About Centralia College
As the oldest two-year public college in Washington (founded in 1925), Centralia College has a rich heritage of transfer, workforce and basic skills programs. The college serves Lewis and south Thurston counties and a population over 75,000.
Centralia College is accredited by the Northwest Commission for Colleges and Universities.
Review the college's annual financial statements and connect with business offices, including Purchasing, Fiscal Services, Cashiering, and more.
The Board of Trustees is the governing body for the college. Members are appointed by the governor. Meetings are held monthly and are open to the public.
Where is the college headed in the next 20 years? Look at the plan for expected growth and change.
Centralia College's East campus in Morton is dedicated to serving the educational needs of central and eastern Lewis County.
Centralia College is committed to transparency and open communication.
Centralia College provides educational programs at two corrections centers in southwest Washington.
The Facilities, Operations, and Maintenance (FOM) department is comprised of construction, maintenance, custodial, and ground services.
Host your next event on CC's attractive and spacious campus. Centralia College has a variety of classrooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, banquet rooms, and athletic facilities to meet your needs.
Connect with information and services for current employees, and find information about jobs at the college.
Find your way around campus with our maps and parking information.
The mission and vision are the college's guiding principles.
Explore college, personnel, instruction, student, and board policies, and learn how to file a student complaint.
The Purchasing Office procures equipment, supplies, and services for Centralia College.
Centralia College submits crime and fire data to the US Department of Education annually. That information is available at all times.