Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Aug. 7.
Students who need to balance work and life obligations with school now have a more flexible option to earn their degree at Whatcom Community College. Evening and online classes at WCC provide students and working adults the opportunity to attend college part-time and work toward an associate in arts and sciences degree.
Students take two classes each quarter during fall, winter and spring. Classes are held on-campus Tuesday and Thursday evenings or online. An optional 8-week summer session is available each June – August. This evening degree option typically takes three years to complete. Graduates will be ready to transfer to a university or move up in the workforce. Whatcom also offers several fully online degree options.
“As an adult student returning to school, it was very important to be able to take classes that fit around my schedule. Having access to evening classes that only met two times a week was critical to my success,” says WCC student Amanda, who is majoring in marine biology.
Learn more at whatcom.edu/online-evening or contact an advisor today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.383.3080.
About Whatcom: Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA is regularly recognized as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute. The College, a destination for cybersecurity, healthcare and business studies, offers a bachelor of applied science degree, transfer degrees, career preparation, online courses, and community education classes. WCC’s accomplished faculty and staff serve 11,000 students annually. For more information, visit whatcom.edu.
Contact: Marisa Ellis, Whatcom Community College PIO, 360.383.3310, email@example.com
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Source: Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce