Academic

University Transfer Fair

If you are thinking of transferring to a 4-year university and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree, this fair is for you!

You don’t have to travel far to meet and talk to the university admissions representatives! You can find out the admissions requirements, scholarship information, housing, and more right here at EvCC. We will have over 70 university reps coming all the way from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and more.

Come check out the fair and prepare for your future!

University Transfer Fair

If you are thinking of transferring to a 4-year university and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree, this fair is for you!

You don’t have to travel far to meet and talk to the university admissions representatives! You can find out the admissions requirements, scholarship information, housing, and more right here at EvCC. We will have over 70 university reps coming all the way from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and more.

Come check out the fair and prepare for your future!

University of Washington, Bothell

A representative from the University of Washington, Bothell will be in the lobby of GWH from 11am-1pm on Tuesday, May 16. Please feel free to stop by and ask questions about transferring.

Fake News, Morning Edition: Join the conversation

Four Everett Community College faculty members and the editor of EvCC’s student newspaper will lead a discussion about fake news, bias, filter bubbles and finding real information at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. May 9 at EvCC’s Henry M. Jackson Center’s Wilderness Room. 

“The ability to navigate news and discern among sources has never been more important,” said EvCC Arts and Learning Resources Dean Jeanne Leader. 

The conversation is free and open to the public.

The panel will also talk about the relationship between media, technology and national security.  

Fake News, Evening Edition: Join the conversation

Four Everett Community College faculty members and the editor of EvCC’s student newspaper will lead a discussion about fake news, bias, filter bubbles and finding real information at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. May 9 at EvCC’s Henry M. Jackson Center’s Wilderness Room. 

“The ability to navigate news and discern among sources has never been more important,” said EvCC Arts and Learning Resources Dean Jeanne Leader. 

The conversation is free and open to the public.

The panel will also talk about the relationship between media, technology and national security.  

No Day or Evening Classes

No Day or Evening Classes today, November 22.

Fall Quarter Grades Posted to Transcripts

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.

Fall Quarter Final Exams

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

http://www.everettcc.edu/finals

 

Fall Quarter Classes End Today

Fall 2017 quarter classes end today. Prepare yourself for Final Exams, check the Finals schedule online or check with your Instructor.

www.everettcc.edu/finals

Last Day to Drop With a W or Change to Audit for Fall Quarter

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

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