The Running Start Program allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to enroll tuition-free in college courses as part of their high school programs of study.
Running Start is a state program for academically qualified juniors and senior high school students. You can enroll in courses to fulfill high school graduation requirements and earn college credit.
Important News for Spring 2020
Centralia College is on remote/limited operations for spring quarter. All classes are being held online or remotely for spring. If you have questions or concerns, connect with Running Start via email at email@example.com.
Book Exchange - April 7-8, 2020
Because the college bookstore is closed to the public, CC is doing a Running Start Book Exchange on April 7-8. You must bring your winter books to exchange them for your spring books.
Book Exchange Instructions
- Pull up to the location listed below at the designated time.
- Email the Advising/Counseling Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wait for your books to be delivered to your car.
|10 a.m.- 12 p.m. April 7||Tent between the TransAlta Commons and Washington Hall (park in the TransAlta Commons lot off Pear Street)|
|2-4 p.m. April 8||Tent between the TransAlta Commons and Washington Hall (park in the TransAlta Commons lot off Pear Street)|
Learn how to apply for admission to the Running Start program at Centralia College.
You have questions? We have answers! Learn about who can see your grades, if you can play sports, and other important details about Running Start.
Books can be expensive. We can help! Check if you are eligible for a book loan or fee waiver.
Centralia College also offers dual credit courses at several local high schools. Those classes are offered through the College in the High School program, not Running Start.
Contact Running Start
TransAlta Commons, Second Floor