Enroll in Skagit Valley College Summer and Fall Classes
Posted June 13, 2021 at 4:30 am by Hayley Day
Unemployment Could Cover Worker Retraining
From Skagit Valley College
Did you know you can register now for summer and fall quarters at Skagit Valley College?
Summer classes begin July 6 and fall classes begin Sept. 21, offering online, hybrid and in-person options.
Earn a bachelor of applied science in environmental conservation, and applied bachelor in applied management with tracks in general management and health care management.
Start your college transfer degree and save money on tuition, compared to a four-year college. Highly trained faculty with advanced degrees, many with PhDs who are both experts in their fields and dedicated to teaching students rather than research. There are small class sizes and individual attention and no teaching assistants.
Our job training programs are designed to keep your degree on track.
Continue receiving unemployment benefits while you’re attending SVC. Worker retraining covers tuition, books, and school-related fees.
High School juniors and Seniors can earn tuition-free college credit at SVC while you’re in high school. Support for online learning technology is available.
If you’ve been attending a four-year university, but taking a break, Skagit welcomes you to take a few classes and then have them transferred.
Basic Education for Adults
We are committed to your success with programs for high school completion, GED prep, and English language acquisition. There are laptop loans, funding and advising support.
Complete the Degree You Started
Finish the degree you started; we’re ready to help. There are small class sizes and individual attention and no teaching assistants.
Need Help Paying for College?
Laptop, Hotspot and Webcam Loans
Continuing and Community Education
Explore a new passion, stay current with technology and have some fun with our noncredit classes.
For more information about getting started, courses and programs, financial aid, and the many support services that are available to you visit www.skagit.edu/summerfall. Chat with us at www.skagit.edu/uchat
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