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Edmonds College | Field Guide 2024

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Edmonds' mission is: Teaching I Learning I Community. The college serves approximately 13,000 students annually, including approximately 800 international students from about 57 countries. Edmonds' program offerings includes four bachelor of applied science degrees (with approval to offer one more in 2024), 65 associate degrees, and 109 professional certificates in 30 programs of study. The college's robust athletics programs include baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and cross-country for men and women. In addition, the college offers a wide range of comprehensive offerings, including college credit in high school, basic education skills to receive a high school diploma/GED® or to prepare for college, short-term non-credit training, continuing education, online degrees and certificates, offered day, night, and weekend. Support services include child care, a campus food pantry, a 211 navigator, and mental health resources. 

Key Facts

Highest Enrolled Programs

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

*Direct Transfer Agreement
**Major Related Program

Enrollment

  • Headcount (all sources): 13,117
  • FTES (all sources): 5,401
  • Headcount (state-funded): 8,102
  • FTES (state-funded): 3,305

Students in Selected Programs

  • Applied bachelor's: 41
  • Corrections: 473
  • I-BEST: 119
  • International: 835
  • Running Start: 1,221
  • Worker Retraining: 239

Student Profile

Type of Student

  • Academic/transfer: 33%
  • Basic skills: 19%
  • Workforce education: 19%
  • Other: 29%

Race/Ethnicity*

Students of color: 56%

  • American Indian/Alaska Native: 3%
  • Asian: 24%
  • Black/African American: 13%
  • Hispanic/Latino: 19%
  • Pacific Islander: 2%
  • White: 56%

Attendance

  • Full-time: 32%
  • Part-time: 68%

Family and Finances

  • Students receiving need-based financial aid: 36%
  • Students with dependents: 32%

Gender

  • Female: 55%
  • Male: 45%

Median age

23

Points of Interest

New bachelor programs

Edmonds' fifth BAS degree in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence BAS (ROBAI-BAS) will launch starting in the fall of 2024. All of the college's BAS programs are designed to be convenient for working adults, with classes held in a hybrid online/in-person format that often meets in the evenings and on weekends. 

Supporting changing workforce needs

The college's new Center for AI and Data Science Learning and Innovation was established to serve as an incubator for AI readiness for the Edmonds community. In 2024, Edmonds will celebrate the launch of The Center for Industry Certification to meet the upskilling needs of workers and employers across diverse industries. In Edmonds' flexible learning classes, students choose how to attend and participate in class, whether it be in person or online, synchronously or asynchronously. This approach provides students with ultimate flexibility to pursue their education while working or caring for family. This year, the college piloted 60 flexible learning courses, outfitted six classrooms for HyFlex hybrid teaching delivery and trained 46 faculty.  

Medical assistant program

The medical assistant program is the latest addition under the Allied Health Education umbrella, joining medical lab sciences, patient care services, pharmacy practice, behavioral health, and health care management. The entry-level medical assistant program is designed for working adults and those changing careers. Classes are held in the evening and some are held online. Certificates can be completed in as little as nine months.

Data is from the 2022-23 academic year. Reflects headcount unless otherwise noted.

*Students of color percent based on unduplicated headcount. Students may be counted in more than one race, so race/ethnicity percentages may not total 100%. Percentages calculated on reported value.

Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding.

President

Dr. Amit B. Singh

Trustees

  • David Earling, chair
  • Carl Zapora, vice chair
  • Adrianne Wagner
  • Wally Webster
  • Courtney Wooten
  • Bryanna Artellano (student trustee)

Year Founded

1967

Service Area

Snohomish County

Legislative Districts

1, 21, 32, 38, 44

 

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Last Modified: 1/31/24, 7:36 AM

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