Associate in Arts - Bridge to Native Pathways
Designed for residents of tribal communities in Western Washington, this degree leads directly into The Evergreen State College's Native Pathways BA program. Most of the courses are taken online.
Grays Harbor College, The Evergreen State College, and the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges have partnered to provide improved access to the transfer Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Agreement (AA-DTA) degree to residents of tribal communities in Western Washington. This liberal arts program is intellectually rigorous and culturally relevant. It honors indigenous knowledge and Western European scholarly traditions.
Students enrolled in this cohort program earn the GHC direct transfer Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Agreement (AADTA) degree and can matriculate directly into Native American Pathways BA program at The Evergreen State College, a liberal arts degree which has served six Western Washington tribal communities with positive outcomes since 1989.
Students pursuing the Associate in Arts - DTA through the Bridge to Native Pathways program take 15 of the required 90 credits at the Evergreen State College Longhouse in Olympia, WA. These credits are considered academic electives. Courses supporting this program are offered online through GHC and on ground at The Evergreen State College Longhouse in Olympia. Check with program advisors for specific course selections.
- Communicate effectively
- Demonstrate critical thinking
- Demonstrate information literacy
- Demonstrate quantitative literacy
- Demonstrate personal responsibility
- Demonstrate social responsibility