Olympic College is recognized as one of the top community colleges in the nation. In 2017, we received the Outstanding Partner of the Year for our long-standing apprenticeship program with PSNS & IMF. In 2015, we were honored by the Aspen Institute as one of the Top 10 Community Colleges in the nation. We serve 8,500 hundred students annually at campuses in Bremerton, Poulsbo and Shelton. Olympic College is home to one of the largest military-connected student bodies in the state. One of the fastest growing populations at the college is Running Start, with more than 1,000 high school juniors and seniors taking classes. Our close proximity to Seattle and high-transfer rate to prestigious universities, makes Olympic College an ideal destination for International Student. With numerous funding opportunities, many of our students graduate with little to no college debt. Our campuses offer state-of-the-art facilities with small class sizes, where faculty know you by name and are invested in your future.
Degrees & Certificates
Students can earn certificates in career-focused fields, and pursue associate degrees that transfer to universities in Washington and around the country. We offer five bachelor degrees at our Bremerton Campus, and partner with local and national universities to offer many more bachelor's degree opportunities without leaving Kitsap County. Visit our University Partners website to find out more.
Olympic College has three campuses in Kitsap and Mason Counties.
Olympic College Bremerton
Olympic College Bremerton is centrally located in Bremerton, Washington on a 33-acre site.
Olympic College Poulsbo
Olympic College Poulsbo is a 20-acre campus located in North Kitsap County providing convenience for students from Bainbridge Island and the northern part of the Kitsap Peninsula. A variety of credit and non-credit courses are available.
Olympic College Shelton
Olympic College Shelton is a 27-acre campus located in Mason County. The facility has computer labs, a media center, student services, study and social areas, and the Johnson Library.