Seeing an Advisor
If you are new to the college, you can see an advisor in a New Student Advising (NSA) session.
- Attend an NSA session, after taking the ACCUPLACER assessment or after being exempted
from testing (see the exemption requirements).
- During New Student Advising, an advisor will help you understand your test results
and courses placements, connect your strengths and interests with programs of study at Edmonds CC, choose first quarter classes, and teach you how to register online.
- Sign up for an NSA either through the Testing Center or the Advising Resource Center.
If you want to learn more about a program at Edmonds CC, attend a program specific
- These sessions are open to prospective, new, and continuing students.
- During a session, an advisor will lead discussion about your program, answer group
questions, and provide time for individual advising for each student in attendance.
You will be able to meet fellow students in your program, receive answers to your
academic advising questions, and plan your next steps with the help of an advisor.
- Check out our schedule of the upcoming advising sessions.
If you are a continuing student, make an appointment with one of your faculty advisors:
- A Faculty Advisor brings valuable expertise related to programs of study, courses, university programs,
and the job market. They also approve course substitutions and degree/certificate
- Faculty Advisors typically offer appointments between Week 3 and 10 of a quarter.
- Make an appointment by phone at 425.640.1458, or
- In person at the Advising Resource Center, on the first floor of Lynnwood Hall. You
may also contact the faculty member directly.
Any student with questions for an advisor can:
All students are invited to use the Advising Resource Center (ARC) on the first floor of Lynnwood Hall.
- Use our computers to register online or research career and educational programs.
- Find many resources available in the ARC, along with a great support from the Advising
Resource Center Team!