Schedules and Catalogs
43% of Fall 2021 classes will be taught on campus, in person!
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Searchable Quarterly Class Schedule
Summer and Fall Class Schedules Available now!
Students should use the Searchable Quarterly Class Schedule to see up to date class offerings (please select Cascadia College when using for the first time).
Please use this FAQ about choosing courses, section coding, knowing the types of classes, and class notes to help determine the modality of a class that is offered in the schedule and how the class content will be delivered.
For more information about class section modalities (in-person or online, asynchronous or synchronous), check the Class Notes by clicking on the right arrow of the class in the Class Schedule.
- Learning occurs independently online, on student’s own time with professor-designed content and lessons
- No specific days and times are scheduled for student participation
- These classes have no live class instruction
- All course content is available is online
- Students are responsible for completing all required coursework on their own time
- Students are still required to adhere to posted assignment deadlines and due dates
- Learning happens in real time with the class, using a live conferencing tool such as Zoom
- Students are required to log in on specific days/times as listed in the class schedule
- These classes will have real-time, live instruction when students are required to log in at specific days and times to receive real-time course content or to interact with the instructor and/or other students
- Students are required to meet virtually with regular days and times as listed on the class schedule
What it Means…
Standard class section, usually face-to-face on campus, but during Covid restrictions these classes are fully online. When Covid restrictions are lifted, these classes will come back to campus.
*These can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see class notes.
Fully online class sections that would have been online even without Covid restrictions.
*Online classes can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see below for those definitions.
Hybrid classes with H in the section code have some required time ON CAMPUS even during Covid restrictions.
*Hybrid classes can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see class notes.
Lab component of a course - Labs are always linked to a lecture component and students are automatically enrolled in both components.
*Labs can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see class notes.
Performance component of a course - Performance components are always linked to a lecture component and students are automatically enrolled in both components.
*Performance components can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see class notes.
Learning Community combining two courses together for a total of 10.0 credits. Students are required to select and register in both classes at the same time.
*Learning Communities can be synchronous or asynchronous- see class notes.
Integrated Learning sections meet the IL requirement on the AIS degree. Sometimes linked to another class, and sometimes stand-alone.
*Integrated Learning can be Synchronous or Asynchronous- see class notes.
Quarterly Class Schedule Available Online
Continuing Priority Student (DSS, Worker Retraining and Veterans) Registration Begins
Continuing Students with 60+ Credits Registration Begins
Continuing Students with 30-59 Credits Registration Begins
Continuing Students with 0-29 Credits Registration Begins
All New Student Registration Begins
New Running Start Application Deadline (by 2:00pm; includes admissions, qualifying scores, and contract)
Underage Admissions Deadline (by 12:00 noon)
Adult High School Completion Application Deadline (by 12 noon)
First Day of Spring Quarter
Space Available Registration Begins (Senior Citizen and State Employee: Tuition Waivers Registration requires instructor’s signature and completed tuition waiver forms)
Online Registration Closes
March 31 - April 9
Late Registration (instructor’s permission required)
100% Refund Deadline (for continuous enrollment classes, students will receive a 100% refund if they drop the class within 2 business days of enrolling)
Last Day to ADD Classes (instructor’s permission required)
Last Day to DROP Classes
Last Day to Change to/from Audit Status (without instructor’s permission)
April 10 - May 10
Online Withdrawal Dates
50% Refund Deadline (for continuous enrollment classes, students will receive a 50% refund if they drop the class within 4 business days of enrolling)
Non-Instructional Day (no classes / offices closed)
Last Day to Change to/from Audit Status (instructor’s permission required)
Last Day to WITHDRAW
Non-Instructional Day (no classes / offices closed)
Holiday – Memorial Day (college closed)
Last Day of Spring Quarter
Grades Available Online
2021-2022 Enrollment Calendar
Dates for Summer 2021, Fall 2021, Winter 2022, and Spring 2022 are available on the enrollment calendar page.
Fall 2021 Learning Communities
Learning Communities pair two courses that are team-taught by two instructors. Students are automatically enrolled in both courses. Instruction, coursework, and assignments develop disciplinary skills and interconnections between the disciplines. Watch a video about Learning Communities to learn more.
Catherine Yu and Lindsay Custer
Sec LC1 Synchronous Online, Thursdays 11:00 am - 1:05 pm 10 credits
EDP, SS – In this 10 credit Learning Community combining COLL 101 and SOC 150, students will be introduced to Cascadia’s collaborative and integrated learning model as they practice academic skills that enable them to take ownership of their pathway to academic success. Simultaneously, students will engage in an analysis of social inequalities prominent in the U.S., such as race, class, and gender. They will participate in learning activities designed to foster active learning, engaged citizenship, and integration of new knowledge about social inequalities, empowering students to make a difference in their own communities. Prerequisite(s): Completion of ENGL 95 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or placement into ENGL&101.
Students must add both Class Numbers 2536 and 2811 to their shopping cart and enroll in both classes together.
Class Nbr 2536 - COLL 101 - College Strategies
Class Nbr 2811 - SOC 150 - Social Inequality
Composing the Past: Reading and Writing 20th Century US History
Robyn Ferret and Gene Taylor
Sec LC2 Synchronous Online, Wednesdays 1:15 pm - 3:20 pm 10 credits
EDP, GS, H, SS – In this 10.0 credit Learning Community combining ENGL 101 and HIST 148, students will read and write texts which examine our connection to the recent recorded past. They will be introduced to major themes and issues from 20th Century United States history, and will interrogate a variety of artifacts in terms of the rhetorical conditions and historical contexts which produced them. Students will develop both communication strategies and historical thinking skills as they consider the purpose, audience, authorship, and distribution of various, often contradictory, sources; and they will use reading and writing processes to inspire and expose an understanding of our complex national story. Prerequisite(s): Completion of ENGL 95 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or placement into ENGL&101.
Students must add both Class Numbers 2476 and 2567 to their shopping cart and enroll in both classes together.
Class Nbr 2476 - ENG& 101 - Composition I
Class Nbr 2567 - HIST& 148 - United States History III
Fall 2021 New Classes
Representations of the Body in Literature (Literary Genres & Traditions)
Jessica Ketcham, PhD
IL, EDP, HUM – In this special topics course, students will explore representations of the body in short stories, poetry, literary nonfiction, medical narratives, monologues, and a graphic novel. Using disability studies, gender studies, and critical race theory as theoretical frames, students will practice in-depth analysis of texts and will consider the implications of the representations of diverse bodies on the reading audience, including medical providers, policymakers, and content creators in advertising, social media, television, and film.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of ENGL&101 or ENGL&111 with a 2.0 or higher.
Annual Planning Guide
The Annual Course Planning Guide show Cascadia’s tentative plan for 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. Students should use the Searchable Quarterly Class Schedule to see up to date class offerings.
For information about our non-credit classes, please see Continuing Education.