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Whatcom Community College 懷特崁社區大學 (華盛頓州 WA)


Whatcom Community College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, with programs of study that are approved by the
Washington State Board for community and Technical Colleges.

Whatcom’s most popular course of study is the university transfer program, which prepares students to transfer to university across the U.S. The Associate in Arts and Science degree is designed for students who plan to transfer to four year university to complete their bachelor’s degree. With the assistance of International Program staff, many Whatcom graduates transfer each year to universities in Washington State and throughout the U.S.


The Basics
Setting located in the northwest corner of Washington State
School Type State-supported, Coed
Tuition US$9,000
Housing Homestay
Transfer Records University of Washington
Current Weather
School Website
General Information
State Washington (WA)
Location Bellingham
Nearest City Seattle
Environment Small-town
Campus Size 52-acre
Year Founded 1967
Academic Calendar Spring / Fall / Winter
Level Offered Transfer Program
Enrollment Approximately 7,000students
International Approximately 200 students
Student-to-Teacher 22:1

Students Transfer Records (for CC)
Washington: Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, University of Washington, Washington State University, Western Washington University
California: University of California, Los Angeles, University of California, San Diego
Other States: Indiana University, Pacific Lutheran University, University of British Columbia, University of Idaho, University of Colorado, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, University of Michigan, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Wisconsin

Academic Programs:
University Transfer Degree - highly successful transfer program to 4-year universities
Associate in Arts and Science Degree (AAS) - 2-year, non-transfer associate degree

Whatcom's transfer degree ensures our students receive the liberal arts and sciences education that employers and universities feel are necessary in our rapidly changing world.


Athletic facilities, bookstore, career center, child care, computing resources, dining services, information center, online math center etc.


Students Life:
Student Government, Activities Programming Committee, Horizon Student Newspaper, Student Clubs


Students Reviews:

Other Information:
Whatcom Community College's Programs
The Associate of Arts & Sciences degree is designed primarily for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university with junior status.

Associate of Science degree is an efficient, pre-designed educational path for students who wish to complete a baccalaureate program in several science fields. The degree will allow WCC students to enter participating universities with 90 credits, junior standing, and the majority of prerequisites complete.
About Whatcom Community College
Whatcom Community College is a comprehensive two-year college serving over 7,000 students. Set on a 63-acre campus, considered by many to be the most picturesque in the state, Whatcom offers transfer degrees and professional training programs , as well as basic education and community education classes.

Whatcom at a Glance

•7,104 Headcount, 3,528 Full Time Enrollment (FTE's)
•675 Graduates in 07-08
    (611 associate degrees, 24 certificates; 40 high school completion)
•1:22 Student-Faculty Ratio