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Advising

Advising Session Schedule

Sessions are not scheduled to be offered over Spring Break, March 23-April 3, 2015, unless otherwise noted below. Students are advised to seek out lobby drop in advising at this time.

Edmonds Community College offers two types of program options: Transfer and Professional/Technical programs

An advisor can help you to identify your strengths and professional goals in order to determine what type of degree or certificate program is right for you.

Sign up for one of the following sessions by calling 425.640.1458, or come in to the Advising Resource Center in the Lynnwood Hall, first floor lobby. 

Location of the session will be provided upon scheduling, unless otherwise noted below

Transfer Advising Sessions

If you are planning to take classes at Edmonds CC in order to transfer to a university or other college, you are most likely working on a transfer degree program here at Edmonds. Even if you are only taking a few classes and don't intend to complete a degree, you will find a transfer session here that meets your needs.

The General Transfer Advising Session is appropriate for any student intending to eventually transfer out of Edmonds CC. If you do not see an advising session available for your program of study, please contact the Advising Resource Center to learn of other available advising opportunities. 

General Transfer  
Business Transfer  
Chemistry and Biology Transfer  
Computer Science Transfer and Computer Science Certificates  
Elementary Education Transfer  
Engineering Transfer  
Pre-Nursing Transfer and LPN Prerequisite  
***Other Upcoming Transfer Advising Events*** STEM Drop-in Advising
SNH 126 | Mon.-Fri. | 12:30 p.m.-5 p.m.
Students preparing for majors in disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can visit with a Faculty Advisor to discuss coursework and degree completion, major preparation for transfer, and more! Drop-in tutoring will also be offered.
Visit the STEM websiteor come to SNH 126 to see flyer of available advising and tutoring.

Professional/Technical Advising Sessions

If you are looking to build your knowledge and skills in a specific career field, and you are looking to pursue a program that will be completed within 1-2 years, a professional/technical degree or certificate may be just right for you.

If you do not see an advising session available for your program of study, please contact the Advising Resource Center to learn of other available advising opportunities.

Accounting Non-Transfer (ACCT)
Visit the ACCT webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
New students, please come to lobby drop in for general questions in the Advising Resource Center.
Current students, please see faculty advisor: for contact info go to department website.
Allied Health Education (AHE)
Visit the AHE webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Business Information Technology (BSTEC)
Visit the BSTEC webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Business Management (MGMT)
Visit the MGMT webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Computer Information Systems (CIS)
Visit the CIS webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Construction Management (CONST) and
Construction Industry Training (CIT)
Visit the CONST webpage and CIT webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
New students, please come to lobby drop in for general questions in the Advising Resource Center.
Current students, please see faculty advisor: for contact info go to department website.
Culinary Arts and Baking (CLART)
Visit the CLART webpage ;to learn more about the department and program of study options.

For new/prospective students only: 
Friday 4/3 2:30-3:30p.m. BRI 106

Early Childhood Education (ECE)
Visit the ECE webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Emergency Management (EMERG)
Visit the EMERG webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
All students directed to contact Faculty Advisor, Larry Price 425.640.1843 | larry.price@edcc.edu
Energy Management (ENRGY)
Visit the ENGRY webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
New students, please come to lobby drop in for general questions in the Advising Resource Center.
Current students, please see faculty advisor: for contact info go to department website.
Engineering Technology (ETEC)
Visit the ETEC webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.



Horticulture (HORT)
Visit the HORT webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
New students, please come to lobby drop in for general questions in the Advising Resource Center.
Current students, please see faculty advisor: for contact info go to department website.
Hospitality and Tourism (HSPTR) and
Event Planning (EVPL)
Visit the HSPTR webpage and EVPL webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN)
Visit the LPN webpage to learn more about the program and admission criteria.
All information sessions will be held on Thursday evenings in WWY 101 from 5-6 p.m. For more information, please call the Nursing department at 425.640.1017.

4/9/15
5/7/15
5/21/15
6/4/15
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)
Visit the OSH webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
All students directed to contact Faculty Advisor, Larry Price 425.640.1843 | larry.price@edcc.edu
Paralegal (LEGAL)
Visit the LEGAL webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Social Human Services (SHS) and
Family Support Studies (FSS)
Visit the SHS webpage and FSS webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 
Visual Communications (VISCO)
Visit the VISCO webpage to learn more about the department and program of study options.
 

If you do not find a session that works for you, please see the lobby drop-in schedule or call us at 425.640.1458.