Welcome to the Western Washington Campus
We’d love to meet you and show you around. Stop by and meet our warm and friendly faculty and staff members. And gain access to a wide range of services and resources designed to support you every step of the way.
Our events, services and resources are available to students currently attending this campus and online students while the location is operating.
Map and Directions
How on-campus classes work for you
Once a week, for every week of your course, you’ll meet faculty members and classmates at the -insert campus/learning center name-. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in stimulating class discussions where you’ll hear the perspectives of other working adults, while sharing your own. Not to mention the chance to network, do teamwork, and build comradery as you all work toward a common goal: your degrees.
Whether you choose to attend classes entirely online or in-person, the online student portal is going to be an integral part of how you’ll learn. From submitting papers to reading materials and more, your online classroom will be at the core of every course you take — even if it’s on-campus with us.
A variety of student services
Everyone has different needs. So our campus and learning centers are equipped with these five services and more.
Proctoring for CLEP and DSST credit-by-examination tests is available at the Western Washington Campus. Call and set up an appointment to take your exam.
Stop by the Western Washington Campus and get a guided tour of all the services and resources we offer.
Online Classroom Navigation
Trouble navigating your online student portal? Get in-person training so you can be confident going into this journey.
Microsoft Office Support
Need help with Microsoft Excel®, PowerPoint® and Word®? Call and make an appointment with a staff member at the Western Washington Campus for a walkthrough of each program.
Get math and writing help. Call to make an appointment for 1-on-1 tutoring at our Western Washington Campus. Or attend an online session.
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