A Message from the President
Welcome to Everett Community College!
EvCC has helped students achieve their educational dreams since 1941. At EvCC, students are challenged to explore, create, learn and lead with help from faculty and staff dedicated to their success. We believe everyone can thrive with high-quality, affordable education.
As you learn more about EvCC, you'll find that the college's tradition of excellence is reflected in its students. EvCC alumni serve their communities as scientists, teachers, medical professionals, and government leaders; they build businesses and support enterprises that fuel the region's economy and distinguish themselves in the world of art, literature, and music.
At EvCC, you’ll find many different education options. Students come here (or learn online) to prepare to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, earn certificates, experience hands-on learning in professional and technical programs, learn English, develop basic skills, get ready for a promotion, or to learn just for fun.
Students learn on our main campus in Everett or at one of our other locations in Monroe, Marysville, Tulalip, or South Everett. No matter where you start, you’ll find many people who are here to welcome you and assist you in reaching your goals.
Everett Community College’s main campus is the home of the University Center of North Puget Sound, which offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees from partner universities. You can earn your four-year degree right here.
In 2011-12, EvCC will continue to advance its Strategic Plan, which was created by the college’s Board of Trustees, faculty, and staff. The plan outlines the college's goals and strategic initiatives. The college assesses its progress toward meeting these goals annually.
EvCC is also continuing to play an important role in our community as our state and nation struggle with job losses and other economic challenges. During these tough times, more than 20,000 students turned to EvCC for brighter futures. The college is working hard to meet the increasing demand, despite more than $4.5 million in state budget cuts during the past two years.
We are extremely grateful for strong support from the community, including donors to the Everett Community College Foundation, which provides scholarships for students struggling to pay for school and financial support for college programs, services, and capital improvements. Donations of equipment and expertise from business and industry experts also helped us ensure that students are well prepared for their future careers.
Thank you for your interest in EvCC. We invite you to explore our website and our campus to learn more about the college.
Dr. David Beyer