Those looking to earn an associate’s degree or certificate in the Washington area should give the picturesque Green River Community College a try. Located on the banks of the Green River in Auburn, Washington, GRCC offers strong academic programs in a beautiful, forested campus area.
For those in other areas of Washington, Green River also has campuses at Kent and Enumclaw.
Academic programs include those designed for a transfer to a four-year university and those designed to ready you for the workforce. You’ll find associate’s degrees and certificates in a variety of fields, plus continuing education, high school completion, and more.
GRCC’s admissions allow any student over the age of 18 to apply regardless of educational or professional background. Students under 18 must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
GRCC offers a rich student life with lectures and speakers, student government, excursions into the outdoors, movie nights, music, and much more.
Tuition is offered at a lower rate for in-state residents, and at a higher rate for international students.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify through the FAFSA, but GRCC also has its own financial aid forms that could earn you extra scholarships or other aid. For more information, contact Green River Community College today!
Quick Facts about Green River Community College
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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