Prepare for the GED test or improve your reading, writing, and math skills for college placement tests with Whatcom's GED and Adult Basic Education courses. Or improve your English skills by taking English for Non-Native Speakers (ESL). Classes for both programs start Jan. 7. Space is limited. Call or come in today to learn more. Transitional Learning Programs, Cascade Hall 167, 360.383.3060.
Whatcom Community College students, faculty and staff should continue to park in the north parking lots to avoid current construction on the new Pavilion and Student Recreation Center. To learn more about the College’s exciting campus improvement projects, click here.
Let's Go Orcas!
Whatcom Community College has intercollegiate teams in three sports: men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball. Soccer and volleyball seasons begin in September and end in late November. Basketball begins in mid-November and runs through the end of February. WCC competes in the Northern Region of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges.
Recruiting Student Athletes for 2014-2015
Interested in competing in athletics at Whatcom? Complete this online questionnaire.