Now showing in the Art Gallery: "Innovate"
Lynnwood Hall | May 13-June 13
"Innovate," the 2103 student art exhibit, spotlights the creations of Edmonds CC 2012-13 Visual Arts students. Meet the artists May 31 from 4:30-6:30 p.m., Art Gallery.
Interested in studying art? View our facilities at an open house 4-7 p.m. May 30, Meadowdale Hall.
Program in the spotlight: Sustainable Agriculture
Learn to grow local food for yourself and your community in this brand new program!
Our classes will cover:
Interested? Get on our information list. 425.640.1739 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Construct your new career
Edmonds Community College has an accredited Construction Management program, one of only 11 similarly accredited associate degree programs in North America. Enroll in Computers in Construction, CONST 100; Introduction to Surveying, CONST 145; or BIM (Building Information Management) in Construction Management, COST 155 this fall!
Learn more: www.edcc.edu/const
In the news:
Edmonds CC Music: Jazz Student Showcase
Wednesday, May 29, 2013, 7:30 " 9:30 p.m.
New this fall: Licensed Practical Nurse program
Learn more at these upcoming information sessions:
Live on campus!
Rainier Place: This residence hall is a place for students wanting to be part of an involved community of students. Furnished rooms, weekly programs, two resident assistants per floor, laundry room, community rooms, wireless Internet, basic cable, parking, and lots of student leadership opportunities.
Sophie Court: For students 21 and older, these townhouses are a place for older students and students with families who want a quiet atmosphere close to campus. Furnished rooms, resident assistants, washer/dryer, parking, and community room.
425.640.1080 | www.edcc.edu/housing
Amanda Fletcher, associate director of the Northwest Community College Initiative (NWCCI) at Edmonds CC, secured a prestigious Fulbright Award allowing her to travel to Japan and learn more about the country's culture and educational system. Fletcher will visit schools, participate in cultural activities, and meet with government officials and Japanese international education professionals.
Save the date: New farmers market
Edmonds Community College and Edmonds Historical Museum will both benefit from a new Wednesday evening farmers market in Edmonds. The market, which will have an emphasis on fresh produce, will be held 3-7 p.m. Wednesdays, June 12-Oct. 2. The location is at Salish Crossing, 190 Sunset Ave., by the Edmonds ferry terminal.
|about us | catalog/programs | college resources | class schedule | take a class|