Location
Everett, WA
Undergrads
3,812
Tuition (in-state)
$8,799 ($3,609)
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Reviews 335 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Junior

Student Body: There are always activities to be involved in and sporting events to attend. Diversity is a big part of school here because there is no "typical" student, everyone is accepted for their differences.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Some of the curriculum for lower entry level courses is pretty rigorous. Registration is not fun because you can often be placed on a waitlist and then it is difficult to find a replacement class. Workload is average and what is expected. Student programs and services are always available.

College Junior

Academic Experience: I have not decided on my major yet.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: One of my teachers did not communicate via the online portal and so it was difficult to develop a good relationship with the professor because we didn't have that face-to-face interaction. The workload was a fair amount.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I'm really a fan of the student lounge/cafe. Prices aren't the best, and for that reason I seldom actually EMPLOY the cafe, but seating options are great, varying from stools to full booths to armchairs, to a massive long sofa upstairs. There's even a television setup. It's really easy to unwind and get your study on in that area. Also, the library's pretty great. Private study rooms have proven beneficial in the past, there are tvs and DVD players and things set up in them. The library has numerous computers, too, and little things like staplers and three-hole punchers are a welcome addition for someone printing out a big report.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I've noticed issues with the wifi, in particular when I go to log on via my cellphone - the little popup option to link into the network will come and go, which is really annoying, as I have to switch back and forth between it and 3G service. The computers also have this nasty habit of taking FOREVER to log on - I've been told it has to do with how often you log on and use the computers - but a 7-minute wait when you just need to print one page out is crazy frustrating, to be sure.

3 College Junior

Facilities: You get what you get with a community college, I think, and one of the worst grievances I have with this one is simply the location. You worry about your car when you're parking, shady individuals approach you as you're walking to class, etc. and it's unsettling. The academic programs are surprisingly varied, with more offered than I had hoped for, although I wish there were more opportunities for studying abroad, for sure. The cafe on campus is very nice and the upstairs lounge attached to it is a great homework spot. The bookstore is really frustrating - they have never once bought back one of my expensive textbooks, pleading "past editions" and stuff. There's always some reason, and that's enraging. All in all, I think you get what you pay for - the courses I've taken so far have been pretty decent, with professors very willing to help you out.

2 College Junior

Student Body: People just don't seem to care. They think it's enough to be "going to school" and don't try in class or express much enthusiasm.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Registration is very easy. Workloads can be pretty cumbersome. Professors are great at accomodating.Wish there was a better study abroad program.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Since most people are doing general transfer degrees, there isn't much tailoring to one's experiences.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: Have found classmates in online classes to be the worst. Seemingly unconcerned with learning, just posting assignments to have it done. Very frustrating to interact with.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Learning experience at everest college has been busy. Developing a mutual relationship the instructors and students was a great experience for me because it gave me a chance to trust instructors to help me weather if it's me having a hard time with an assignment, or advice. I would choose this school again because, It helps me gain the skills that I need in the outside world.

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5 College Senior

Campus Resources: The campus overall has a great deal of outstanding academics including libraries being a good place to research different resources as well as studying for a big exam.

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4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Everest college have excellent lab equipment. In the lab, they teach you specific steps into becoming a medical assistant.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Everest college offers tutoring for students who are struggling with an assignment.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The course takes about eight months to complete. On the eighth month, they have you participate for externship to prepare you for your career.

4 College Senior

Student Body: Everest college is a divers school. All staffs want from their students is to learn and have fun learning about a major you're trying to succeed.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: First day of class, the instructor has every student introduce themselves to the class. Alot of students quickly become acquainted with one another as well as the instructors. Everything is hands on, so you get to learn both text and visual.

5 College Senior

Facilities: Everest college makes each program unique because, you learn hands on other than just reading in a text book. Many students have a different pace of learning. What is excellent about the medical assistant program, is that instructors, counselors, career center, tutors are willing to help you through a difficult obstacle such as financial reasons, needing extra help for homework, study buddy, and help you prepare for employment.

4 College Senior

Career Services: Career counselors never give up on their students at everest college. Counselors do everything they can to make sure their students graduate as well as them becoming successful. The career center prepares future graduates for the outside world, by finding employment for future graduates.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition for everest college was reasonable. The financial aid representatives are great with explaining different options of payment for the entire program as well as helping you fill out a financial aid form for eligibility for grants and scholarships.

College Senior

Academic Experience: Almost everyone attends EvCC with the goal to get their Associates degree then transfer to a university. We do have some vocational training classes, but they are kind of less than the majority of future transfer students like myself.

4 College Senior

Facilities: EvCC is really involved in the community, so we have several drives for gifts, cans, etc. throughout the year. They have a lot of educational activities available for students with different interests, like a lecture series for the Honors program, travelogues, and we even have an art gallery on campus.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I have been able to get into all of my classes that I registered for, even though one quarter I was on the wait-list for all three of my classes.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: I have taken three online classes so far, and the professors have been really knowledgeable on the site used for class and on the subjects we go over; they are very clear about what they want from students and hold up the same standards that in-class professors do.

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