This program offers classes in English to non-native speakers in the local community. People from a variety of backgrounds choose to study in our Community Program: au pairs, immigrants, spouses of L-2 visa holders, H-4 visa holders, permanent residents, students on F-1 visas and so on. Each class has a short description but is unique from quarter to quarter. The classes are designed to provide instruction in a particular skill (grammar, conversation, vocabulary, etc.) but students and teachers work together to shape the class to meet the needs, interests, and levels of the majority. These classes are cost effective and meet only a few times a week for a few hours a day. The majority of the classes are one quarter in duration (i.e. about 10 weeks.) Please visit the Continuing Education web site to view Summer 2018 classes.
Admission and Registration
There are two different ways to apply and register for community classes. Even though there are no deadlines, some classes fill up quickly. We recommend you apply early to secure seats in the classes you are interested.
- Apply and Register In-Person or via Phone: Please contact the Office of International Education & Global Initiatives in H6 or call 425-564-3185. The staff can assist you with admission, registration, and payments. The office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
- Apply and Register via Online
Tuition and fees/Payment Methods
The cost of each class varies anywhere from $235 to $410. Students are expected to pay at the Student Financial Services office at the time of registration by cash, check, money order, VISA or Master credit card, or traveler’s check.
For information call: Bernadetta Titus: 425-564-2411
Last Updated May 23, 2018