Fall Quarter 2010: Important Dates


Orientation Week for NEW Students: September 13th – 17th

Week 1:

Monday, September 20th:

  • College and International High School Completion (IHSC) CLASSES BEGIN

New IESL students meet in Woodway 202, at 10:00 A.M.

Tuesday, September 21st:

  • IESL Registration New & returning IESL students meet in Woodway 202 on Sept. 21st for IESL registration: IESL Levels 1, 2, & 3: 10:00 AM / IESL Levels 4 and 5: 1:00 PM.

Wednesday, September 22nd: IESL Classes Begin!

Thursday, September 23rd: Late Registration Begins for College Students. Online registration is no longer available after September 23rd. Special permission from the instructor is required to add any classes.

September 25th: Last day for 100% refund

Week 2

Friday, October 1st:

  • If you drop / withdraw from a class after Oct. 1st, you will receive a “W” on your transcript. (To protect your IMMIGRATION status, international students must talk with an ISS advisor before dropping below 12 credits for ANY reason.)
  • Graduation Application Due! If you plan to graduate Fall Quarter 2010, you must apply for graduation by Oct. 1st.

Week 3:

Friday, October 8th: Non-Instructional Day, NO CLASSES, College Open

Week 4:

Monday, October 11th: Last day for 50% refund

Thursday, October 14th: Internal Application Meeting #1

Week 7:

Monday, November 1st: University Transfer Fair

Thursday, November 4th: Internal Application Meeting # 2

Week 9:

Monday, November 15th, Winter Quarter 2011 REGISTRATION begins!

Week 10:

Thursday, November 25th and Friday November 26th: Thanksgiving Holiday, NO CLASSES, college closed

Final Exam Week: December 6th – 9th

Thursday, December 9th: Last day of Fall Quarter 2010

Thursday, December 16th: Grades available to students online

Week of December 20th to December 24th: Winter Break, college closed

Friday, December 31st: New Year’s Day Holiday, college closed


ISS Fall Quarter 2010 Activities

1. Ice Skating Social

The first ISS Activity of Fall Quarter! Join this fun Ice Skating Social event and make new friends!

~ Date: Friday, September 24th ~

~ Time: 1:00pm-3:45pm ~

~ Ticket: $4.00 ~

2. Rattlesnake Ledge Trail Hike & Snoqualmie Falls

Rattlesnake Ledge is a block of rock on the eastern end of Rattlesnake Ridge in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

On our way to Rattlesnake, we will stop at Snoqualmie Falls. Come join us on this beautiful hike!

  • Date: Friday, 8th October
  • Time: 9am-6pm
  • Ticket: $10.00

Sign up and get your tickets in the ISS office.

Welcome Orientation Week (W.O.W.)

Fall Quarter 2010 Welcome Orientation Week (W.O.W.): September 13th to September 17th

Welcome *NEW* students!

We look forward to welcoming new international students to join EdCC’s programs:

CLICK HERE to see detailed W.O.W. Calendars and Information

University Transfer Workshops Fall Quarter 2010

University Transfer Workshops Fall Quarter 2010 Schedule:

  • October 5, 2010, Tuesday, 11:00am -12:00 noon
  • October 21, 2010, Thursday, 4:00pm-5:00pm LOCATION: SNH, RM 215
  • November 3, 2010, Wednesday, 1:00pm-2:00pm
  • November 16, 2010, Tuesday, 11am-12:00 noon

Locations will be announced.

Get help planning your transfer to a university to work on your bachelor’s degree.  Whether you are a new student in the college program or close to graduating with your Associate of Arts or Science Transfer Degree, the University Transfer Workshops are a great way to learn more about the transfer process. It is never too early to start planning. Come with your questions to ask an advisor. You will also learn from other students who are planning to transfer to a university.

If you have questions about these workshops, please contact Mandy Mino-Cuasay, University Transfer Advisor, at 425-640-1923 or














International Student Services offers scholarships to new and continuing students. For more information, please visit ISS. Details and application forms are also available on our website: www.edcc.edu/International/Scholarships/



Scholarship Tips from Current Students:

  • Maintain a good grade point average.
  • Participate in clubs and activities.
  • Volunteer on campus or in the community.