Academic Transfer degrees - This College is a great place to start the first two years of a bachelor’s degree program. You can earn a two-year Associate degree suitable for transfer to any public four-year school in Washington State or one tailored to the transfer school of your choice. For some programs, you can even complete your bachelor's degree right here on the GHC Campus.
Our Workforce Training programs can prepare you to enter the world of work, or upgrade your job skills, after just one or two years. In some cases, the training time is even shorter. And, depending on the program, you can earn a college degree, a certificate, or both.
Basic Skills programs can help you work toward earning your GED® or high school diploma (HS21+), improve your skills to college level, or improve your English skills in our English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Call 538-4167 to Get Started.
GHC Continuing Education offers a wide variety of subject matter and skills training opportunities that range from single day seminars to 2-6 week classes. Programming is offered throughout Grays Harbor and Pacific counties. View the Continuing Education Course Catalog for current offerings and to register Online.
The Campus will be closed on Fridays from July 18 through August 29. The Library will be open from 9 am to 1 pm. on these Fridays.
On Campus Instruction Ends (6 weeks)
WAOL Instruction Ends (8 weeks)
September 16 -17
New Student Orientation
First Day of On-Campus and GHC Online Classes
WAOL Instruction Begins
WAOL Instruction Ends
Last day of on-campus & GHC online classes
December 9 - 11
With his diploma from Grays Harbor College, Brandon Reeson of Aberdeen is ready for his next step. And with the 9 Automotive Service Excellence certificates he earned while at GHC, employers will easily recognize that he is qualified and ready to go to work.
The graduate in Automotive Technology, earning an Associate in Applied Science, plans on transferring to Western Washington University in Bellingham. He will work part-time in an auto repair shop while pursuing a degree in business administration.
By taking the ASE certification exams as a student, which is a brand-new offering at GHC and other community colleges in the State, Brandon can show prospective employers that he has the auto job skills. He is the first to earn these certificates at GHC. By next Fall, GHC Automotive Technology instructor Denis Samson plans on incorporating the certification process into his curriculum for second-year auto students.
The certification tests are computerized and Samson worked with Brandon to prepare him for the process. They are similar to certification tests given to professionals in the auto industry. The College’s auto tech program also has received Masters accreditation through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). NATEF is a key partner in the ASE student certifications.
For more information about GHC’s Automotive Technology program, contact Mike Kelly, 360.538.4013, email@example.com.
Join our next EDventure:
Lighthouses, Ships & Grapes – July 25th
Voyage to Westport on our next EDventure as we take a wine makers tour of the Westport Winery. Enjoy a delicious meal in the From Farm to Fork restaurant, wander through the beautiful gardens, vineyard, and climb to the top of their lighthouse. We will travel onward into Westport to marvel at the view of the beautiful Pacific Ocean from the Grays Harbor Lighthouse. Learn historical nautical facts at the Westport Maritime Museum; for instance, “Did you know that the Grays Harbor Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Washington?” This opportunity is offered July 25th leaving main campus at 10:30 am for $65. Space is limited- Sign-Up Today!
Central Washington’s Law & Justice program begins on the GHC main campus this fall!
CWU-Aberdeen is located at Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen, Washington. This partnership provides the opportunity for students to earn their first two years of a bachelor's degree at GHC and stay on campus to complete their bachelor's degree at CWU-Aberdeen.
The Bachelor of Arts major in Law and Justice (LAJ) is designed to prepare students for professional employment in the criminal justice system and/or entry into graduate or law school. It retains the humanistic emphasis of the liberal arts while assisting students to prepare for graduate school, careers in law enforcement, corrections, paralegal professions and the practice of law following law school. Classes will be available through face-to-face, interactive television, and Online.
According to JEB Thornton, GHC’s assistant dean who helped finalize the new agreement with CWU, the size of this first bachelors degree class in the Fall could mean additional classes taking place on our campus, and eventually other Central bachelors programs as well. For more information, contact CWU representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related link: Baccalaureate Opportunities at GHC
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Fax: (360) 538-4299
Community Education Centers:
Riverview Education Center, Raymond: 360-875-9466, Fax: 360-875-9467
Columbia Education Center, Ilwaco: 360-642-9433, Fax: 360-642-9434
Whiteside Continuing Education Center, Aberdeen: 360-533-9733, Fax: 360-533-9779