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WWU in Everett

Serving Snohomish County Students for Nearly 40 Years

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.

Discover the variety of degree programs that Western offers in Everett, centered around career paths in business, education, the environment, and more.

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Learn more about enrolling at Western Washington in Everett by exploring our programs and academic offerings below.

Degree Programs, Certificates and Endorsements in Everett

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About WWU's Programs in Everett

The undergraduate degree programs offered in Everett are 2+2 programs. With a 2+2 program, you will attend a community college for two years, then transfer to WWU for the final two years of the bachelor's degree program. 

Western Washington University welcomes transfer students from all types of colleges and universities. You are a transfer student if you attempted college credit after graduating from high school or after earning your GED.

WWU also offers several graduate-level degrees and certificates in Everett, including an MBA program and both master's and doctoral degrees in Educational Leadership.

Not finding the program you're looking for? Explore all of Western's degree options!

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For comprehensive information and guidance on degree programs in Everett, our Program Counselor is your go-to resource. Whether you're curious about specific program details, admission procedures, or career pathways, our counselor is well-equipped to address your queries and provide tailored assistance.

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A Military-Friendly University

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.

Everett University Center

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About the Everett University Center

Most of WWU's Everett programs are taught at the Everett University Center on the 3rd floor of the WSU Everett campus building in Everett, Washington

The mission of the Everett University Center is to develop partnerships with colleges and universities to provide baccalaureate and graduate degrees for the residents of Snohomish, Island, and Skagit Counties and to provide the services and facilities that deliver these education opportunities.


Contact WWU in Everett

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

Housing in Everett

Western Washington University students in Everett can live on campus through a partnership with Everett Community College (EvCC).

Two residence halls are available and applications for the buildings are accepted year-round.

All residents must be enrolled at EvCC or Western to be eligible for housing. No non-students, including children, can live in the residence halls.

Rent includes furnished rooms, utilities, secured access, and activities for residents. Students can choose a single room with a private bathroom in Mountain View or four-bedroom, three-bedroom or studio apartments in Cedar Hall.

Visit Everett Community College's housing site for more information.