If a student has graduated high school within the past year, a student can use their high school transcript to obtain placement instead of taking the COMPASS test. Recent high school graduates can also use their Smarter Balanced Assessment scores to obtain placement instead of taking COMPASS. More details on placement are available at http://www.greenriver.edu/student-affairs/assessment-and-testing-center/placement.htm
If a student has taken an AP Calculus or Statistics exam in high school at any point in time and earned a score of 3 or higher, no additional math classes are required for the AAS-T or AA degree.
A BAS Degree is a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree focused on preparing students for a career. The BAS has fewer general education requirements than a BS or BA degrees. BAS Degrees are not generally designed for graduate school. However, Green River has articulation agreements with several graduate institutions, including Northeastern University in Seattle, Washington Governors University, and University of Washington-Tacoma.
To enter the BAS in Network Administration and Security, a student needs to have earned an associate’s degree or higher and have completed the following prerequisites, equivalent certifications, or equivalent industry experience:
All of the prerequisite classes listed above are part of the program of study for the AAS-T Information Technology: Systems and Security degree, Networking track.
If you have attended other colleges or universities and would like to use those credits at Green River, you must request official transcripts from the other colleges or universities attended to be sent to:
Green River College
12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092
You should also request an unofficial copy be sent to yourself for advising purposes. Once official transcripts are on file at Green River, you must submit a Transcript Evaluation Request form to Enrollment Services. Results will be emailed to you in approximately 4 weeks.From there, we can determine which of your credits will apply toward your Green River degree.
Paying for college is a challenge for most students. In addition to Financial Aid, Green River provides several funding options to help eligible students with their college expenses. Please check out other funding options on our Money for College page.
Green River College is committed to the success of their student veterans and their families. We strive to be the most veteran-supportive campus in the United States. We realize that these men and women bring a tremendous amount of life experience to our campus and our lives have been greatly enhanced by their personal sacrifice. To find out what we have to offer, visit Veterans Services.