Students enrolled in in-person on-campus classes are required to attest their vaccination status in ctclink or request an exemption by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 28. Students who have not attested by this time will have on-campus classes removed from their schedules on March 30. Please remember to follow all COVID-19 safety protocols. Masks and social distancing will remain required on campus through March 31.
Effective immediately, only submit the COVID Health and Illness Report when you have a positive test result.
If you test positive, you are required to stay home for five days. When returning to campus after the five days, you must wear a well-fitting mask for days 6-10 after your symptom onset or positive test result.
Anyone who has been exposed to someone with COVID-19 must continue to wear a mask when around others for the full 10 days after exposure.
When visiting the counseling center on campus.
Regardless of the reason why someone chooses to wear a mask or not, please respect each other's choices.
We are required to report cases counts to the Snohomish County Health Department so filing a report when ill is still needed. We will continue to keep you informed of cases on campus.
New variants could arise at any time causing guidelines to change again. Please be flexible as we continue to navigate these challenges and abide by any new guidelines we are required to issue.
We've compiled a list of resources to help you get prepared for the online learning environment.
To be successful, we highly recommend you complete your online studies on a laptop or desktop computer. Appointments are not necessary to pick up student equipment.
You must be enrolled in classes to check out techonology. Enrollment will be verified.
Any updates, information about the virus, frequently asked questions, and links to resources will continue to be updated and available on our COVID-19 resources website. Any questions or concerns should be sent to email@example.com. Please check Canvas and your Triton Mail often for updates from your instructor(s).
The Triton Alert Emergency Notification System is used to notify campus and community members when there is a campus closure or emergency situation that requires evacuation or securing in place. You are automatically enrolled to receive Triton Alerts through your college email address. You may also sign up to receive text messages on your mobile devices and/or additional email notifications to your personal email address.
Get help in person at the Triton Student Resource Hub or apply for emergency aid online. The application allows you to apply for multiple funding opportunities at once. Each opportunity has different eligibility criteria, and we will match you with the funding that meets your needs. Funds are limited, and not all students will receive emergency grants from these programs. If we are unable to assist you with a grant, we will refer you to community resources as available.
Email the Office of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about available resources.
Whether you are pursuing a degree to transfer to a four-year university, training for a new career, or updating your existing skills, we’re here to cheer you on as you define your success at Edmonds College and beyond.
1. Welcome, Tritons!
Ready to take the first step?
We’re ready to help you get started. There is no fee to apply.
2. Start your path.
3. Assess your skills.
Take the remote (virtual) proctor for the ACCUPLACER Next Generation and Edmonds College Math Placement tests. Please note: during remote operations, the Examity fee for proctoring English and math placement tests will be covered by the college.
4. Get registered.
Complete our online New Student Advising (NSA) session. You can also participate over the phone or through email; contact us to schedule a session.
Check out our class schedule in advance to find available classes.
5. Pay tuition.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Most courses at Edmonds College require assessment in math, reading, and writing. Assessment allows us to place you in the right courses in order for you to be successful in the classes you enroll in. Any previous education that you have had can help us determine the best options for you to reach your academic and career goals. For more information, visit Testing and Assessment Services.
F-1 non-immigrant students: Contact the Office of International Programs for advising.
Important: Tuition payment deadline is March 21.
Pay your tuition online or by mail. If you need to pay with cash, schedule an appointment with the cashiers' office: 425.640.1563 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find more options on how to pay for college.
We can help you with payments, payment plans, and questions you may have. Please call us during regular business hours or email us. We can also assist you in person by appointment only during regular business hours.
Spring Term Regular Hours: Apr. 11-June 17
Mon.-Thurs.: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri.: Closed (by appointment only)
CLOSED: May 6, 30; June 20
See our Zoom chat rooms for live chatting (different hours).
Call us: 425.640.1563 | Email us: email@example.com
How to order textbooks online:
If you have any questions or concerns, please call 425.640.1575 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be successful, we highly recommend you complete your online studies on a laptop or desktop computer. We have a limited number of Chromebooks and equipment that we can lend to students, and we will do our best to accommodate as many students as possible.
Questions? Visit itsupport.edmonds.edu for support options.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service and up to $75 per month for households on Tribal lands. You may also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet. Learn more: fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit
Staying home helps to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but for many survivors of domestic violence, staying home may jeopardize their safety. If you or someone you love is a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, we are here to support you. Visit our Violence Prevention web page to learn more about your options.
Parking permits are now required while parking on campus at any time. A current college ID (EdPass) is required to receive a parking permit.
Student parking permits for the 2021-2022 year are pink in color. These are available in the Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness (SSEP) office in Woodway Hall, room 214.
Carpool permits are available in the SSEP Office, you may complete an application in person or print one and bring it with you.
Our Worker Retraining Program, in partnership with the Employment Security Department, can help you upgrade your skills or train for a new job. We provide advising, financial assistance, and other resources.
Contact email@example.com for all VA education benefits questions and veterans' resource needs.
Free WiFi hotspots are available throughout the state. Find one near you through the Washington State location finder.
You may be eligible for a $50-75 discount toward broadband service and a $100 discount
toward the purchase of a computer, laptop, or tablet through the Emergency Broadband Benefit program.
Connect with thousands of resources across the state. Call 2-1-1 or visit or visit wa211.org to find information about employment, financial services, health care, transportation, housing, and more. The 2-1-1 Community Resource Advocate (CRA) is bilingual in English and Spanish and serves as a single point of contact for South Snohomish community members to learn about various college and community resources and assistance via phone and one on one meetings with students and community members. Resources include domestic violence, emergency shelter, clothing, legal aid, support groups, transportation, education, financial stability, health, and more. For information and questions, please contact Leonor Bejarano at firstname.lastname@example.org.