Poulsbo

Established in 2013, Western Washington University Center at Olympic College Poulsbo is a collaboration between Olympic College and Western to serve the community and businesses on the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas.

This partnership allows the space to offer residents of Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas bachelor degree programs and an array of non-credit learning opportunities, including community events, Academy for Lifelong Learning, and Western Lecture Series. Online courses are also available via WesternOnline.

Visit Western on the Peninsulas to view all Degree Programs, community programs and other offerings available in Poulsbo, Port Angeles and Bremerton and throughout the Peninsulas.

Additional Resources in Poulsbo

Western offers events and programming through the SEA Discovery Center, the public aquarium and hands on learning center.

Western’s Kitsap County Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides tools, training and resources to help small businesses grow and succeed. 

Exterior of WWU OC- Poulsbo building, which features a glass facade.

Contact Us

WWU Center at OC Poulsbo - Directions
1000 Olympic College Way NW, Suite 222
Poulsbo, WA 98370-7198

Mailing Address
WWU Center at OC Poulsbo
1000 Olympic College Way NW
Poulsbo, WA 98370-7198
(360) 394-2748

Email
Western.Peninsulas@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 in Poulsbo

Business Administration, B.A.
Prepare for leadership and management roles by developing skills in decision making and evaluating business policies.

Cybersecurity, B.S.
Secure a future with a career in the field of cybersecurity in roles such as administrative and technical specialties involved in protecting computer systems, programs, and digital information from mild to severe forms of cyber threats and exploitation, such as cyber terrorism, data breaches, viruses, and more. Students will have the opportunity to learn in Washington’s first Cyber Range facility.

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

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

Multidisciplinary Studies, B.A.
This degree program is customizable, building upon an applicant’s accumulation of earned college credits and interests. Flexible course options include face-to-face and online formats.