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East County Campus News & Announcements

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Announcements

New Programs Start Fall Quarter

Everett Community College’s East County Campus is registering students now for 35 fall quarter classes, including two new programs – information technology and Youth Re-engagement. Read more in the press release.

Open Lab Hours for Fall Quarter

Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Morning hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. located in the Conference Room on the third floor
Afternoon hours 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. located in Room 295 on the second floor

Placement testing has resumed for Fall Quarter.

Placement testing is held in our computer lab.  Students receive the results of their placement scores at the conclusion of the test. The placement testing fee is $30 and is payable by cash, check, credit or debit.

Welcome to Fall Quarter!

News

June 24, 2014, Monroe Monitor & Valley News, "Community awards honor good citizens."
The 2014 Chamber of Commerce Community Awards drew a large crowd to the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center Thursday evening, June 12, as the chamber and a number of other organizations recognized individuals, businesses and organizations that had rendered valuable service to the community in the last year. ...Entrepreneurial Spirit Award – An organization, business or individual, recognizing the effort shown to aid in the success of fellow businesses through sharing experiences and investing time in the ventures of others: Everett Community College.

Dec. 12, 2012, The Herald, "EvCC's Monroe campus may need to add services as enrollment grows."
Students packed the hallway last week on the third floor of the Lake Tye Building, waiting for classes to start. And it'll soon be more crowded.

Oct. 30, 2012, Monroe Monitor & Valley News, "Everett Community College plans branch campus for Monroe."
In the third floor of the building overlooking Lake Tye, three classrooms make up the entirety of the Monroe campus of Everett Community College. So far, it’s enough for the 200 or so students taking classes there. But the college estimates that there may be as many as 1,000 more potential students in the Sky Valley, and plans to one day expand to provide for them all.