A guide to area colleges and universities

Snohomish County is home to more than 15 institutions of higher education.

Snohomish County is home to more than 15 institutions of higher education, according to Economic Alliance Snohomish County. The list includes the following colleges and universities:

Edmonds Community College, 28000 68th Ave. W., Lynnwood

Established in 1967, Edmonds Community College is a public, two-year state community college. The college serves about 18,000 students, including more than 1,400 international students. It offers one bachelor of applied science degree, 63 associate degrees and 64 professional certificates in 25 programs.

www.edcc.edu

Cascadia College, 18345 Campus Way NE, Bothell

Founded in 1994, Cascadia Community College shares a campus with University of Washington Bothell.

In fall 2017, it enrolled nearly 3,900 students. Associate programs with the highest enrollment in 2017 included integrated studies, business, science and pre-nursing.

www.cascadia.edu

Everett Community College, 2000 Tower St., Everett

Founded in 1941, Everett Community College serves more than 19,000 students.

EvCC has eight divisions, Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Careers, Arts and Learning Resources, Business and Applied Technology, Communication and Social Sciences, Health Sciences and Public Safety, Transitional Studies, Math and Sciences and Student development. It offers 11 associate degrees and more than 30 certificates in the arts and sciences, business, technical arts, fine arts and general studies.

www.everettcc.edu

Washington State University Everett, 915 N. Broadway Ave., Everett

Washington State University Everett offers bachelor’s degrees in data analytics, software, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, integrated strategic communication, hospitality business and, new this fall, organic and sustainable agriculture.

WSU Everett offers junior and senior-level courses for degree completion.

The campus offers access to about 20 undergraduate and graduate programs from several institutions of higher education, including WSU, Western Washington University, UW Bothell, Eastern Washington University and Hope International University through the Everett University Center, located at WSU Everett.

everett.wsu.edu

University of Washington Bothell, 18115 Campus Way NE, Bothell

The University of Washington Bothell, a four-year undergraduate and graduate campus, was established in 1990. It serves nearly 6,000 students. About 30 percent are from Snohomish County.

It offers more than more than 45 degree programs.

www.uwb.edu

Private Universities and colleges

City University of Seattle, Everett:

Columbia College, Everett

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Everett

Public Universities and Colleges

Central Washington University, Lynnwood

Northwest Indian College, Tulalip

Everett University Center, Everett

For information about Eastern Washington University, The Evergreen State College, Hope International University, Western Washington University, Washington State University and University of Washington Bothell: everettuc.org

For more information about educational institutions in Snohomish County, go to www.economicalliancesc.org/education-and-training.

Sources: Economic Alliance Snohomish County; Edmonds Community College; Cascadia Community College; Everett Community College; University of Washington Bothell; Washington State University Everett.

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