Admissions

The Welcome Mat Starts Here

Admissions

The Welcome Mat Starts Here

Admissions

The Welcome Mat Starts Here

Visit SVC

Campus Tours

Join us for our weekly 60-minute moving tour of SVC’s Mount Vernon campus. During this tour, you will visit numerous buildings on campus, explore resources and get a glimpse of the SVC student experience. Guests are welcome and encouraged to participate! If you would like to schedule a personal tour outside of this schedule, please email [email protected].

Backstage Pass

Receive VIP treatment with the Skagit Valley College Backstage Pass. These one-day events assist interested students and their families to visualize a future at Skagit Valley College. Spend your time visiting campus, going “behind-the-scenes” in many of our highly regarded facilities, and receiving the inside scoop on some of our popular program options. Top off the day with tickets to a special event or performance on campus.

One family or friend member is welcome to join us in this program!

Large Group Tours

Bring your group to visit Skagit Valley College! Get to know the ins and outs of SVC with an itinerary tailored to your needs. Discover our specialized labs for our arts and sciences students, as well as our professional programs, sit in a college classroom, learn about our programs and have a taste of the Cardinal’s vibrant Student Life!

Information Sessions

SVC offers a variety of information sessions open to the community. You can learn more about our programs, such as Nursing, Bachelors of Applied Science in Applied Management, Running Start and High School Completion/GED. Find out how to prepare for the pathway or career of your dreams today!

Admission Labs

Are you ready to apply and enroll at Skagit Valley College? Attend an Admission Lab to receive specific help with your enrollment questions. SVC Admissions Lab is a drop-in style session aimed to help you through the enrollment steps at Skagit Valley College.

You will be able to work alongside SVC staff to complete the Washington State Admissions Application, provide additional information via our application supplement, complete forms to receive financial aid (FAFSA/WASFA), receive assistance with course placement (bring transcripts if applicable), and/or participate in a campus tour. Please Note: This workshop is focused on the admissions and financial aid processes. Students will not be registering for classes during this time.

Returning Student Registration starts Feb. 6

New Student Registration starts Feb. 27

Spring Quarter 2018 Begins April 3

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