Costs & Fees
Each College in the High School course is five (5) college credits and costs $210. The cost for an equivalent course taken at EvCC can be as much as $513 and that does not include the cost of textbooks, parking, and other fees. This is a significant savings to the student! The fee is due at the time of registration.
There is an additional $30 fee to take the Compass Placement Test.
Payment can be made by Visa, Mastercard, or Discover using the online registration system (preferred) or if registering in person we also accept personal checks or money orders (we cannot accept cash at the Corporate & Continuing Education Center). Students who are not using a credit card for payment must register in person. Registration for this program cannot be done on the main EvCC campus. In-person registration must be done at the Corporate & Continuing Education Center located at 2333 Seaway Blvd., Everett - across from Fluke Electronics, near the Boeing plant. Click for map & driving directions.
You may also apply GET (Guaranteed Education Tuition) funds to this program. If using GET funds, you must apply in person (see above for address, map, and directions).
Courses at the high school may be 5 credits for the full year's coursework or may be 5 credits for each semester at the high school. The high school teacher can explain the course equivalency. View a list of the "typical" high school course equivalancy.
Full year classes require the student to complete the full year in order to earn credit. If the student does not complete the full year they will not earn any credit - partial credit is not awarded.
Deferred Payment Plan
Everett Community offers a payment plan for students who need more time to pay their tuition and fees.
Students pick up a “Deferred Tuition – Short Term” form from CCEC or request a digital copy or mailing. The student must complete the form and submit it to CCEC staff, who will verify that the first 50% of tuition and fees are paid, and then finalize the process with the student and parent. Both parent and student signatures are required to be eligible for the Tuition Deferral. The parent will be considered the responsible party for all payments.
Receiving a scholarhip fro this program is highly competitive. Only four scholarships for all year/first semester classes and one scholarship for second semester are available to be awarded. The maximum amount per student is $210 per year. Only students who qualify for free or reduced lunch will be considered. Read and complete the scholarship application and process.
Also see Refund and/or withdraw Policy