Pierce College District
Lakewood, WA, USA


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Key Admission Stats

Institution Type
  • Coed

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This school may consider an applicant’s financial situation when deciding admission

Level of Institution
4 Year
Campus Setting
Small city
Transfer Students Admitted

Admissions Requirements

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AP Course Credit
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Dual Enrollment
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Important Deadlines

Test Optional
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Application Fee
Applications Accepted
Rolling Admissions
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Admitted Student Stats

In-State Students
Students Enrolled By Household Income

< $30k
$30k - $48k
$48k - $75k
$75k - $110k

Admissions Resources

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For Students with Disabilities: visit page
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What Students Are Saying

Definitely consider Pierce College as a main choice. As a community college, the staff is very friendly and are always willing to help you get to the next step in your educational career. The resources available to you are vast and wide so you'll never get stuck.
Joon from Lakewood, WA
Know what you want/need.
Find out what degree you want and what classes you need, because you will get little to no help from the office and advising staff.
Make an academic plan, and if you plan to transfer, start getting connected with any prospective schools to find out what they require of you, so you don't waist time and money.
Angela from Tacoma, WA
I refer potential students to Pierce College regularly.
Linda from Puyallup, WA
Ask questions if your unsure, they have answers for all your questions and more.
Sharon from Spanaway, WA
1) Look into the TRiO program, especially if you are a first-generation college student. They help you find funds for tuition, and can help you find job opportunities later. Also, put the career center to good use. 2) Make friends with the financial aid department. I was able to get extensions for my payments when I knew it was gonna be late, all because I was cheerful and friendly. 3) Talk with an adviser regularly. They can help you find a path and make a plan for it, even if it's not in their department.
Gretchen from Lakewood, WA