See why students choose the East County Campus and what it's like to be a student here. Get one-on-one help as you take the steps to becoming a student; you can complete all these steps at our campus or online.
Why EvCC East County?
We asked students why they chose to take classes at EvCC’s East County Campus. They said they like that the campus is close to home, classes are affordable (half the cost of a 4-year public school), and classes are small with faculty and staff who know them by name. Check out some photos of what it's like to be a student here on Facebook.
Programs and Degrees
You can earn your entire associate degree here, if you want. If you choose to get the Associate in Arts and Sciences - Direct Transfer Agreement degree, you'll complete the first two years of a 4-year degree and can transfer to a college or university to complete your bachelor's. Check out all the classes, programs and degrees at the East County Campus.
You can take some or all of your college classes at the East County Campus, and there's no special application. To get started, use this checklist. You can get help here with the steps to becoming a student at the East County Campus, including the placement test, financial aid, advising and more.
We're happy to talk with you about your college plans and answer your questions. Call us at 425-259-8732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit.
We can help current students with general financial aid questions, advising, class registration and more. Here, you can pay tuition and fees, buy textbooks, and use open computer labs.