Access | Success | Excellence
The Edmonds Community College Foundation is a nonprofit organization established to help Edmonds Community College provide top quality educational opportunities to everyone in our community.
Through the generosity of our donors, the Foundation supports:
Access Scholarships and emergency assistance funds ensure that students in need of financial help can thrive.
Success By funding learning support services, instructional supplies, and programs, the Foundation promotes academic, professional, and personal achievement.
Excellence We recognize and reward excellent students, employees, and alumni and fund projects designed to enhance the educational experience.
2017-18 Annual Scholarships
Applicants selected to receive Edmonds CC Foundation scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year were notified via email June 2017.
2017 Walk and Run Event
Support student success and raise funds for scholarships, emergency funding, and innovative grants at Edmonds Community College by participating in this interactive 5K Walk and Run event on October 28, 2017.
Connect with your College and Fellow Alumni
Whether you earned a degree or certificate at the college or just took a few classes, you are a part of a group of prestigious alumni who know that Edmonds CC offers the skills and resources needed to succeed in achieving your goals.
Join the Edmonds CC Alumni Association to enjoy member benefits, attend exclusive networking opportunities, and keep connected with the campus at large.
Introductory membership rates as low as $15 for new graduates. This minimum commitment ensures your continued campus connection and exclusive member benefits.
Congratulate Our 2016-17 Award Recipients
Each year at its Fanfare event, The Foundation recognizes individuals and organizations throughout the community who are making a meaningful difference here at the College and in the education community. Check out our 2016-17 Award Recipients!
The Next Steps Program
Edmonds Community College serves all members of our community, including those housed in Monroe Correctional Complex. The men's prison houses 2,500 inmates, and 350 of them attend classes though Edmonds CC's corrections education program. Dean of Corrections Education, Kristyn Whisman, recently provided an update to the Edmonds CC Foundation about the Next Steps program. Check out the article that was recently featured in My Edmonds News.