Earn your bachelor degree without moving or a lengthy commute!
Five universities provide in-demand degree programs on the Lower Columbia College campus, significantly enhancing the ability of local residents and LCC graduates to complete higher levels of education--in their own community.
Get Started with the Right Degree Pathway
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|Eastern Washington University|
|LCC||EWU||Contact Eastern Washington University|
|AA - DTA||BA in Interdisciplinary Studies||
Geonna Joy, Program Coordinator
|AAS - T Information Technology Systems||BS in Applied Technology|
|Business AA - DTA MRP||BA in Business Administration|
|>> More information about EWU Degree Options|
|Washington State University - Vancouver|
|AA - DTA Nursing Academic Plan||BS in Nursing||Natalie Brusseau , Assistant Director of Admissions
|>> More information about WSU Vancouver Degree Options|
|Warner Pacific College|
|LCC||WP||Contact Warner Pacific College|
|AA - DTA||BS in Human Development||Vanessa Brown, Enrollment Counselor
|AA - DTA||Bachelor of Health Care Administration|
|AA - DTA + Bachelor Degree||Master of Science in Organizational Leadership|
|>> More information about Warner Pacific College Degree Options|
|City University of Seattle|
|LCC||CityU||Contact City University of Seattle|
|AA - DTA Criminal Justice
AAS - T Criminal Justice
|BA in Criminal Justice||Daria Lall , Enrollment Advisor
Paul Dehnert, Education
|AAS - T Information Technology System||BS in Information Systems|
|AA - DTA Elementary Education||BA in Education|
|>> More information about City University of Seattle Degree Options|
|LCC||Concordia||Contact Concordia University|
|AAS - T Early Childhood Education||BA in Early Childhood Education||Concordia Office of Admissions
Ann Williamson, LCC Education
|>> More information about Concordia University Degree Options|
Contact the University Center
Lower Columbia College, Alan Thompson Library Rm. 126 (University Center)
- LCC adds business administration program to its growing stable of 4-year degrees. The Daily News, January 24, 2015
- Lower Columbia Regional University Center Celebrates First Graduate, January 12, 2015
- Grand opening set for new LCC regional center, The Daily News, October 12, 2013
The Lower Columbia region has one of the higher ratios of residents earning an associate degree in our state, but one of the lowest percentage of residents completing a bachelor's degree.
Only 16% of Cowlitz and Wahkiakum county adults over age 25 have completed four or more years of college compared to a state average of 32%.
An on-campus regional University Center removes psychological, social, financial, and physical barriers and adds stepping stones to increasing academic and career options for students.