schedules

SCHEDULES, CATALOGS AND DATES


ON THIS PAGE:

Searchable Quarterly Class Schedule

Spring 2014 Quarter Information, Calendar and Important Dates

Annual Planning Dates

College Catalog

Common Course Numbering


Searchable Quarterly Class Schedule 

Spring 2014 class schedule
Summer 2014 class schedule
Fall 2014 class schedule

Classes can be searched in the online searchable quarterly class schedule. Click the link above to search the quarterly schedule. Database includes all academic credit classes, adult basic education (ABE), and English as a second language (ESL).


Spring 2014 Quarter

Spring 2014 Quarterly Registration and General Information
Spring 2014 Learning Communities Information

Spring Quarter 2014 Calendar

Important Dates

spring calendar

For more dates, see Spring Quarter Registration Calendar

Mar. 5
Spring Quarter Tuition Due
Mar. 31
First Day of Spring Quarter
Apr. 4
100% Refund Deadline
Apr. 11 Last Day to ADD/DROP Classes
Apr. 21 50% Refund Deadline
May 1 No Classes/Offices Closed
May 7
Registration Begins for Summer, Pre-Fall and Fall Quarters
May 12 Last Day to WITHDRAW
May 26 Holiday, Memorial Day College Closed
Jun. 4
Summer Quarter Tuition Due
Jun. 13 Last Day of Spring Quarter
Jun. 19 Grades Available Online

Annual Planning and Dates

Annual Student Calendar

For important dates during the academic year, please refer to:
2013-14 Student Calendar
2014-15 Student Calendar

Annual Planning Guide

The planning guides show classes and the quarters in which they are offered.  It is intended for planning purposes only, and should not be considered a guarantee of class offerings. Actual quarterly sections may be changed, added, or removed.

2013-14 and 2014-15 Annual Planning Guide


College Catalog

College Catalog 2013-14


Archived Schedules and Catalogs

Winter 2014 Quarterly Registration and General Information

Fall 2013 Quarterly Registration and General Information

Summer 2013 Quarterly Registration and General Information

College Catalog 2012-13 

Archived College Catalogs 2007-08 to last year


Common Course Numbering

To avoid registering for a course you have already taken, check the master list of course numbers.

Many course numbers changed in the summer  of 2008, in order to align with Washington state's community college common course numbering system. The system makes it as easy as possible for you to transfer courses among Washington state's community and technical colleges.


 Continuing Education

For information about our non-credit classes, please see Continuing Education.