Get Started at Centralia College
To get started, we need to know a little bit about you. What kind of student are you? How you apply depends on your path here and your goals.
If you are living outside the US, consider attending Centralia College through the International Education program. This program offers intensive English courses, and associate degree and job training.
If you are new to Centralia College or have been gone for more than a year, follow these easy steps to reapply and get started.
If you've been a Centralia College student recently (i.e. you've been gone less than a year), follow these steps to come back.
Centralia College offers Running Start, a state program that allows high school juniors and seniors to attend classes on CC's campus to earn college credit tuition-free. In addition, CC offers a select number of dual-credit classes at local high schools.
Did you attend another college or university previously? Consider coming to Centralia College as a transfer student.
If you are ready to earn a high school diploma or GED, learn English, or prepare for college or job training, follow these steps to get started in Transitional Education.
If you are seeking entry to Centralia College's Nursing program, follow these steps to get started.
A bachelor's degrees is closer than you think at CC. Start here to apply for one of CC's applied bachelor's degree programs.
If you're interested in taking non-credit courses for personal enrichment or to earn a business certification (such as flagger training or CPR), follow these steps to get started.
Centralia College is approved for the education and training of veterans, reservists, and the children and spouses of veterans. Follow these steps to apply and use veterans' benefits.
Need Help? Contact Enrollment Services if you have specific questions about the admissions process.
CONTACT ENROLLMENT SERVICES
TransAlta Commons, Second Floor
360-623-8976 - Centralia Campus
701 Airport Way - CCEast (Morton) Campus
360-496-5022 - CCEast (Morton)