CBC Officially Re-Opens Campuses for Full In-Person Services
Posted Date: November 17th, 2021PASCO, Wash. – Following 18 months of mostly remote operations, Columbia Basin College
(CBC) has officially re-opened its campuses for in-person services, while maintaining
online services for those who prefer to access resources remotely.
Columbia Basin College
By: Jay Frank
CBC, recently named a Top 150 U.S. Community College by the prestigious Aspen Institute,
offers a wealth of resources to support student success, including: free individualized
tutoring in the Academic Success Center; Career Services for the development of essential
career readiness skills; “one-stop shop” support for registration, financial aid and
more in Hawk Central; well-being resources to support mental health; workplace re-entry
training and guidance through the Workforce Education Center; COVID-19 emergency funding
for students who have experienced exceptional need due to the pandemic; and much more.
These resources were all accessed remotely by students since March of 2020, when all
Washington colleges and universities were required to operate online in response to
the spread of COVID-19.
CBC’s Pasco campus is located at 2600 N. 20th Ave., while CBC also operates its Richland
Health Science Center and its Richland Medical Science Center near Northgate Dr. and
Mansfield St. in Richland. CBC’s Pasco campus is serviced by Ben Franklin Transit’s
Routes 225 and 268. CBC’s Richland campus is positioned near the Ben Franklin Transit’s
Knight Street Transit Center.
Winter quarter begins January 3, and students can continue to apply through December
12 for winter quarter. Visit the college’s application page to learn more.
For more information on resources available to CBC students, visit the college’s website.