98036 Community Colleges

In 98036, Lynnwood, Washington, you can find 1 community college serving 7,898 students.
Minority enrollment is 31% of the student body (majority Asian).
The student:teacher ratio of 34:1 is more than the state average of 30:1..
Edmonds Community College offers Associate of 
Science degrees with areas of emphasis 
in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental 
Science, Geology and Earth Science, 
Physics, Computer Science, General Pre- 
Engineering, and the Pre-Engineering 
areas of Bioengineering: Chemical, 
Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, 
Industrial, and Materials Science.
Edmonds Community College offers Associate of 
Science degrees with areas of emphasis 
in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental 
Science, Geology and Earth Science, 
Physics, Computer Science, General Pre- 
Engineering, and the Pre-Engineering 
areas of Bioengineering: Chemical, 
Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, 
Industrial, and Materials Science.

98036, WA Community Colleges:

  • College Location Students
  • 98036-LynnwoodEdmonds Community College
    Public
    20000 68th Ave W
    Lynnwood98036
    (425)640-1459
    7,898 students
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