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Links to Washington State Colleges & Universities

 College & University links courtesy of Washington Student Achievment Council

The state's public and private institutions provide an array of academic programs that serve an expanding and diverse population.
Public Baccalaureate Colleges and Universities
Research Universities
Public Comprehensive Institutions
Independent Colleges of Washington
Bates Technical College
Bellevue College
Bellingham Technical College
Big Bend Community College
Cascadia Community College
Centralia College
Clark College
Clover Park Technical College
Columbia Basin College
Edmonds Community College
Everett Community College
Grays Harbor College
Green River Community College
Highline Community College
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Lower Columbia College
North Seattle Community College
Northwest Indian College (A tribal community college)
Olympic College
Peninsula College
Pierce College - Fort Steilacooom/Puyallup
Renton Technical College
Seattle Central Community College
Shoreline Community College
Skagit Valley College
South Puget Sound Community College
South Seattle Community College
Spokane Community College
Spokane Falls Community College
Tacoma Community College
Walla Walla Community College
Wenatchee Valley College
Whatcom Community College
Yakima Valley Community College
Private and Out-of-State Colleges & Universities with Facilities in the State

DigiPen Institute of Technology
Seminaries and Church-Related Colleges & Programs
Private Career Colleges - For a list of all schools licensed to offer diploma and certificate programs, see: or contact the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board at 360-753-5662.
Online or Distance Learning Programs - are available at most colleges and universities in Washington. The state has established a formal partnership with Western Governors University, an online, nonprofit, competency-based university providing bachelor's and master's degrees in select programs with flat-rate tuition.
More Resources
Not sure where to start?
Career Bridge is a one-stop, searchable database of education and training programs throughout Washington state where you'll find: the state's Eligible Training Provider (ETP) List; average earnings and employment outlook for your career choice; what you'll need to learn to get those jobs -- and where to go to get the training and education.
The site was created by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, a partnership of labor, business, and government dedicated to helping Washington residents obtain family-wage jobs, while meeting employers' needs for skilled workers.
College Affordability Guide:  
Need help paying for college?
See Washington Student Achievement Council's Paying for College pages for information on financial aid, scholarships, and more.