Frequently Asked Questions
What types of programs does Washington State have?
Washington State offers over 60 associate degree and certification programs of study. We offer transfer programs for students who want to start at Washington State and continue their education at a 4-year college or university, associate degree programs for students who wish to receive a 2-year degree and venture into the world of work, and certificate of completion programs that enhance a student’s skill set.
Our broad range of programs includes the academic areas of :
- Business Technologies
- Engineering and Industrial Technologies
- Health Sciences
- Public Services
I’m not sure what I would like to study. Are there any tools to help me?
At Washington State Community College, we want to help you on your path to an exciting career! If you are not sure where to begin, or you are undecided about a major, consider taking a skills assessment which can match your abilities with a good career choice.
Operated by the Ohio Board of Regents, Ohio Means Success is a new website designed to help students prepare for college and explore different careers. Users can take skills assessments to find careers to match their personality, research degree options, and learn about internships and co-ops. Find out which industries are in demand in Ohio.
If you're having a hard time choosing a major at Washington State Community College, consider using the Ohio Means Success tools to help you decide. In addition, you should gather information about different majors and career opportunities, talk with industry professionals, and carefully evaluate your options.
Can I take college classes while in high school?
Currently, Washington State offers two options for high school students who wish to get college credit while in high school. These options include the Early Enrollment Program (EEP) and Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO).