Tools and resources designed to help you choose an area of study at Lower Columbia
College that matches your career goals, no matter where you are in your educational
Resources to help you choose your major
Take assessments that help you link your interests with careers, find out about career
titles that are in demand, get a list of current job openings in the local area and
beyond, and much more! Create your free account today!
A partnership between college and high school instructors designed to guide local
students into high-skill, high-wage careers with local industries.
Programs of Study
LCC offers training for careers in many high demand fields, studies to complete the
first two years of a bachelor's degree, and classes for professional advancement or
Students who complete a transfer associate degree at Lower Columbia College, then
transfer to a four year college or university to complete their bachelor degree, save
significant tuition dollars.
An innovative partnership with several four-year universities provides students with
a convenient way to earn a bachelor's or master's degree, without the hassle of relocating
or a lengthy commute.
Tools and resources designed to help you choose the college or university that offers
your preferred program of study.
Resources to help you select your preferred program
National Center for Educational Statistics: Search by program of study, location,
institution type, or degree type to find the training that that is ideal for you.
Collegeboard.org: Find your college fit, learn about campus life, or academic expectations,
and compare colleges using the "Find Colleges" tab.
Becoming a Student
Click "Becoming a Student" to select the type of training you would like to research, and
the programs offered in Washington State.
Find educational offerings in Washington State by program, by college/university,
and by location.
Prepare for College
Federal Student Aid: Step-by-step instructions that allow you to make an educated
decision about your education, from statistics on the value of an education to choosing
the academic path that will lead to your desired career.