- Course Proposal
- Online Registration for Courses and Excursions (Will be available mid-August)
- Paper Registration for Courses and Excursions (Will be available mid-August)
Step-by-Step Online Registration Process
Printable version of A.L.L. catalog
Course & Excusion Information
Bellingham Cruise Terminal, 355 Harris Avenue, Fairhaven. (360) 676-2500
WTA Route 401 provides service to Amtrak/Greyhound Terminal, a short walk to the Cruise Terminal. Special parking instructions: A.L.L. course participants can park in the ferry loading lanes, because courses are not offered on “ferry days.” Enter through the main regular entrance and make a sharp right; park across the painted lines. Please leave space for those around you to enter or leave. Parking is free only in this area.
First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall; located on the west side of the street between Logan St. and Morris St. (large yellowish cream colored church).
Garden Street United Methodist, Rooms A or B, 1326 North Garden, (between E. Magnolia and E. Holly). (360) 733-7440.
Whatcom Community College Foundation Building, Room 105, Calluna Court (across the
street from the Cordata Bus Station on Cordata Parkway).
The Willows, Media Center, 3115 Squalicum Pkwy (east of St. Joseph’s Hospital).
(360) 671-7077. Special Parking Instructions: In an effort to better accommodate A.L.L.ers, The Willows is offering courtesy parking instead of shuttle service. This means that A.L.L.ers can drive to the front door and their car will be parked for them, like a valet. After class, your vehicle will be retrieved for you. Please, no tipping, this is a free service.
DO NOT park in the Willows parking lot. WTA service also available; routes 3 and 4 stop directly in front of t
WWU Wilson Library, Presentation Room, 516 High Street (see number 20 on WWU campus map)
Southwest corner of the building on the ground floor. Enter the building off High Street, directly across the street from the PAC Plaza. Nearest parking lot is on Garden Street below the Viking Union Building. WTA transportation is available on routes 190, 90A&B, 196/197 and 80X to and from Lincoln Creek Transportation Center (LCTC) every 15 minutes on weekdays when WWU is in session, every 30 minutes year-round. LCTC is located on Lincoln St., east of I-5, just north of exit 252.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no bus service from the LCTC to campus on Saturdays. On Saturdays parking is free in the student gravel parking lots (C-lots) directly south of campus (the walk up through campus is less than 10 minutes). Parking lots 11G and 14G are quite near the LPR. Parking is $2/hour using cash, coin, or credit card. Often street-side parking within a block or two of the LPR is available on weekends. Contact the course producer if you have any questions about parking