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STEPS TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO EDMONDS

We’re glad you’re interested in becoming a student at Edmonds College! Depending on which program you choose, and whether you are an international student, the steps to apply may be different. Select an option below to view the application steps.

If you have any questions or need help deciding, talk with an Edmonds advisor.

OPTION 1 Take Courses to Earn a College Degree or Certificate / Transfer to a University

If you’re working toward a degree or certificate, intend to register for six or more credits, or have applied for financial aid, you must complete the admission process. As a fully admitted student, you will be eligible for priority registration as either a full-time or part-time student and be considered for federal financial aid, if you apply. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. For all programs, the college reserves the right to give higher priority to district residents.

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OPTION 2High School or Home School Student Taking Dual Enrollment Courses for Credit

Students currently enrolled in local high schools, as well as home school students, can take classes at Edmonds through various partnership programs such as Running Start and College in the High School to complete required high school coursework while also earning college credit.

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OPTION 3Complete Your High School Diploma / Earn a GED

Our Pre-College Program offers multiple options for students 16 and older looking to complete their high school diploma in an environment and structure that works for their needs and schedule.

We also provide programs for adult students wishing to earn their GED®. GED® is a great option for students who didn’t finish high school but may have the knowledge and skills comparable to a high school graduate. Preparation classes are offered to build your skills and test with confidence.

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OPTION 4 Take Classes for Skills-Based Training / Professional Development / Personal Growth

If you're not primarily looking for course credit, a degree, or a diploma, we have a variety of learning opportunities for you. Class offerings include high-impact manufacturing training, language and writing, recreation and dance, computers and technology, fitness and health, music and art, and more. With about 200 passionate instructors, Edmonds serves the communities of Lynnwood, Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond and surrounding areas.

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