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Last Day to Drop With a W or Change to Audit for Winter Quarter March 3
4:30pm

Today is the final day students are able to drop a class or change from credit status to audit status for Winter 2017 quarter. Changing from credit to audit status requires instructor signature.

Academic, Important Deadline
Winter Quarter Classes End Today March 20
(All day)

Winter 2017 quarter classes end today. Prepare yourself for Final Exams, check the finals schedule online or check with your instructor.

www.everettcc.edu/finals

Academic
Winter Quarter Final Exams March 21
(All day)

Students should make sure they check the Final Exam Schedule for the date and time of their final.

http://www.everettcc.edu/finals

Academic
Winter Quarter Final Exams March 22
(All day)

Students should make sure they check the Final Exam Schedule for the date and time of their final.

http://www.everettcc.edu/finals

Academic
Winter Quarter Final Exams March 23
(All day)

Students should make sure they check the Final Exam Schedule for the date and time of their final.

http://www.everettcc.edu/finals

Academic
Winter Quarter Final Exams March 24
(All day)

Students should make sure they check the Final Exam Schedule for the date and time of their final.

http://www.everettcc.edu/finals

Academic
Winter Quarter Grades Posted to Transcripts March 29
(All day)

Students will be able to check their grades on their transcripts beginning today. If you check your transcript and do not see your grade posted, first check your class schedule; if you still do not see your grade or if you disagree with your grade contact your Instructor. The Enrollment Services office is unable to change, update, add or remove grades without the Instructor's written permission via a grade change form.

Academic
Current Student Registration Begins for Spring Quarter
February 27
(All day)
to March 2
(All day)

To View Your Registration Access Date:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/waci004.html

To Register Online:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/webreg/waci221.php

Academic
New Student Priority Registration Begins for Spring Quarter March 6
(All day)

New or returning students who applied online for Spring 2017 quarter by February 27th are able to register today. Please check your Registration Access Date if you are unsure as to when you are able to register:

www.ctc.edu/~everet/waci004.html

Academic
Open Registration Begins for Spring Quarter for Admitted Students March 8
(All day)

Students who have an SID number may register now. If you do not have an SID please apply online:

www.everettcc.edu/applyonline

Academic
Last Day to Add Without Instructor Permission AND Waitlist Stop Moving Automatically March 31
4:30pm

Last day for students to add classes without instructor permission for Spring 2017 quarter. To add classes after today, students will need instructor permission.

Waitlists stop moving automatically today, please monitor your waitlist to see if you have been enrolled into a class.

Academic, Important Deadline
Cosmetology Career Advancement Showcase March 6

12:30pm
to
3:30pm

Meet and Greet with EvCC Cosmetology Students, Portfolio Showcase and Tables for Salon Presentations.

9315 State St., Suite G, Marysville, WA 98270 Community Events
Free Information Session: Composites March 14
5:00pm

The Composites program is a hands-on, in-depth overview of the processes involved in the development and production of composite products. Skills include tooling, fabrication, machining, assembly, quality assurance, repair, lay-up, vacuum bagging, and cure processing of wet laminating.

Learn from an instructor about manufacturing with the materials of the future during this free information session.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Manufacturing Pre-Employment March 15
3:00pm

The Manufacturing Pre-Employment program serves as an introduction to manufacturing. The knowledge and skills acquired in this course are required for entry level positions in diverse workplace scenarios. Learn about our Manufacturing Pre-Employment Program from an instructor during this free information session.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Precision Machining March 15
4:00pm

Train to become an entry-level Machine Operator. Employers are expected to continue needing machinists who have a wide range of skills and are capable of performing modern production techniques and almost any task in a machine shop.

Learn about the Machining Program from an instructor during this free information session.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Mechatronics March 15
5:00pm

Mechatronics combines the study of mechanics, electronics, pneumatics, and digital control technology with a focus on an integrated systematic approach.

Attend an information session to learn more about the program.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Welding March 15
5:00pm

The Welding program offers a wide variety of classes to meet the needs of students whose goals range from those seeking employment in the Metal Trades Industry to the home hobbyist.

Attend an information session to learn more about the program.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Engineering Technology March 16
4:00pm

The Engineering Technology program is designed to provide skills and knowledge in a variety of technical design subjects, including computer aided design (CAD) software such as CATIA version 5, Solid Works and AutoCAD.

Attend an information session to learn more about the program.

AMTEC 100 Workshop and Info Sessions
LDSSA Club Meeting March 6

11:00am
to
1:00pm

The LDSSA is established by the Seattle Washington Institute of Religion to help students attending colleges or universities have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience during their years of formal education.

Club Hub, Parks Student Union, Room 203 Clubs, Student Activities
LDSSA Club Meeting March 13

11:00am
to
1:00pm

The LDSSA is established by the Seattle Washington Institute of Religion to help students attending colleges or universities have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience during their years of formal education.

Club Hub, Parks Student Union, Room 203 Clubs, Student Activities
LDSSA Club Meeting March 20

11:00am
to
1:00pm

The LDSSA is established by the Seattle Washington Institute of Religion to help students attending colleges or universities have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience during their years of formal education.

Club Hub, Parks Student Union, Room 203 Clubs, Student Activities
Noche Entre Familia - Spanish-language family night March 10

5:30pm
to
8:00pm

Noche Entre Familia 

Everett Community College’s East County Campus is hosting Noche Entre Familia, a college information session in Spanish for students and their families, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. March 10. 

Families will learn about ways to pay for college, how to earn free college credit in high school, college programs and classes to learn English and complete a GED. The event is free and open to the public.

Childcare is available at the Monroe Family YMCA, 14033 Fryelands Blvd. Parents should drop off children at the YMCA before going to the East County Campus, located across the street at 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE in the Lake Tye building. 

Dinner will be served to children at the YMCA and to families attending the information session.

For questions or more information, contact EvCC’s East County Campus at 425-259-8730.

Everett Community College East County Campus
NOCHE ENTRE FAMILIA:¡CULTIVANDO SUEÑOS JUNTOS!
10 de marzo de 2017 a las 5:30 - 8 p.m.

Será una noche entre familia donde tendrá la oportunidad de aprender sobre los programas que ofrece EvCC que le ayudarán a alcanzar sus sueños.

  • Aprenda como sus hijos y también usted pueden inscribirse para recibir clases de inglés, terminar su GED o buscar una nueva carrera.
  • Explore opciones para obtener becas y ayuda financiera federal y estatal.
  • Conozca sobre oportunidades que EvCC le ofrece incluyendo información acerca de recursos gratuitos para obtener créditos universitarios, clases universitarias en el colegio, Running Start, y Preparación Técnica.

El evento será en español. ¡Los esperamos!
Habrá comida, cuidado de niños, y estacionamiento gratuito.

Si necesita cuidado de niños, llegue primero al YMCA: 14033 Fryelands Blvd, Monroe, WA 98272 (en frente del evento)

Para más información en español comuniquese al 425-259-8730.

East County Campus,14090 Fryelands Blvd. S.E. Suite 283 Academic, Community Events, Workshop and Info Sessions
Club Council March 3

1:00pm
to
2:00pm

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings.

For more information Email Richele Blair at rblair@everettcc.edu.

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 166/168 Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Club Council March 17

1:00pm
to
2:00pm

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings.

For more information Email Richele Blair at rblair@everettcc.edu.

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 166/168 Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
ASB Senate Meeting March 17

2:30pm
to
4:00pm

Your Voice, Your Power!

GET INVOLVED as an ASB Senator and you will have the opportunity to MAKE A DIFFERENCE serving your fellow EvCC students. These paid positions allow you to HAVE A VOICE in the student experience at EvCC. Provide input, share concerns, and gain valuable leadership skills, while enhancing your resume, college and scholarship applications. The Senate meets every other Friday from 2:30-4:30pm in GWH 166/168.

Interested?  Stop by Student LIFE, Parks 209 and pick up a Student Senator packet. We want YOU to join this great team of student leaders!

For more info: www.everettcc.edu/asb

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 166/168 Campus Event, Student Activities
Phi Theta Kappa Meeting March 1

2:00pm
to
3:30pm

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international academic honor society. Phi Theta Kappa promotes scholarship, leadership development, service and the cultivation of fellowship among students at EvCC. Club meetings include student activities, current scholarship information/deadlines, service projects, and discussions. 

For more info please contact Phi Theta Kappa adviser, Lori Wisdom-Whitley at 425-388-9379.

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 264 Clubs, Student Activities
Phi Theta Kappa Meeting March 15

2:00pm
to
3:30pm

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international academic honor society. Phi Theta Kappa promotes scholarship, leadership development, service and the cultivation of fellowship among students at EvCC. Club meetings include student activities, current scholarship information/deadlines, service projects, and discussions. 

For more info please contact Phi Theta Kappa adviser, Lori Wisdom-Whitley at 425-388-9379.

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 264 Clubs, Student Activities
SEA Club Meeting March 7

2:30pm
to
3:30pm

SEA is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

For more info contact advisor, Laura Wild at lwild@everetcc.edu.

Index Hall Room 101 Clubs, Student Activities
SEA Club Meeting March 14

2:30pm
to
3:30pm

SEA is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

For more info contact advisor, Laura Wild at lwild@everetcc.edu.

Index Hall Room 101 Clubs, Student Activities
SEA Club Meeting March 21

2:30pm
to
3:30pm

SEA is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

For more info contact advisor, Laura Wild at lwild@everetcc.edu.

Index Hall Room 101 Clubs, Student Activities
Mystical Masquerade Ball - Dance March 3

8:00pm
to
11:00pm

FREE Tickets available at Student LIFE, PSU 209
One valid EvCC ID required per group

Every year, Student LIFE Programs Board holds a dance party for all the Everett Community College’s members and their friends. 

This year’s theme is Mystical Masquerade, which combines music by KISS106.1 DJ, costume, and a judgement free zone to dance the night away! There will be a fun photo booth for you and your friends to capture the moment, along with light refreshments and candy for FREE. The first 50 people who show up will get a FREE VIP MASK provided by Student Life at the door. You are also encouraged to bring a unique mask of your own! The show production includes popular music performed by KISS 106.1 FM DJ, along with a light show.

The event will be held in the Jackson Conference Center, on Friday, March 3rd, from 8:00pm – 11:00pm. To get in, only one EvCC Student ID card is required per group. It will be fun and everything is FREE, so what are you waiting for? Come and join us in your casual or formal attire for a Mystical Night of Dance.

For more information on this event, please contact Abigail Skinner, Special Events Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation in connection with this event, contact the Center for Disability Services at least 5 days in advance at 425-388-9273 or cds@everettcc.edu.
 

Jackson Center Campus Event, Student Activities
Haru Hoedown March 10
5:30pm

Doors @ 5:30pm // Show @ 6:00pm
$2 Admission for EvCC Students, Staff & Faculty
$5 Admission for Community Members

Japanese Club invites you to an enchanting evening of spring themed entertainment. There will be Mythpunk music by Dogwood & Nathaniel Johnstone, concessions, vendors, and otherworldly tales from Japan told by librarian Heather Jean Uhl. 

The Japanese Club welcomes all students interested in learning more about Japanese culture, language and people through participation in events, workshops and activities

Advisor: Heather Uhl, Email: huhl@everettcc.edu

Jackson Center, Auditorium Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Sex Week: "Sex, Intimacy, & Relationships" Workshop with Allena Gabosch March 1

2:30pm
to
4:00pm

Sex, Intimacy and Relationships is a workshop that is open to all and is presented by Allena Gabosch from the Center for Sex Positive Culture that dives into the details of what sex, intimacy and relationships truly are. This workshop will teach the differences between sex, intimacy and relationships and will present a newfound understanding of those commonly used terms. Topics such as asexuality and abstinence will also be explored within the context of sex, intimacy and relationships.

Jackson Conference Center Campus Event, Student Activities, Workshop and Info Sessions
Sex Week: Sex Fair! March 2

11:00am
to
1:00pm

The Sex Fair is an event held in Jackson Center that is open to all and features local organizations that will each have their own booth and will provide resources and information about different aspects of sex education and sexuality. This event includes multiple on and off campus organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Babeland and Safe Zone, among others. Student LIFE will also have a booth that includes a trivia game with giveaways and will be handing out goodie bags with condoms and various other items.

Jackson Conference Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Sex Week: Green Dot Training Level 1 March 3

9:30am
to
11:00am

*Level 1 must be completed before Level 2

Green Dot is a bystander intervention training designed to develop skills in how to intervene when witnessing inappropriate and hurtful behavior (i.e. sexual harassment, discrimination, bias, etc.). This training is an excellent opportunity to learn what to do when you see a situation unfolding in front of you, how to manage any barriers you may have to stepping in, and to answer that timeless question, "can I do my part?";  If you are interested in attending this training, please sign up in Student LIFE PSU 209. The trainings are sequential, so the beginning training must be attended before the advanced training. It is possible that the beginning training had already been completed at a different session earlier in the school year.

Jackson Conference Center Campus Event, Student Activities, Workshop and Info Sessions
Sex Week: Green Dot Training Level 2 March 3

12:00pm
to
4:00pm

*Level 1 training must be completed before Level 2

Green Dot is a bystander intervention training designed to develop skills in how to intervene when witnessing inappropriate and hurtful behavior (i.e. sexual harassment, discrimination, bias, etc.). This training is an excellent opportunity to learn what to do when you see a situation unfolding in front of you, how to manage any barriers you may have to stepping in, and to answer that timeless question, "can I do my part?";  If you are interested in attending this training, please sign up in Student LIFE PSU 209. The trainings are sequential, so the beginning training must be attended before the advanced training. It is possible that the beginning training had already been completed at a different session earlier in the school year.

Jackson Conference Center Campus Event, Student Activities, Workshop and Info Sessions
Humanities Alliance: Faculty-Student Panel Discussion March 7
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance is pleased to present a Faculty-Student Panel Discussion on the topic:  Is American Blind?: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. Liberal vs. conservative, Democrat vs. Republican, rich vs. poor, science vs. religion, irrationality vs. reason, menvs. women, yin vs. yang, friend vs. enemy, us vs. them … Why all these polarities? Can they be reconciled for the sake of a better future? This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the EvCC Foundation.

JKC 101 Campus Event
Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series March 2
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome.
Today's speaker:  Mike van Quickenborne, philosophy: Against Democracy? On the Voice of the People in the Age of Donald Trump
Assigned reading: Ch. 1 of Jason Brennan's Against Democracy (22 pages): http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/s10843.pdf

JKC 106 Campus Event
Free Info Session: Technical Customer Service Representative March 28
1:30pm

Earn a certificate in 9 months!

Ready for a new career? Find out about Everett Community College's new Technical Customer Service Representative Program by attending an information session

Olympus Hall, Room 131 Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Info Session: Technical Customer Service Representative March 28
5:30pm

Earn a certificate in 9 months!

Ready for a new career? Find out about Everett Community College's new Technical Customer Service Representative Program by attending an information session.

Olympus Hall, Room 131 Workshop and Info Sessions
Queer Questions, Straight Talk March 8

2:00pm
to
4:00pm

Conversations: They can be easy, awkward, difficult, courageous, risky, enlightening, authentic or just plain hilarious.

Queer Questions, Straight Talk are open conversations to demystify, educate, advocate and move toward creating the change we envision: a culture that is safe, welcoming, accepting, and fair for all, including those who are LGBTQIA+

For more info please contact Student LIFE Programs Board Adviser, Lindsay Hudson, at 425-388-9508.

TBA Campus Event, Student Activities
Real Talk Wednesday March 8

2:30pm
to
4:00pm

Real Talk Wednesday is an open forum in which students, staff, faculty and community members can host meaningful and courageous conversations in order to 1) create community and 2) educate the campus on social justice issues, current events, trends, and topics that matter to you.

For more info please contact Student LIFE Programs Board Adviser, Lindsay Hudson, at 425-388-9508

TBA Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Free Information Session: Manufacturing Pre-Employment March 13
4:00pm

The Manufacturing Pre-Employment program serves as an introduction to manufacturing. The knowledge and skills acquired in this course are required for entry level positions in diverse workplace scenarios. Learn about our Manufacturing Pre-Employment Program from an instructor during this free information session. https://www.everettcc.edu/visitors/maps/weston-high-school

Weston High School Workshop and Info Sessions
Free Information Session: Precision Machining March 13
5:00pm

Train to become an entry-level Machine Operator. Employers are expected to continue needing machinists who have a wide range of skills and are capable of performing modern production techniques and almost any task in a machine shop.

Learn about the Machining Program from an instructor during this free information session. https://www.everettcc.edu/visitors/maps/weston-high-school

Weston High School Workshop and Info Sessions
Student Government's Snack & Chat March 15

10:30am
to
12:30pm

Come join Student LIFE and EvCC’s Student Government for Winter Quarter's Bi-weekly Snack and Chats.  

Snack and Chat is a chance for your voice to be heard and for you to make a difference.  As you chat with student senate members, Student Leaders, club members, you can learn about what is happening on campus and be able to let Student LIFE know what you would like to see on campus, and you get a Free snack! 
So, stop on by and Snack & Chat with us!

Whitehorse Hall Campus Event, Student Activities
Computer Club Meeting March 7

1:00pm
to
2:00pm

**NEW TIME & LOCATION**

The goal of the computer club is an open form for the discussion of IT related issues as relates to World Technology.  We raise funds to attend IT/Graphics conferences and other related functions.

For more info contact advisor, Larry Camarota at lcamarota@everettcc.edu.
 

Whitehorse Hall Room 352 Clubs, Student Activities
Computer Club Meeting March 14

1:00pm
to
2:00pm

**NEW TIME & LOCATION**

The goal of the computer club is an open form for the discussion of IT related issues as relates to World Technology.  We raise funds to attend IT/Graphics conferences and other related functions.

For more info contact advisor, Larry Camarota at lcamarota@everettcc.edu.
 

Whitehorse Hall Room 352 Clubs, Student Activities
Computer Club Meeting March 21

1:00pm
to
2:00pm

**NEW TIME & LOCATION**

The goal of the computer club is an open form for the discussion of IT related issues as relates to World Technology.  We raise funds to attend IT/Graphics conferences and other related functions.

For more info contact advisor, Larry Camarota at lcamarota@everettcc.edu.
 

Whitehorse Hall Room 352 Clubs, Student Activities