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Spring Quarter Transfer Events
This is a great chance to meet with representatives from several universities from the State of Washington and a few from elsewhere in the country. Come and talk to and ask questions of admissions representatives from schools in which you are interested, as well as perhaps you have not yet considered.
Join us for the Spring Quarter (Northwest STEP) Transfer Fair on Tuesday, April 24th from 10am-1pm on the CC1/CC2 1st & 2nd Floor Vistas.
Health & Wellness Pathway Workshop
This workshop is intended to introduce students to careers in allied health fields including medical imaging, dental hygiene and other programs.
Sign up is required and limited to 38 students.
WSU College of Medicine Information Session
WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Information Session
Lynn Howard, Director of Medical Student Recruitment at WSU College of Medicine will
be at Cascadia College to speak with students about the College of Medicine and admission
Sign up is required.
Transfer 101 Workshop
Learn the basics for transferring to a 4-year school including major and transfer school selection, application deadlines and transfer resources. All transfer students are encouraged to attend, regardless of where they are in the transfer process.
Transfer 101 Spring Workshop: Thursday, May 17th from 11am-12pm in CC1-021 - CLOSED (Session Full)
Sign-up required and is limited to 25 students. CLOSED (Session Full)
Environment and Sustainability Pathway Workshop
This workshop is intended to help students interested in working with the areas of environmental studies, sciences, and sustainability.
Sign up is required.
K-12 Education Pathway Workshop
This workshop is intended for students interested in careers as elementary, middle, and high school teachers.
Sign up is required.
Get help finding a job or choosing a career. We offer free and low-cost career services to Cascadia students and the local community, including career events and help with resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and career assessment. Come to the Career and Transfer Center on campus for individual assistance.
Write a resume that makes you stand out. See sample resumes, get resume writing tips, and have a career advisor review your resume.
Communicate your unique abilities with a targeted cover letter. We offer cover letter critiques, sample letters, and additional writing resources.
Make an action plan for finding a job. We can help you plan a successful job search.
Polish your interviewing skills. Learn how to prepare and practice your skills in a mock interview.
Find more help on the internet. Try these sites for more information and tools on careers, new job trends, and employment.
Identify occupations that match your interests, values, or personality type. Try taking an assessment to gain more information about yourself and what careers match your interests.
All CASCADIA materials may be requested in alternate formats by contacting the Human Resources office CC2-280 or 425-352-8880.
Planning to transfer to a 4-year college?
Advisors at the Career and Transfer Center can help you with all aspects of college transfer.
Research colleges, majors, and careers: We'll help you research 4-year colleges that offer majors in your area of interest. Our transfer center library includes a collection of college brochures from around Washington state. We can also assist you with information relating to prospects in specific fields.
Applications and personal statements: We can answer questions about college transfer applications and help you with your college application as well as personal statements. Review our personal statement handout for more information.
World Language Requirement Guide: Use this guide to plan for your world language requirement.
Transfer fairs: We'll direct you to transfer fairs (including some here on campus) where you can meet admissions advisors from around Washington state.
For help, contact the Career and Transfer Center or call 425-352-8860 to schedule an appointment with a career advisor.
Priority Deadlines for Colleges and Universities
Colleges with priority deadlines will give full consideration to all applications received and completed by that date. Applications received or completed after the priority deadline may be reviewed on a space-available basis.
When applying for admission to a 4-year college or university, it is important to be aware of the deadlines for submission of materials as well. Contact your Cascadia academic advisor or the admissions advisor at the school of your choice for assistance.
Being admitted into your choice university does not guarantee admittance into your major. Many departments require separate applications and different deadlines. Make sure to contact the department in which you want to be accepted.
Deadlines often vary depending on the program or school that you are applying to. While many of those deadlines are firm, some schools may have rolling admissions. Schools that use rolling admissions accept applications until they have filled all the spots.
If you plan to apply for financial aid, apply in early January for best results despite your school's financial aid deadline.
| College or University
* PD = Priority Deadline * RA = Rolling Admissions * RD Regular Admissions *
|Central Washington University||April 1||November 1||February 1|
|Central Washington University - Centers||April 1||November 1||February 1|
RA except education programs
|RA except education programs||RA except education programs|
|Cornish College of the Arts||RA, PD February 1||semesters||semesters, limited spring semester starts|
|Eastern Washington University||PD February 15||PD October 15||PD February 15|
|The Evergreen State College||PD February 1||PD October 1||PD December 1|
|Gonzaga University||June 1||N/A||November 15|
RA, PD November 15 and January 15
RD July 15
|Pacific Lutheran University||
RA, Fin Aid PD February 1
|semester||RA, Fin Aid PD November 15|
|Saint Martin's University||RA July 15||semester||RA December 1|
|Seattle Pacific University||
PD April 1
RD July 1
|November 15||February 15|
PD March 1
RD August 15
|University of Puget Sound||PD March 1||semester||PD November 1|
|University of Washington||February 15||September 1||
Not open for general admission.
December 15 for only some Engineering and Computer Science Majors.
|University of Washington Bothell||Priority dates vary by program. Applications are accepted on a space available basis after the priority application dates.|
|University of Washington Tacoma||March 15||October 15||February 15|
|Washington State University||PD January 31||semester||PD November 15|
|Western Washington University||March 1||
(was Oct. 1)
January 1(was Jan. 15)
|Whitman College||March 1||N/A||November 15|
|Whitworth College||N/A||November 1||N/A|
* Priority admission deadline: Applications received after this date may be considered on a space available basis. Please check with schools.
Transfer Student Admissions
Use the below links to view Transfer Student Admissions Information for colleges and universities.
- Memorandum of Understanding/ Agreement - agreement until 7/2017, reviewed annually
- Articulation Agreement - agreement subject to annual review
- Articulation Agreement for Edmonds CC ATA-Landscape & Restoration Horticulture to Cascadia's BASSP degree- agreement until 2/2022
- Memorandum of Understanding- agreement until 11/2018
- Cascadia in the High School (CIHS) - Interagency Agreement - period of performance ends June 30, 2018
- Articulation Agreement for LWIT AAST - Architectural Technology to Cascadia's BASSP degree- agreement review 2/2022
- Articulation Agreement for LWIT AAST - Enviromental Horticulture to Cascadia's BASSP degree- agreement review 2/2022
- Articulation Agreement for Lane CC AAS - Water Conservation Technician, Energy Management Technician, Building Controls Technician, or Sustainability Coordinator to Cascadia's BASSP degree- agreement review 2/2023
- Articulation Agreement- agreement review 9/2017, 6 year intervals
- College in the High School - Interlocal Agreement
- College in the High School - Memorandum of Understanding - agreement until 2017, reviewed annually
- Articulation Agreement for Cascadia's BASSP Students to Presidio Graduate School- agreement review 2/2022
- Articulation Agreement - agreement effective until 5/2021
- Transfer Agreement - agreement effective until ended by Cascadia College or University of Phoenix
- Articulation Agreement - agreement effective until ended by Cascadia College or University of Washington Bothell
- Memorandum of Understanding - one-year pilot program, reviewed at the end of the 2015-16 academic year
- Reverse Articulation for Associate Degree Completion Pilot for Washington State University & State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
- Transfer Agreement - agreement effective until ended by Washington State Community and Technical Colleges or Washington Governors University
An internship benefits everyone:
Employers get highly motivated interns with current skills.Students gain work experience in a field they may choose for a future career. Students will meet and work with people who can suggest future directions and make referrals.
Look for an internship that's a good fit for you and your career path. An internship is more than a summer job — it provides training and experience related to a career.
Internships for Academic Credit
At Cascadia, some programs require internships for academic credit. Other programs offer elective credit for internships. For details, see Internship Programs and Requirements.
An internship for credit can be paid or unpaid, can begin at any time, and can vary in length. Students can earn up to 5 quarter credits for an internship.