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Poulsbo Campus

Poulsbo Campus

Olympic College Poulsbo is a 39,000 square foot facility located on a 20-acre campus in North Kitsap County. It is located in the Northwest corner of the Olhava Development, off of Highway 3 near the 305 exit. The campus provides convenience for students from Bainbridge Island and the northern part of the Kitsap Peninsula. A variety of credit and non-credit courses are available at this award-winning facility.

Getting Started

Visit the Getting Started at Poulsbo Campus page for information on applying and enrolling.

Instructional Programs

Associate Degrees in Arts and Sciences  (AA & AS)

  • College level freshman and sophomore courses for transfer
  • Running Start (college level classes for high school students)

Transfer Degree Planner 2010 - 2011

Associate in Technical Arts Degree (ATA) - Professional-technical programs:

  • Accounting certificate and degree
  • Business Management certificate and degree
  • Computer Information Systems certificate and degree
  • Office Technology certificate and degree


SAT Testing Dates

Campus Resources

  • State-of-the-art classroom technology
  • Poulsbo Library. Modern research resources with librarian
  • Drop-in computer lab
  • Bookstore (open First two weeks and Last two weeks of each quarter)
  • SGOC (Student Government of Olympic College)
  • Distance learning options
  • Flexible scheduling for day, evening and weekend students
  • On-site advising, registration and fee payment
  • WiFi (wireless Internet access)
  • Bookstore
  • Tutoring center
  • Liberal Arts lab for Art, Drama, and Music
  • Physical Therapy Assistant program
  • Education "in your own backyard" with core classes, transfer degree options, university partnerships, non-credit classes, and much more!

Did you know that Western Washington University has partnered with Olympic College and is offering more degree options at the Poulsbo campus? You can get your Bachelor's degree "in your own backyard!"

For more information about Western Washington University, call 360-394-2733 or email Western.Peninsulas@wwu.edu