Western's presence in Snohomish County dates back to 1986 with the first programs offered by Woodring College of Education.
Today, with undergraduate and graduate programs from several colleges, Western students make up over half of those enrolled at Everett University Center.
Western Washington University students in Everett can live on campus through a partnership with Everett Community College. Two residence halls are available and applications for the buildings are accepted year-round. Visit EvCC's housing site for more information.
Discover the variety of degree programs that Western offers in Everett, centered around career paths in human services, business, education, the environment and more. Convenient online courses are available through WesternOnline.
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Degree Programs, Certificates and Endorsements in Everett
- Education, B.A.E. with Dual Endorsements in Elementary and Special Education
- Environmental Studies, B.A.
- Environmental Studies - Geographic Information Science Emphasis, B.A.
- Environmental Studies - Environmental Policy Emphasis, B.A.
- Environmental Science, B.S.
- Human Services, B.A.
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Western is a military friendly university offering veteran tuition assistance waivers, credit for military training, and priority registration. Learn more about these services provided through Western’s Veteran Services office.
Western has a rich assortment of educational and enrichment opportunities for all ages to engage, learn and connect. WeLearn, a curated site of Western resources, was built with that goal in mind. We invite you to discover all that Western has to offer, including upskilling and career changing options, youth programming, networking, digital resources through Western Libraries and much more!