Class Schedule

Summer 2014

 Important Dates
Registration Begins:
Returning Students
New Students
 - Quarter begins
 - Last day for 100% refund
 - Last day to add/register
 - Quarter ends

Item Tag Legend

Courses may be tagged with one or more of the following:
  • CCNCommon Course Numbering

    As of Summer Quarter 2008, all Washington state community and technical colleges are using a Common Course Numbering (CCN) system. The system identifies courses that are equivalent at community colleges throughout the state to make it easier for students who may transfer between two-year colleges. CCN courses can be identified by an ampersand ( & ) in the course/subject prefix.

  • CEContinuing Education

    Serving the community by offering a wide range of courses at reasonable cost, Continuing Education classes are primarily non-credit and non-graded. Most of the classes are taught by community members who are experts in their fields. Classes may range from one evening to a full quarter in length. Costs vary by class.

  • CSCoordinated Studies

    An alternative to the traditional individual course model, Coordinated Studies courses integrate two or more disciplines into one team-taught course in which students meet for longer periods during the week and earn 8-10 or more credits.

  • eLeLearning

    This class is part of our Distance Learning program and usually does not require a campus visit. Ocassionally, a course may require a campus visit for an orientation or for a proctored exam.

  • HYHybrid

    This class is taught mostly on-campus but has online learning components that have replaced less than half of the on-campus meetings.

Courses that satisfy one or more of the Transfer AA Degree Requirements are tagged as follows:

  • COMCommunications

    This course fulfills the Communication requirement for the College Transfer AA degree.

  • GSGlobal Studies

    This course fulfills the Global Studies requirement for the College Transfer AA degree.

  • ICSIndividuals, Cultures, and Societies

    This course may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Individuals, Cultures and Societies requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.

  • NWNatural World

    This course may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Natural World requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.

  • NW LabNW Lab Science

    This lab course may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Natural World requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.

  • QSRQuantitative / Symbolic Reasoning

    This course may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.

  • USU.S. Culture

    This course fulfills the U.S. Culture requirement for the College Transfer AA degree.

  • VLPAVisual, Literary and Performing Arts

    This course may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Visual, Literary and Performing Arts requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.

  • VLPA StudioVLPA Studio Class

    This studio class may be applied toward the fulfillment of the Visual, Literary and Performing Arts requirement for the College Transfer AA Degree.



Dates & deadlines for all quarters are available from the Academic Calendar