Running Start students are “regular” college students with the same privileges and responsibilities of any other college student. Studies show that students do better academically if they participate and are engaged in class. The Academic Success Center (Building D 204) has drop in tutoring available. Want someone to review your paper and offer suggestions before …more about College Life
Taking an Assessment test can be intimidating. We’ve got great resources for you to practice before taking the COMPASS Assessment Test and to get familiar with some great test-taking strategies. Let’s Prep! You should definitely do some prep work before taking the COMPASS test. By brushing up on your reading and math skills before testing, …more about Assessment Preparation
Running Start winter quarter applications have closed – check back early January for when Spring Quarter applications will open. Winter Quarter 2015 applications have closed. * if you are currently a Junior or Senior – you may apply for Winter Quarter Running Start. Step 1: Read Step 1 before you apply: You will first be asked to …more about Admissions
You must be a Junior or Senior as determined by your high school and/or school district and/or home school co-op by your first quarter of Running Start Second year seniors are not eligible to enroll for the first time in the Running Start Program Currently enrolled in a Washington State public high school If you …more about Eligibility
Academic Expectations Class participation is an important and integral part of being a college student. Most instructors include this as part of your grade. Attendance is also a common percentage of your grade. Some instructors may fail you if you miss more then 4 classes. You should know how you are doing at all times, …more about Is Running Start a Good Fit?