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  1. All student vehicles must have a current parking sticker on their vehicle.
  2. Please display your parking permit on the lower driver side portion of your windshield. The permit number must be clearly visible and unobstructed.
  3. Parking permits are valid for one calendar school year starting in fall quarter (September).
  4. Student Parking Rules are enforced from 7 A.M. to 4 P.M. weekdays.
  5. Student parking is at the Far East and West ends of the campus.
  6. 24/7 no parking in disabled parking spaces without an official placard. The actual placard must be from the Department of Licensing.
  7. 24/7 no parking in Fire Lanes
  8. 24/7 do not park in any spot that is not specifically designated for parking
  9. 24/7 no parking at Electric Charging Stations if you don’t drive an electric vehicle
  10. Parking fines range from $10-$75.
  11. Before 4 P.M. students may not park in visitor’s parking- even if they don’t have class that day.
  12. Carpool parking permit is needed to park in carpool parking spaces. Each vehicle must have two or more passengers on board upon arrival at the college.
  13. Speed limit for everyone on campus is ten miles per hour.
  14. All vehicles are parked on college property at the owner’s risk. Skagit Valley College assumes no liability for theft or damage to vehicles while parked on college property. All valuables should be removed or stored out of sight.
  15. You will not be able to register, request transcripts or make schedule changes if you have outstanding fines.

If you have any questions regarding parking contact SVC security at (360) 416-7777

Updated: 1/18/2018 12:14:51 PM


Celebrate food diversity! Make a reservation to eat at the Cardinal Café winter quarter. Email or call (360) 416-7608.

Updated: 1/16/2018 3:01:54 PM

Free Online Tutoring is available at
Skagit Valley College!!

All SVC students have access to free online tutoring through the Western eTutoring Consortium!

Students can access eTutoring from any computer with an internet connection, even from home!

Subjects eTutors can help with include:

  • Writing
  • Math – Developmental through Calculus, and Statistics
  • Sciences – Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
  • Accounting
  • Intro to Psychology
  • MS Office, Web Development
  • Spanish, American Sign Language

eTutoring Services:

  • eWriting Lab allows students to submit a draft of their paper to an eTutor, ask for specific feedback, and receive their work back with an eTutor’s response within 24-48 hours.
  • eChat allows students to meet live with an eTutor in one-on-one tutoring sessions via a fully interactive, virtual online environment.
  • eQuestions allows students to leave a specific question in any subject for an eTutor. They will receive a response within 48 hours (usually sooner).

How do students get started? Students will find log in instructions for eTutoring at:

This service is made possible through the Skagit Valley College Student Technology Fee. Questions? Please contact Jane Jansen at

Updated: 1/12/2018 12:37:27 PM



Students can drop by anytime during the scheduled hours. Tutors can help with most levels of math and some tutors can also help with science. Check with Jane Jansen in Room L-203A for availability.

Math Center L-221, Lewis Hall
Monday - Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Tutors can help with most levels of math. Some tutors can also help with chemistry, physics, ECON or other subjects. For additional information about the tutoring program, contact Jane Jansen at (360) 416-7852 or email her at

Updated: 1/12/2018 12:37:03 PM


Join the SVC Study Group on Tuesday, Jan. 30th or Wednesday, March 7th at the Cardinal Center. Improve your class performance by taking advantage pf the power of numbers!

Updated: 1/12/2018 12:34:38 PM


Writing tutors are available to help any SVC student with writing for any class. For more information call: 360-416-7855. Check their blog at, or email them at

Writing Center, L-321, Lewis Hall

Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Tutoring is available for students in AESL classes and all international students in Ford Hall, F-205. For more information contact Danielle Kim at, or call her at 416-7046. Office in F-210


Students can drop by anytime during the scheduled hours. Tutors can help with most levels of math and some tutors can also help with science. Check with Jane Jansen in Room L-203A for availability.

Math Center L-221, Lewis Hall

Monday thru Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Tutor Center L-203, Lewis Hall

Monday / Wednesday
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Tuesday / Thursday
10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Students can drop by anytime during scheduled hours. Tutors can help with most levels of chemistry, physics, and biology. Check the schedule in A-241 to find out which subjects a tutor can help with, or call Jane Jansen at 416-7852.

A-241, Angst Hall

12:30 to 12:30 p.m. & 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. & 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. & 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Students can drop by anytime during the scheduled hours. Tutors can help with all levels of OFTEC, Microsoft Office, and basic computer questions.

Ford Hall, F-110

9:30 to 11:20 a.m. & 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.

9:30 to 11:20 a.m.


One-on-one tutoring in most subjects is available for students in the TRiO Student Support Services program. This program is federally funded. Students must meet the eligibility requirements and are selected on a space-available basis. Stop by the TRiO office in Lewis Hall, L-201B, or call 416-7636 for more information.

For additional information about the tutoring program, contact Jane Jansen at 416-7852 or email her at

Updated: 1/10/2018 2:57:51 PM


Deadline for SVC Scholarships is March 15, 2018. Don't miss out! Submit your application and essay online.

Go to aid.

Updated: 1/8/2018 12:47:23 PM


Need a laptop to write a paper, research or do online homework? The library has added additional laptops for students to check out. The student technology fee made this purchase possible!

Updated: 2/17/2017 12:53:27 PM


Whether at home, at college, or eating out, try to go meatless on Mondays for your health, and for the planet!

Updated: 2/9/2017 12:19:09 PM


For all students taking online classes, Skagit Valley College provides elearning support online, one on one, or on the phone.

Updated: 1/13/2017 2:42:56 PM


This is a reminder that on SVC’s Mount Vernon Campus smoking is allowed only inside vehicles OR in designated smoking shelters.

There are three designated smoking shelters on the Mount Vernon Campus:

  1. In the East Campus parking lot.
  2. Adjacent to the college motor pool, across from the boiler house.
  3. Far West end of Lewis Hall parking lot, across from the Lewis Hall building.

It is the intent of the College, as an educational institution, to follow state regulations and, as a long-range goal, to discourage smoking on the College campuses. The intent of this policy is to minimize the health hazards of those who choose not to smoke.

All tobacco products are prohibited on campus except in designated areas.

Violations of the smoking policy may be referred to the college security office (360-416-7777) for enforcement. Students and employees who violate this policy and the Washington Clean Indoor Air Act and state revisions are subject to reprimand and disciplinary proceedings according to appropriate policy.

Updated: 1/13/2017 12:26:34 PM


Need to charge one of your mobile devices? The Norwood Cole Library has just what you need. You can now check out a universal mobile device charger!

Updated: 10/31/2016 2:19:50 PM


Writing consultants are available for students who want help with their writing assignments! We are offering extended hours from Monday through Friday to assist students.

Updated: 10/31/2016 12:39:12 PM


Did you know that escort service is available, seven days a week for all SVC community? If you need an escort, call the Security Department and give your name, location, and destination. A security officer will be glad to meet you and walk you to your car or other campus destination. Due to the officer's varying responsibilities, a short wait may be necessary before an officer arrives for your escort. To request an escort call SVC Security at 360-416-7777.

Updated: 9/23/2016 12:34:43 PM


Posted at August 7, 2014 | By: Sarah DeCarlo

It’s back to school time, and with that comes big college plans for an amazing year! How can you green your campus lifestyle and create the lowest possible impact on our environment? Bring a smile to your university’s Office of Sustainability (SVC’s Sustainability Committee) when you adopt one or all of our five green back to college tips for a great school year:

Walking to class is the easiest way to be green and stay healthy!

1. Transport Sustainably
Waking up early for class can be a pain, but what’s even worse is finding a parking spot – especially one that’s free. Remove extra morning stress by walking or biking to class. These low-impact, planet-friendly activities will leave you feeling happier at the start of each day, and not just because you’re saving a ton of money on expensive parking passes. If the weather in your region doesn’t cooperate year-round, take advantage of public transportation or rideshare programs like Uber and Lyft. Or ride the bus.

2. Add Some Green…Literally
When going back to school shopping, many college students forget about nature’s best decor – plants! Whether you purchase a maintenance-free orchid or a selection of low-light herbs, adding some living greenery to your dorm promotes wellness and adds a vital boost of CO2. Live plants are less expensive and less harmful to the environment than floral bouquets. Plus thriving indoor produce garden could help you curb that dreaded freshman 15!

3. Know What Can #BeRecycled
Planning a party for your friends (or the entire campus)? Check your school’s recycling options before you shop for supplies! Make a conscious effort to purchase only decor and disposable cups that are recyclable and set up clearly-labeled recycling containers for partygoers to use when they’re done with their bottles or cans. If your event is for a campus-wide organization (like a fraternity or a social club), your group might even get special recognition for being green from the Office of Sustainability. Read this brochure about what to recycle.

Some campuses only recycle certain grades of plastic. Check your school’s sustainability site before buying party supplies.

4. Limit Your Consumption
Yes, you’re an adult and your parents are no longer around to clean up after you. So now it’s up to you to conserve water while brushing your teeth and flip the light switch when leaving the room. Feel like going eco-crazy? Open the windows on a breezy day to limit your A/C use. There are countless ways to cut back on consumption without affecting your lifestyle, and college is a great place to start.

5. Clean Out Your Closet
Dorm rooms are too tiny to hold onto past memories. Clean out your closet and drop off into your neighborhood ATRS Recycler before you move! This will streamline your move-in day on campus and save precious space, leaving less for you and your roommate to argue about. Besides, will you really ever wear those pesky XXL t-shirts from random university events again?

Following these green college tips doesn’t just lessen your carbon footprint. It also helps build environmentally-friendly habits to carry you through future chapters of your life. Start developing your eco-conscience this year and make our green tips and resources a part of your everyday life.

The above information comes from Our Green Tomorrow.

For more green tips or to share yours, follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Updated: 8/8/2016 12:48:41 PM
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