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Cascadia Community College provides unique educational opportunities for all students. We transfer the highest rate of students to the University of Washington.
Our environmentally friendly parking garage is a recharging station for electric vehicles. Part of the garage's electrical system is powered by solar panels.
Buildings CC1 (above) and CC2 are the original buildings of the campus. They are some of the most modern college buildings in the state.
Building CC2. There are only four floors, making it very easy to walk from class to class. Wi-fi access is available in all our buildings.
Building CC3, where the International Programs office is located. This building was opened in 2010, and is a model of excellence in green engineering.
Mobius Hall, one of the most technologically advanced performance halls of its kind. Our community gathers here to celebrate special events and share experiences.
These special chairs inside building CC3 were designed to facilitate open spaces and encourage interactive learning opportunities, such as theatrical performances.
Building CC3 hosts public art shows during certain times of the year. The artwork comes from our faculty, staff, talented students and members of the local community.
Above Mobius Hall is a unique art classroom that's designed to let in fresh air and natural light, which are great for painting.
Technology is a very important part to us. We offer students access to computers and printers on every floor of every building... virtually anywhere!
Students and even entire classrooms are often seen outside studying, learning, and having fun!
"The Ancestors". Cascadia honors the memory of the people who were originally from this area. Their legacy is part of every Cascadian’s experience.
Building LB2, part of the University of Washington Library. It houses a branch of the famous University Bookstore, the largest private bookseller in the Pacific Northwest.
The North Creek Events Center, a beautiful shared building that we enjoy for special events and occasions. It overlooks our wetlands.
Our wetlands are one of the most successful restoration projects in the US. They represent Cascadia’s commitment to environmental sustainability.
This impressive glass room is the Reading Room of the University of Washington Library. It is a great place to study.
Our students have access to the UW Library System, including 7,000,000 volumes. No other community college can offer this kind of access to learning resources.
This is our mascot Kody, the Kodiak Bear! Cascadia offers high technology, green design and a global outlook. What are you waiting for?
Come to Cascadia and begin your education here, then transfer to the top universities in the US. What are you waiting for?