Edmonds Community College

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Edmonds Community College (ECC) is a 50-acre campus in Lynnwood, Washington, 20 miles north of Seattle, in the commercial area of Seattle in the USA. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities has given ECC its official accreditation.

General introduction

Edmonds Community College was founded in 1967 in the city of Lynnwood. The institution has a secure campus with easy access to public transportation, and students studying here have many job opportunities in Seattle, which is only a short distance away.

Strengths and achievements

For the greatest educational programs for students, it is among the top 20 colleges in the United States, the top 65 institutions in the United States, and the top 41 colleges in Washington state.

Edmonds provides students with the opportunity to work on campus for 20 hours a week. Students can also find jobs at the school's two-yearly job fairs, which include leading companies and corporations from Seattle and other states.

The tuition at Edmonds Community College is half that of a university. Our two-year transfer degrees may be regarded as the first two-year degrees offered by four-year universities around the country.



The school provides modern facilities, dorms, and a family-sponsored program for students, as well as airport transportation for students. Students who come to ECC will not have to worry about finding a place to stay. Rainier Place, a recently constructed dormitory in a highly safe and spacious boarding location with a 3-5 minute walk from classrooms, provides the finest circumstances for students to study at school.

Programs and Courses

- ESL Intensive English Course: For students who wish to enhance their English skills while preparing for high school and college courses.

- Dual Degree Program High School - College: A program in which students complete high school while also earning college credits. Edmond School offers a dual program for students aged 16 and above.

- Program 2 + 2 (university transfer): Students can transfer to famous partner schools in the United States after finishing two years at Edmonds.

- The school's training majors are Tourism and Hospitality; Architecture; Social Science; Media; Medicine; Education and Training; Applied Science and Basic Science; Information Technology; Law; Business and Management; Agriculture; Veterinary Medicine, and so on.


Cost of study

Tuition: 9,345 USD

Accommodation: 7,349 USD

Books: 1,200 USD

Insurance: 932 USD

Total cost: 18,826 USD


Entry Requirements

With an IELTS score of 5.0 (no band below 5.0) or a TOEFL iBT score of 54, you can directly enter a college program.



Multiple awards are available for each of the three types of scholarships, offered in the form of tuition waivers:

New College or High School Student Scholarship ($1,000)

Undergraduate or High School Commendation Scholarship ($300)

Website: https://www.edmonds.edu/ 

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