Apply to Community Colleges of Spokane

Did you know the average wage for graduates with an associate’s degree is $10,000 per year more than a high school graduate? That’s right, getting your education matters. Now it’s easier than ever to get started. If you’re interested in spending less, exploring your options and expanding your possibilities, look no further.

5 Easy Steps

It’s time to get serious about your education and you’re in the right place to get started. We’ll walk you through our application process for Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College and all their affiliated programs in just Five Easy Steps. At the end, you’ll be ready for class. Let’s get started.

The first step of your journey is filling out a free admissions application. Whether you're a new or second-year student, transferring from another college, an international student or looking for special programs like American Honors, Running Start or Destination Eastern, start by completing the State of Washington community college application. Get started by applying now.

Paying for school doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some specific steps to ensure you get all the assistance you need. Whether you’re eligible for aid or not, get the details on paying for college here. Get started with your financial aid.

Placement testing helps you get started in the right place. We want to make sure you start with classes that best meet your ability to be successful. Don’t worry, testing has no effect on your grades or status in any way. Testing is required for most students, but special situations may allow you to submit previous test scores or transcripts to opt-out. Get started with Placement Testing.

Navigating college requirements, understanding transfer technicalities and identifying pathways can be confusing. That’s why we have the friendliest professional counselors around to guide you. After you finish your placement testing, you can meet with an academic counselor to set goals, start thinking about career opportunities and get information you need to graduate on time. Get started with an academic counselor.

Finished your testing and academic counseling? It’s time to register for classes. We’ll walk you through all the need-to-know information for getting registered. Get started with registration.