Welcome to Spring Quarter.

Covid-19: TCC’s Safe Start practices. Connect with us via Zoom now. Information for Current Students.

Futures begin here. Start now.

Flexible learning that is affordable, close to home and embraces community.

TCC is ready for you this fall

We understand life is a bit uncertain right now. But you can still acheive your goals. If you are seeking an education that’s close to home, affordable and embraces community, we’d like to suggest TCC for you.

This fall, TCC is offering flexible ways to learn with online, hybrid, and in-person instruction options:

Workforce Funding

Our Workforce programs can connect you to a new career with funding to support your goals. Each workforce education funding program has different criteria and requirements. It’s easy to get started!

For adults who wish to finish high school and earn college credit

 

 

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

You can earn your high school diploma through the High School+ (HS+) program and build your skills to college level or for the GED through our Reading/Writing and MATH classes.

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ESL

Need to work on your spoken or written English before enrolling in college level classes? TCC offers Adult English as a Second Language (AESL) classes.

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For those who wish to earn college credits

We offer more than 40 associate degrees and 30 certificates, in various areas of study, from business to health care to science and humanities to help you:

Now is the best time to get started at TCC:

  • We cost about 1/3 less than the average state university tuition.
  • College tuition is free for eligible students with the Washington College Grant.
  • We are offering flexible course options – perfect for helping you balance school, work and family life.
  • If you don't have a high school diploma, but if you are at college-level, consider Ability to Benefit funding. Read more here. 

Got your Associate’s and want to earn your Bachelor’s degree?

TCC offers four online Bachelor of Applied Science degrees designed for the working professional:

  • Applied Management
  • Community Health
  • Health Information Management
  • IT Networking Information Systems & Technology

You learn more, you earn more*

 

$520 Those who do not have a high school diploma earned an average of $520 per week
$556 Those who have a high degree degree earned 7 percent or $36.40 more a week than those who did not have a high school diploma
$567 Those who have an Associate's degree earned 9 percent or $46.80 more a week than those who have a high school diploma
CAREER CENTER

 

Outreach and Recruitment Services

Contact us. We are here to help!

We are here to help you navigate through the admissions process remotely. We are available Monday-Thursday from 8am - 5pm.

 

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Our Doors Are Open to You