Thank you for your interest in Columbia Basin College (CBC)! CBC is a fully accredited two-year college located in the northwest region of the United States. It is in the city of Pasco, the southeastern section of Washington state.
International students who attend with an F-1 visa may earn an Associate Degree in Arts & Sciences or an Associate in Science Transfer Degree and then transfer to a four-year university. International students may also choose to earn an Associate in Applied Science-T; however, these degrees are not designed for transfer, although some classes may be accepted for transfer by baccalaureate degree institutions.
Please review the information and links below to assist you in getting started at CBC.
International Student Admissions Requirements
500 paper-based (PBT)
173 computer-based (CBT)
61 internet-based (iBT)
CBC's code: 4077
International students are required to pay the international tuition amounts for each term of study, regardless of their length of stay in Washington state. Students must provide evidence of financial responsibility for the entire length of time he/she is planning to study, as they are not eligible for financial assistance.
Opportunities for on-campus employment are extremely limited. International students are not eligible to work off campus except in some very special circumstances; they should assume no money or employment would be available from the College while they are attending CBC.
All international students are required to have major medical insurance. Students must purchase insurance through the College or provide proof of equivalent insurance from their own country.
Columbia Basin College does not have dormitories; however, near-campus housing is planned to come soon in 2017-2018. Information will be posted as it becomes available.
Registration and Grade Requirements
International students must enroll for 12 credits each quarter and maintain a 2.0 GPA. No more than one online class is allowed per quarter.
Students may begin any quarter. CBC has four quarters: fall, winter, spring, and summer. International students are allowed to take one quarter off per academic year, once they have completed three consecutive quarters.
What Happens After I Get Accepted to CBC?
Contact the International Student program for questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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