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“Attending Skagit Valley College has been one of the most influential and beneficial experiences in my life thus far. Skagit offers a small and intimate learning environment and the tight-knit community on campus fully embraces students and encourages student success. By utilizing the resources available to me — my instructors, classmates, advisors, tutors, mentors — I have excelled in my academics and in my position as a student leader. No man is an island, and the way that Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus has helped me acknowledge that is what has made me a dedicated, opportunity-seeking student.”

~ Samantha Martin
Psychology major
SVC Whidbey Island
2016 All-Washington Academic Team

Beginning TODAY, February 25th, New Advised students can register for Spring Quarter at Skagit Valley College. Classes begin April 5th.

  • Registration for Returning students continues.
  • Open Enrollment begins March 10th.

For students who want to begin a new career or upgrade their job skills, Professional/Technical programs are aligned with local and state economic development strategies. High demand areas include:

SVC also offers Academic Transfer pathways for students who want to begin their college experience and earn a bachelor’s degree. By completing two years at SVC and then transferring to a four-year university, students can study close to home and save money, compared to tuition at a four-year college or university.

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For more information about programs and degrees, financial aid, career options, campus tours, and getting started. For more information, visit or contact:

  • Mount Vernon Campus, (360) 416-7697 or toll free: 1 844 2SKAGIT
  • Whidbey Island Campus, (360) 675-6656
  • South Whidbey Center, (360) 679-5330
  • San Juan Center, (360) 378-3220
  • Marine Technology Center, (360) 766-6282