Whatcom Community College’s summer session makes it easy to earn the credits you need in just eight short weeks—with plenty of time for fun. Coming home to Bellingham this summer? With our great line-up of classes, including lots of online options, you can make the most of summer by registering for classes at WCC. Start planning and search the list of summer courses on Class Schedule Search now.
Choose on-campus classes (and enjoy WCC's beautiful scenery) or online classes (they go where you go!). Search the full list of summer courses on Class Schedule Search now.
Sample Summer Classes
|ACCT 100||Intro to accounting|
|ART 112||Drawing I|
|BIOL& 160||General biology w/ lab|
|CHEM& 161||General chemistry w/ lab I|
|CMST& 210 OL1||Interpersonal communications (ONLINE)|
|CO-OP 190||Co-op work experience (Internships)|
|ENGL& 101||English composition I
|MATH& 141 OL1||Precalculus I (ONLINE)|
|PE 126||Introduction to hiking|
|PSYC& 200 OL1||Lifespan psychology (ONLINE)|
Steps to get started!
1. Apply now! Students new to Whatcom Community College must submit an application online or on paper to the Registration Office in Laidlaw Center 102 (there's no application fee!).
2. Registration for currently enrolled students begins in May and continues through the third day of classes (late registration requires instructor permission). General registration begins in June. Search the current list of summer courses on Class Schedule Search now. Instructions to look up your registration access time online will be sent via email. Current students can register for summer classes online. If you have attended WCC within the last year, call 360.383.3030 or email Registration to reactivate your account.
3. To use credits from another institution for placement in WCC courses, bring a copy of your unofficial transcripts with you to your drop-in or scheduled advising appointment. Transcripts help expedite getting into classes with prerequisites and developing a plan for degree completion at Whatcom. If you are planning on transferring Whatcom classes to another college or university, bring a list of those classes you need.
4. Wondering how to pay? You may be eligible for financial aid. You can use your financial aid award for summer quarter or review our convenient tuition payment plan. Whether or not you have applied for financial aid, contact Entry & Advising in Laidlaw Center 116 at 360.383.3080 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on your options with tuition assistance.
Tuition & feesResident rates per credit
$112.84 each for credits 1-10
$52.99 each for credits 11-18
$96.26 each for credits 19+
Non-resident rates per credit (includes students on international visas)
$284.84 each for credits 1-10
$58.00 each for credits 11-18
$268.26 each for credits 19+
Some courses and programs have additional fees, such as online, art, science and others. More information about these fees, as well as resident and non-resident classifications, non-standard tuition rates, tuition waivers, deadlines, consumer information and State Support of Higher Education is available at on the tuition & fees page.