East County Campus
The East County Campus offers many classes each quarter. Our Staff can assist students with admission, registration, general financial aid questions, testing and planning. Do you need to pay your tuition? Students can pay tuition at our location. Whether you are a high school student or an adult learner, the East County Campus staff is waiting to meet you and serve your educational needs.
Office Hours: M - F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Testing 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (testers must check in by 4 p.m.)
Classes at the East County Campus
The East County Campus has expanded its offerings so students can complete a 90-credit degree in Monroe in 2 or 3 years. The Winter Class Schedule is available online. East County Campus is committed to scheduling classes that will be offered when the quarter begins. If there is a cancellation, the East County Campus will make every effort for students to attend an online section of that same class. All registered students in a scheduled class will have priority registration in an online section and access to our computer lab.
Advising at East County Campus
Advising continues at the East County Campus with our full-time faculty Lynne Munoz and Heidi Weiss-Green. Call 425-259-8732 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
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"Like" the East County Campus and stop by our office for your free gift. We are located at the Lake Tye Building, 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE, Monroe. Parking is free at our location.
EvCC charges a $30. testing fee, which at the East County Campus location is payable by check, money order, debit or credit. The East County Campus does not accept cash payments. Students are encouraged to have their SID with them or at least their social security number. Placement Testing is administered on a drop in basis, no need to call or make an appointment. The East County Campus staff is available to assist you with the application process, registration general financial aid questions Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or call us at 425-259-8732.
Earn a Business Administration Certificate, Associate in Business (DTA), or Associate in Technical Arts in Business Administration.
Graduate from EvCC's East County Campus
Degrees and Certificates offered at the East County Campus include:
Locate more information about earning a university transfer degree or general studies degree here.
At the East County Campus you can:
Advantages to study on the East County Campus.
- Save gas, commute time, and car wear-and-tear
- Park easily and for free
- Avoid highway gridlock
- Helpful, knowledgeable and friendly staff to assist you
- Complete a University Transfer Program, associate degree or certificate program
Corporate Training in Monroe
Everett Community College's Corporate & Continuing Education Center now offers workshops for professionals and customized training for employers at our East County Campus located in Monroe. Browse the CCEC courses available at the East County Campus or call 425-267-0150. CCEC also offers a wide range of customized training solutions for businesses, non-profits and government agencies at the East County Campus. To find out how CCEC can support your training needs, email Ray Kubista or call 425-267-0162.