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Washington’s community and technical colleges prepare nearly 400,000 students each year for careers, to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and with new skills for better lives.

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A modern software solution for the CTC system

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CURRENT SYSTEM STUDIES

Economic Impact Study
This 2011 study highlights the $11 billion annual economic contribution of Washington's community and technical colleges. Read the complete report »

Mission Study
SBCTC commissioned a task force to better understand the system mission today and where it needs to be in the future. Go to Mission Study web page »

Quality Improvement Efforts

SBCTC submitted its first Washington State Quality Awards Lite Assessment application in October 2009. Review our WSQA Application.

Community and technical colleges satisfy Washington State Quality Awards standards through participation in Northwest Commission on College and University Accreditation (NWCCU). See each college’s annual improvement efforts, student achievement advances and NWCCU accreditation report »

 

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High School Equivalency (HSE) Tests
GED®, eligibility, preparation, testing, transcripts

Find a Program
Find a program of study

How to Pay for College
Tuition, financial aid, veterans, tax credits, scholarships, Real Hope Act for undocumented students

Enrollment Basics
Learn how to enroll

Trustee Resources
Information for trustees

Campus Safety and Security
Reports, legislation, training, resources

Interagency Agreements

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