Skagit Valley College Offers Online, In-Person Classes

Posted October 19, 2020 at 4:30 am by

By Skag­it Val­ley College

Skag­it Val­ley Col­lege will be open for the win­ter quarter.

SVC is a leader in pro­vid­ing great online cours­es, and we are also offer­ing lim­it­ed hybrid and face-to-face options.

Class­es start Mon­day, Jan. 4, 2021. Reg­is­tra­tion for con­tin­u­ing stu­dents begins Wednes­day, Oct. 21. Reg­is­tra­tion for new stu­dents begins Wednes­day, Nov. 4

To ensure Finan­cial Aid is in place for the start of win­ter q, finan­cial aid appli­ca­tions and all required paper­work must be com­plet­ed by Nov. 1. For more infor­ma­tion about get­ting start­ed, cours­es and pro­grams, finan­cial aid, and the many ser­vices avail­able to you, vis­it

SVC is proud that class­es are taught by our trained, expe­ri­enced online instruc­tors. While most class­es will be offered online, we are also pleased to offer you in-per­son oppor­tu­ni­ties in select sci­ence cours­es and work­force pro­grams. Our Basic Edu­ca­tion for Adults pro­gram will also include lim­it­ed in-per­son class­es. In addi­tion, SVC offers a lot of sup­port ser­vices and resources to help you meet your goals.

Basic Education for Adults,

The Basic Edu­ca­tion for Adults (BEdA) office is con­tin­u­ing to offer ser­vices via remote deliv­ery, as well as some in-per­son sup­port offered by SVC BEdA fac­ul­ty. High School Com­ple­tion, GED Prep, and Eng­lish Lan­guage Acqui­si­tion class­es will start on Jan. 4. It’s not too late to apply.

 Options for appoint­ments are being offered by phone or online Zoom appoint­ment. To sched­ule an appoint­ment to get reg­is­tered, email or call 360–416-7640. Please see for more infor­ma­tion and resources, and please reg­u­lar­ly mon­i­tor your SVC stu­dent email account for updates if you are a cur­rent student.

The Basic Edu­ca­tion for Adults office is com­mit­ted to your suc­cess as we con­tin­ue to adjust our pro­grams and instruc­tion to help you meet your edu­ca­tion­al goals. There are a num­ber of resources avail­able to you, such as lap­top loans, fund­ing, and advis­ing sup­port to help you nav­i­gate these chal­leng­ing times.

Experiencing Unemployment?

Skag­it Val­ley College’s Work­er Retrain­ing pro­gram can pro­vide schol­ar­ships if you wish to gain skills in a high wage, high demand field. Our pro­gram assists stu­dents who receive unem­ploy­ment ben­e­fits, as well as dis­placed home­mak­ers, those dis­charged from mil­i­tary ser­vice, and self-employed and now unemployed.
The Employ­ment Secu­ri­ty Depart­ment of Wash­ing­ton State offers the Train­ing Ben­e­fits pro­gram, which offers addi­tion­al weeks of unem­ploy­ment ben­e­fits so eli­gi­ble claimants can train for careers in high demand fields.

  • The num­ber of weeks you can receive Train­ing Ben­e­fits varies accord­ing to your claim, but it is usu­al­ly 26. These are in addi­tion to the weeks you are eli­gi­ble for, when not in training.
  •  If approved for train­ing ben­e­fits, you do not have to look for work as long as you are enrolled and mak­ing sat­is­fac­to­ry progress in your train­ing program.
  • The Employ­ment Secu­ri­ty Depart­ment of Wash­ing­ton State does not pay for books, tuition or school-relat­ed fees, but SVC’s Work­er Retrain­ing pro­gram does!

For more infor­ma­tion, email Lisa Bar­nett,

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