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COVID-19 updates | Summer 2021 Back to School Guide | Tips for learning online | Center for Families and Housing are open!

  • Students wearing masks in class

    Mask up,
    Tritons!

    Face coverings are currently required when on campus and in classrooms.
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    Fall classes
    start Sept. 20.

    Register now
  • computer and books

    All Summer Quarter Classes
    ARE MOSTLY ONLINE.

    With an exception for some lab classes.
  • student studying at home, with a help of a laptop computer

    Summer quarter

    updates and resources

    Everything you need in one place!
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    Stay up to date:
    COVID-19

  • graduates at commencement

    Congratulations,
    class of 2021!

    Watch our 54th annual Commencement
    Ceremony video and livestream.






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Whether you want to earn a technical degree to enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year university—your future starts here. Located on a 50-acre campus in Lynnwood, Wash.,

Edmonds College offers two bachelor of applied science degrees, 63 associate degrees, 60 professional certificates. Guided by innovation, equity, inclusion, and a global perspective, we are committed to academic excellence, student success, and community engagement. Learn more about how Edmonds College can help you achieve a strong foundation for a successful future that begins today.

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10,300+

Average Students per Quarter

1,200+

International Students

4,017

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“Whatever skills I gain, I would like them to be useful in settings where communities have limited resources. My goal is to be a diligent, capable, kind, compassionate, encouraging, and skilled nurse who rises to each occasion and keeps her eyes on the things that matter.” — Kelsey Dunlap, pre-nursing student and member of All-Washington Academic Team

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