Everett

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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Contact Us

Everett University Center - Directions
915 N. Broadway
Everett, WA 98201
(425) 405-1630

Email
oce.everett@wwu.edu

Western is a military friendly university offering special tuition rates for active duty personnel, veteran tuition assistance waivers, credit for military training, and priority registration. Learn more about these services provided through Western’s Veteran Services office.


Degree Programs, Certificates and Endorsements in Everett

Education, B.A. with Dual Endorsements in Elementary and Special Education
Earn a Bachelor’s in Education for Inclusive Environments major, a Residency Teacher certificate with dual endorsements in Elementary and Special Education or a Post-Baccalaureate Residency Teacher Certificate. Each track allows students to support the educational growth of a diverse student population in today’s classroom. 

Superintendent Certificate
Designed for aspiring superintendents and other school district leaders, such as assistant superintendents, executive directors and programs managers. Candidates earn the Washington State initial superintendent certificate.

Environmental Policy, B.A.
The Bachelor’s program prepares student to enter professional fields concerned with the sustainability of the human and natural environment. This track provides an in-depth study of public policy development, environmental law and methods and processes of policy decision making.

Environmental Science, B.S.
As part of the nationally acclaimed Huxley College of the Environment, this program allows students to acquire scientific and problem solving skills needed to conserve and restore the natural environment. This track draws on knowledge of the physical, chemical, biological and quantitative aspects of natural systems.

Human Services, B.A.
For those looking to develop a career as case managers, advocates, fundraisers, trainers, grant writers, youth workers, volunteer coordinators, para-educators, and advocacy specialists for victims of child abuse, domestic violence, homelessness, or other social issues. This program provides a foundation to help make a difference with a driving commitment to equity, social justice and opportunities for all.

Master in Teaching, M.I.T.
Candidates interested in teaching high school students can earn a masters degree in teaching with an affordable, night-time program in Everett.  

Rehabilitation Counseling, M.A.
Candidates gain experience for a career or enhance skills as qualified rehabilitation counselors. Flexible evenings and online classes allow students to work full-time while pursuing their degree. Career paths allow students to help persons with physical, mental, developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities to achieve their personal, career, and independent living goals.

Weekend MBA Program
Pursue an MBA while working full-time. Western's Weekend Master in Business Administration program in Everett is designed to serve the needs of working professionals from Seattle through the North Puget Sound Region.