Pierce College will continue to offer courses at Graham-Kapowsin High School spring quarter.
Open to all Pierce College students, courses have been selected to appeal to students with professional/technical degree interests or who plan to complete an associate’s degree and transfer to a four-year institution. Courses meet twice a week in the early evening to accommodate busy school and work schedules.
Spring 2018 Courses
- COLLG110 – College Success
- ENGL&102 – Composition II: Argumentation and Research
- HUM&101 – Introduction to Humanities
- MATH&146 – Introduction to Statistics
- NUTR&101 – Nutrition
- POLS&101 – Introduction to Political Science
- ESL courses
To find out more about the courses offered at Graham-Kapowsin High School and the evening program, in particular, we encourage you to attend an information session.
- Wednesday, February 28, 6–7:30 p.m.
- Tuesday, March 13, 6–7:30 p.m.
Graham Kapowsin High School Career Center
22100 108th Avenue East
Graham, WA 98338
How To Enroll
Currently enrolled Pierce College students may register online for courses by choosing “Graham” on the drop-down menu in the registration system.
Students new to Pierce College can visit our Get Started page to learn more about the steps for enrolling at Pierce College.
How to Get More Information
Attend an information session or contact:
- Teri Kendall at 253-864-3395 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deb Davolio at 253-912-2399 ext. 8788 or email@example.com
Who are the faculty teaching in Graham?
Pierce College Faculty from the Puyallup, Fort Steilacoom and JBLM campuses will teach the courses.
How can I change classes if I’m already registered for the PUY campus?
Using the online course schedule and the registration/scheduling tools, you can add or drop a course offered at any site, including Graham.
What about parking, tutoring and other resources?
Tutoring and other academic support services will be available to students enrolled at the Graham site. Parking is conveniently available for students.