Learn about self-support programs at BC, which do not receive state funding.
Self-Support Credit Courses
Some programs and courses are considered self-support, which means they do not receive state funding. Self-support programs and courses charge a fee instead of tuition, and tuition and fee waivers to not apply. Students pay the full fee charged for the course regardless of their Washington State residency status. Self-support course fees are listed in the class schedule.
Community Education courses are generally offered with no credit, and students are charged a fee instead of tuition. All students are charged the same fee regardless of Washington State residency status. Courses are listed in the quarterly catalog, which can be found on the Community Education website.
Professional Training – Tombolo Institute
Tombolo Institute courses are listed in their catalog located on the Tombolo Institute website. All students are charged the same fee regardless of Washington State residency status.