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NOTICE: We’re now live!
We launched ctcLink — a new self-service portal and mobile app — to better serve our students. Activate your account now!
Please note: In order to keep our community safe and healthy, we are serving our students and community remotely through June 25, pending further announcements.
Spring classes are mostly online (with some exceptions).
- Spring quarter classes will be held mostly online (with some exceptions) for the entire
quarter Apr. 5 through March 18.
- Exception: Some classes with a hands-on lab component could begin to be offered in person as early as Apr. 5. Strict social distancing guidelines will be maintained.
- All classes with a hands-on component are indicated in the class notes section.
New Course Numbers for Precollege Math Classes
- As part of the transition to the new ctcLink system, the Math Department needed to change the course numbers for precollege math classes in order to preserve the student-centered format – which allows students to get credit for the portion of each class they successfully complete.
- The course content and structure for Math 47, 77, 87, and 97 are the same but they all have new course numbers now. Learn more at edmonds.edu/precollege-math
- Go to the ctcLink login page
- Enter your ctcLink ID and password, and click Sign In
- Click Student Homepage, then Manage Classes
- On the left, select Class Search and Enroll
- Select the term and institution (Edmonds College)
- At the top of the page you can enter a keyword to search for specific classes. Then select the Search button.
- Note: On the left-hand side different filters will display for you to narrow your search
results. These filters are:
- Class Status (open classes)
- Course Career
- Number of Units (Credits)
- Instruction Mode
- Academic Session
- Class Meeting Days (Days of the week)
- Class Start Times
- Class End Times
- Class Components (Lecture/ Lab)
- Class Attribute
- Select a Course and the class sections will display.
- Select the Class hyperlink to view details.
- The Class Information window will display. Review each of the five tabs:
- Class Details
- Meeting Information
- Enrollment Information
- Class Availability
- Textbook/Other Information
- Click on the Close (X) button to close the Class Information window
- To enroll in this class, click on the right arrow (>) at the end of the row for that class section
- The Class Search and Enroll guide displays in Step 1 Review Class Selection on the left-hand side of the screen. Select the Next link at the top right of the page.
- Step 2 Review Class Preference page will display. Input Wait List preference or Permission Number (if applicable) and select the Accept button.
- Step 3 Enroll or Add to Cart page displays.
- Here you will have the ability to add the class to your Shopping Cart and search for additional classes prior to enrollment or to process the enrollment for the individual course.
- If you want to add this to your Shopping Cart and continue to search for additional classes, select Add to Shopping Cart and then the Next button.
- If you are done searching for classes and are ready to enroll select Enroll then the Next button.
- Step 4 Review and Submit page will display. Once you select the Submit button, a submit confirmation page will display.
- Select the Yes option to confirm submission.
- Note: A message bar at the top of the page appears to confirm the course has been added or errors will display.
- Typical errors include, not meeting an enrollment requirement, a time conflict, full class, etc.
- The updated Confirmation page will display. Select View My Classes on the left side to confirm that your class has been added.
Winter classes are mostly online (with some exceptions).
IMPORTANT! Enrollment in late start and continuous enrollment courses will be impacted by the “dark” period between our legacy system and ctcLink. No official enrollments can be processed between January 27 and February 19. Students should email the instructor of the class for special instructions on how to enroll during this time. Students are encouraged to enroll in these classes before the January 26 cut-off if at all possible.
- Winter quarter classes will be held mostly online (with some exceptions) for the entire
quarter Jan. 4 through March 19.
- Exception: Some classes with a hands-on lab component could begin to be offered in person as early as Jan. 4. Strict social distancing guidelines will be maintained.
- All classes with a hands-on component are indicated in the online class schedule.
Register early to make sure you get the classes you want when you want them!
Other Classes Available Year Round
- Community Education (non-credit)
- Creative Retirement Institute (CRI) (non-credit)
- Business Training Center
- Washington Aerospace Training & Research (WATR) Center
eLearning: Join the growing number of students who earn college credit and/or complete degrees and certificates online.
To ride Community Transit buses, you now need an ORCA enhanced EdPass card (ORCC).
Costs: $10 for the EdPass plus ORCA bus benefit (one-time fee) and $26 for the quarterly bus pass.
Get it in three easy steps:
- Register for "ORCC" (any section, it doesn't matter which ORC 1, 2, 3, or 4) the bus pass class, along with your other classes.
- Pay for your classes (and bus pass) online or at the Cashier's Office in Lynnwood Hall.
- Get your new ORCA enhanced EdPass card and turn in your old EdPass card at the EdPass office located in Lynnwood Hall 214.
Questions? Call 425.640.1143.