a ferry terminal for travel to Olympic National Park. Our beautiful park-like campus combines excellent coursework, award-winning faculty, advising, scholarships, the advantage of 2 on-campus residence halls discounted bus pass, and other superior services to help students with all their needs while living in the United States. Upon completion of a degree from Edmonds you can transfer to universities within the state of Washington and throughout the United States. Let us help you plan for success, from admission to completion of the degree of your choice, to university entry.
Low (winter): 33°F/1°C
High (summer): 76°F/24°C
The Office of International Programs (OIP) provides activities and workshops every quarter to promote student engagement and activity. Quarter activities range from hiking trips, Seattle Sounder games, arts and crafts sessions, and more. The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership (CSEL) funds more than 60 programs and services across campus. Currently, CSEL funding supports child care, performing arts, clubs, lectures, trips, athletics, Brown Bag Lectures, services for students with disabilities, the information center, and many other programs. A number of intercollegiate sports are offered each quarter. Intramural sports offer all students an opportunity to participate in soccer, volleyball, and basketball. There is a free gymnasium that's available for pickup games, weight lifting, aerobic dance, and yoga classes. The intercollegiate athletic teams include men's baseball, basketball, and soccer, and women's basketball, fast-pitch softball, soccer, and volleyball. Between the Lines is a student art and literary magazine that consistently wins state and national awards for excellence. It is a wonderful place to highlight your talent or learn the ins and outs of publication. The Triton Review, an award-winning student newspaper, gives students plenty of opportunities to write articles, interview interesting people or work as an editor or photographer. It's a great place to learn the news writing and to be among the first to know what's happening on campus. Edmonds CC includes over 30 clubs such as Accounting Club, Engineering Club, to country specific clubs like Vietnamese Student Association, Indo Club, and more. It is a great way to meet others - and if you don't find the right one, we'll help you create a new club. The Art Gallery features shows throughout the year, including a student exhibit.