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Edmonds College | Field Guide 2022

Edmonds College logoEdmonds College’s mission of Teaching, Learning and Community is guided by innovation, equity, inclusion and a global perspective. With a focus on academic excellence, student success and community engagement, the college serves over 13,000 students annually. The college offers two Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, 63 associate degrees and 60 professional certificates in 25 areas of study.

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Key Facts

Highest Enrolled Programs

  • Associate in Arts–DTA*
  • Associate in Business–DTA/MRP**
  • Associate in Pre-Nursing–DTA/MRP
  • Associate in Computer Science–DTA
  • Associate in Science-T–Track 2 (Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences)
  • Associate in Biology–DTA/MRP

*Direct Transfer Agreement

**Major Related Program

Enrollment

  • Headcount (all sources): 13,397
  • FTES (all sources): 6,158
  • Headcount (state-funded): 9,024
  • FTES (state-funded): 3,913

Students in Selected Programs

  • Applied bachelor's: 42
  • Apprentices: 9
  • Corrections: 651
  • I-BEST: 151
  • International: 904
  • Running Start: 1,358
  • Worker Retraining: 420

Student Profile

Type of Student

  • Academic/transfer: 40%
  • Basic skills: 14%
  • Other: 12%
  • Workforce education: 34%

Race/Ethnicity*

  • American Indian/Alaska Native: 3%
  • Asian: 26%
  • Black/African American: 12%
  • Hispanic/Latino: 17%
  • Pacific Islander: 2%
  • White: 53%

Attendance

  • Full-time: 39%
  • Part-time: 61%

Family and Finances

  • Students receiving need-based financial aid: 27%
  • Students with dependents: 44%

Gender

  • Female: 56%
  • Male: 44%

Median age

24

Points of Interest

New STEM and Nursing building

Edmonds College is proud to announce the opening of Hazel Miller Hall in 2020, our STEM and Nursing building. Hazel Miller Hall is a state-of-the-art, 70,000-square-foot building that houses allied health, nursing, physics, chemistry, engineering and math classrooms, as well as labs and offices.

Advanced Manufacturing Skills Center

The Advanced Manufacturing Skills Center (AMSC) of Edmonds College is dedicated to offering short-term, high-impact manufacturing to the community. We are building the necessary workforce to help local companies thrive, while offering students the chance to earn satisfying, family-wage jobs in a growing and exciting industry. Students can choose from programs in aerospace, marine, creative technology and AI/robotics industries.

NEW Construction Trades Pre-apprenticeship Program

Edmonds College launched the Construction Trades Pre-Apprenticeship Program to fill a critical labor shortage identified by industry partner, Sound Transit, and provide skills training to our local community members at no cost. Successful completion of this program leads to a certificate in our Construction pre-Apprenticeship Program. The program includes math in the trades, blueprint reading and drawing, health and safety, work readiness, industry awareness, tool training, construction basics, basic electrical and basic plumbing. Students will also create a capstone project that will demonstrate the link between theory and practice and skills acquired throughout the program. 

Data is from the 2020-21 academic year. Reflects headcount unless otherwise noted.

*May not add up to 100% because students may be counted in more than one race. Percentages calculated on reported value.

President

Dr. Amit B. Singh

Trustees

  • Wally Webster II, chair
  • Adrianne Wagner, vice chair
  • Dave Earling
  • Dr. Tia Benson Tolle
  • Carl Zapora

Year Founded

1967

Service Area

Snohomish County

Legislative Districts

1, 21, 32, 38, 44

 

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Last Modified: 12/21/21, 10:29 AM

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