Welcome! At Skagit Valley College, it's more than a college; it's a community. Whether you are a new or returning student, advising and counseling staff members are ready to answer all your questions about educational planning, registering for classes, career guidance, internships, financial aid, tutoring, housing, campus life, and more.
Students applying to Skagit Valley College each have a unique history and set of experiences that have shaped his or her education. Our Admissions Office can assist you with your individual needs and get you started on the next phase of your educational journey.
Deciding on a career, choosing a major, selecting a college or university or finding resources to solve personal conflicts are just a few of the topics Counseling and Career Services can assist you with. Multicultural Student Services, Veteran's Education, Women's Programs, Disability Access Services, Running Start, Cooperative Education and Career Services can all be found here.
The Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students of all financial backgrounds to achieve their educational goals. Through grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study, the Financial Aid Office can assist you in making an SVC education possible.