* $500 Tuition Reduction
During the academic year of 2020-2021, each new student (Intensive ESL, High School, and College) taking 12 or more High School or College credits, or 4 Intensive English as a Second Language (IESL) classes, will receive a $500 tuition reduction for a maximum of 2 quarters for the 2020-2021 Academic Year (Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring). For example, if a student starts in Winter Quarter 2021, they will receive a tuition reduction of $500 each quarter for two quarters (total of $1,000). However, if a student starts in Spring Quarter 2021, they will receive a tuition reduction for one quarter only (total of $500).
Edmonds College is 25 minutes north of downtown Seattle and 45 minutes north of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Located in the Pacific Northwest region of the U.S., Edmonds is approximately 1.5 hours south of Vancouver, Canada, and minutes away from parks and beaches on the Puget Sound.
The Edmonds campus is in Lynnwood, Washington — a safe, quiet suburb of Seattle that offers hiking trails, an aquatic center, a golf course, extensive shopping, and a great mix of dining options. Nearby Edmonds is a quiet town on the shore of Puget Sound, a major inlet of the Pacific Ocean. It offers a wide range of boutique restaurants, shopping, art galleries, and a ferry terminal for travel to the Olympic National Park.
Nearby Seattle is a hub for business and culture and is home to Starbucks Coffee Company and Amazon.com, Inc. and to professional sports such as the Seattle Mariners, Seattle Sounders FC, and the Seattle Seahawks. Microsoft Corporation’s headquarters and the Boeing Company are also close by. Seattle is known for its exceptional art, music, and culinary scenes, offering several museums, contemporary and classical music venues, and award-winning restaurants.
With 50-acres of beautiful facilities and outdoor spaces, Edmonds College features:
- 28 computer labs
- Nine science labs
- Art gallery
- Childcare center
- Digital recording studio
- Digital forensics clean room
- Dormitories and residence halls on campus
- Food and dining: cafeteria, espresso bars, and student-run restaurant
- Counseling and Wellness Center
- Multi-athletic complex: gym, outdoor field, and sport courts
- Satellite campus for Central Washington University
- Triton Student Center: study space, bookstore, game room, and meeting space
- Tutoring at the Learning Support Center
- Performance theatre
- Public bus transit center
Transfer to Top Universities
Edmonds College can prepare you to transfer to a four-year university in any major. Earn the first two years of your bachelor’s degree and then transfer to a university anywhere in the U.S. to complete the last two years.
- 2 years at Edmonds + 2 years at a university = Bachelor’s degree!
- Affordable tuition and smaller class sizes
- Receive a university admission letter with your Edmonds College admission letter
Edmonds offers outstanding academic preparation for international students to transfer to universities such as:
- California State University (Los Angeles, Northridge, San Diego, etc.)
- Cornell University
- Indiana University
- Purdue University
- University of California (Berkeley, Los Angeles, etc.)
- University of Illinois (Chicago, Springfield, and Urbana-Champaign)
- University of Michigan
- University of Minnesota
- University of Washington
The Edmonds College Foundation grants more than 100 scholarships to new and current international students each year.
Improve your English
Our Intensive English as a Second Language (IESL) program prepares students for high school, college, university studies, or personal development.
- Highly qualified and experienced instructors
- Average class size: 15
- Five levels: beginning to advanced