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2017

Annual Report


Dear Friends of EvCC, One of the best parts of the 2016-17 school year was seeing hundreds of Everett Community College and Everett Junior College alumni visit the campus for our 75th anniversary celebrations. Former Everett High School principal Richard (Dick) Hanson was one of those alumni. Dick, who also served as assistant superintendent for instruction for the Everett School District before his retirement, had some great advice for our current students: “Remember, it’s not just what you learn, but the relationships you have with others.” We see the wisdom in Dick’s words reflected in the praise for faculty and staff from our 2017 graduates. Jeremy Allen, who earned his associate degree in technical arts through EvCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training & Education Center (AMTEC), said the support he received helped him overcome challenges and graduate. Jeremy said that “the college definitely feels like a family to me … I feel like a part of me will always be connected to the long history that has made EvCC what it is today.” We’re proud that you’re a part of our EvCC family. Students have dubbed that family Trojan Nation in honor of our Trojan mascot. Your support and the work of our board members, donors, legislators, community members, faculty and staff ensure the college will be here for students like Dick and Jeremy for generations. Thank you for helping our college and our students succeed. Go Trojans!

Sincerely,

Dr. David N. Beyer President

EvCC President David Beyer (right) with 2017 graduates Azizul Wahid, Meagen King, and Richelle Pidong.


Everett Community College Board of Trustees

Bob Bolerjack Everett

Gigi Burke Lake Stevens

Dr. Betty Cobbs Everett

Mike Deller Mukilteo

Toraya Miller Lake Stevens

Everett Community College Foundation Board of Directors Patsy Cudaback, YMCA

Kathy Nagie, Directors Mortgage

President: Deborah Wright, City of Everett

Carla Forney, Waddell & Reed

Vickie Norris, Anderson Hunter

Past President: Jerry Martin, ReMax

Bill Fulton, W. A. Fulton, CPA

Peter Sontra, Peoples Bank

President Elect: Thomas Brennan, Providence Regional Medical Center

Joni Grepo, Frontier Communications

Vikki Strand, Community Member

Andy Hall, Botesch, Nash & Hall Architects

Henry Veldman, Community Member

Mark Harmsworth, Washington State Representative 44th District

Mandi Wagner, KeyBank

OFFICERS

Vice President: Craig Chase, Moss Adams Executive Director/Board Secretary: John Olson, EvCC Foundation Treasurer: Charlie Chaffin, Community Member Executive Committee At-Large: Harold Kelly, Puget Sound Kidney Centers

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

Babette Babich, Everett Community College

VISION

Paul Kaftanski, City of Everett Dawn Laird, The Everett Clinic Pat Marker, Community Member Mike McGinnis, Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County

Everett Community College creates a better world one successful student at a time.

MISSION

Steve Wescott, The Everett Clinic

EX-OFFICIO

David Beyer, EvCC President Gigi Burke, EvCC Board of Trustees John Olson, Executive Director

We educate, equip, and inspire each student to achieve personal and professional goals, contribute to our diverse communities, and thrive in a global society.


By the Numbers

94 % of students WOULD RECOMMEND EvCC to a family member or friend.

According to EvCC’s Community College Survey of Student Engagement.

21% of EvCC students received needbased FINANCIAL AID in

10% Basic Skills

20%

44%

Academic

Vocational

26% Personal Interest

WHY STUDENTS ATTEND EvCC


1,219

ASSOCIATE DEGREES awarded

610

CERTIFICATES awarded in 2016-17.

121

31%

Students EDUCATED BY EVCC in 2016-17 (8,031 FTES).

TOP 5 PROGRAMS 1. General Liberal Arts & Sciences 2. Nursing Prerequisites

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS

students taking at least one eLearning (online or hybrid) class, 11 percent more than five years ago.

19,673

+11%

increase over last five years ago.

3. Business 4. Biology/Environmental Science 5. Engineering

$1,309

Quarterly TUITION for 2016-17 for 15 credits of state-support classes.


Student Success EvCC helps students find their path EvCC, which has earned national recognition for its efforts to help students complete their education and transfer to four-year schools or go to work, is developing new student success strategies. A key step is encouraging students to choose a program early, develop an academic plan with a clear path to reaching their goals, and get help following the plan. That approach is called Guided Pathways. EvCC was one of five community colleges in Washington state selected by College Spark Washington and the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges for a $500,000 Guided Pathways implementation grant in 2016. The grant funding is distributed over five years.

Students say they see a clear link between their success and advising. EvCC 2017 Honors program graduate Melanie Fischer credits her instructors with helping her map out a plan for her future. “Everett is a great place to grow on a personal level. You will meet inspiring teachers and fellow students. You will feel at home and well taken care of,” she said. Fischer, who earned an associate degree in business, is headed to Columbia University in the fall to study economics. “If I could, I would do it all over again,” Fischer said.


EvCC graduates Samantha Estrema, Deborah Woods, and Jaxon Kronberger celebrate before graduation.


Interior courtyard of the newest housing building, Cedar Hall.


Welcome Home! EvCC opens two new student housing buildings One year after EvCC opened its first student housing building, the college is moving students into a second – Cedar Hall.

along with the opportunity to feel connected to the college community,” said Lea Wasson, EvCC Assistant Director of Residence Life.

The new building joins the 120-room Mountain View Hall, where students have private rooms and bathrooms.

The residence halls offer exclusive activities for students living on campus, live-in staff and on-site class tutoring.

In the 132-bed Cedar Hall, students can share three- and four-bedroom apartments with living rooms and kitchens.

“It is very convenient for all students because classes are right across the street. And with 24 hour security, I feel very safe,” EvCC nursing student Sumire Moroto said.

All units in both buildings are fully furnished. Rent includes all utilities and wireless internet. “Students enjoy living in housing because of the convenience it affords them to have immediate access to their classes and campus resources,

Mountain View Hall exterior

For more information visit EverettCC.edu/Housing or email housing@everettcc.edu. EvCC student Richelle Pidong (center) cuts the ribbon for the college’s first student housing building, Mountain View Hall.

Students clean up inside of Mountain View Hall

Shiny new kitchens in Cedar Hall

Cedar Hall exterior


Innovation and Partnerships EvCC is the first college in the state to offer an advanced avionics program, which trains students to maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft electronic systems. The college created the program after hearing about the need for aircraft electronics technicians from industry. The Boeing Co., Delta AirLines, Alaska Arlines, Rolls Royce and regional avionics manufacturers helped develop the program.

Technical Customer Service Representative certificate student Cynthia Allen answers calls in the hands-on lab, a simulated call center environment designed to give students practical experience troubleshooting incoming customer questions, maintaining accurate electronic records and providing excellent customer service.

“This is the program our industry partners wanted and need. It meets the skills gap they have identified,” said Rob Prosch, EvCC associate dean for aviation. “Graduates with an Airframe & Powerplant license and an avionics certificate have great career opportunities.”

EvCC also recently added a cybersecurity analyst certificate, hospitality management degree and technical customer service program, which trains students to troubleshoot customer questions for companies like Comcast and the Snohomish County PUD. Partnerships also support student research at EvCC. The Rose Foundation awarded $22,656 to EvCC geography instructor Kerry Lyste to purchase sampling instruments for students to conduct ecological research in his Physical Geography 205 class. The research will help students gain a better understanding of the environmental challenges involved in protecting the Puget Sound region.


EvCC avionics students prepare to retrofit a flight deck panel.


EvCC 2017 graduate Ana Gutierrez and her family.

Cultural Pluralism and Global Readiness Ana Gutierrez found support and encouragement at Everett Community College. Then she became the one offering support and encouragement to other students. As a Dreamer Navigator, she mentored undocumented students, helping them achieve their goals. She also helped plan the college’s Students of Color Career Conference for more than 2,500

29% of EvCC students are students of color

middle and high school students and two Noche Entre Familia college information nights for Spanishspeaking families.

“Everyone at the Diversity and Equity Center helped me succeed. They were very supportive and they helped me grow as a person,” Gutierrez said.

She graduated in June 2017 with an associate degree and transferred to Grand Canyon University in Arizona, where she’ll earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology. After graduation, she wants to work as a high school counselor and earn a doctorate.

The center’s work is part of the college’s commitment to helping every student succeed and developing cultural competencies in students, faculty, and staff.


Faculty and Staff EvCC faculty and staff are recognized as experts in their fields, innovators, and student champions. In 2016-17, some of their awards included: * Earl Martin was named national Counselor of the Year by the American College Counseling Association. Martin, a faculty member who has worked for EvCC since 1990, was honored for his statewide leadership and longtime advocacy for counseling services at community and technical colleges. * Betsy Stam, a medical transcription and editing instructor who has taught at EvCC since 2003, received the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity educator of the year award. EvCC student Sarah Olson received the association's Rising Star award. * Michael Patching, an Advanced Manufacturing Training & Education Center (AMTEC) instructor, was a finalist for the national American Technical Education Association (ATEA) Outstanding Technical Teacher award. He has taught at EvCC since 2012. One of his students, Nicole Zupke, received the national ATEA student award for Notable Performance in Composite Design.

* Josh Searle, an EvCC Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA) English instructor, received a 2017 Washington State Anna Sue McNeill Assessment, Teaching and Learning award. Searle, a 15-year EvCC veteran, was recognized for his “extensive contribution to both teaching excellence and leadership� for creating interdisciplinary learning, English assessment and research. * Stephanie Doyle, Business and Applied Technology Division Program Coordinator; Jeanne Leader, Dean of Arts and Learning Resources; and Jerry Becraft, a manufacturing technology instructor, are EvCC's 2017 George Shuh award recipients. The Shuh award is the college's highest honor for EvCC employees. The award was established by local businessman George Shuh. His children Tom and Bette continue their father's legacy through their generous contributions to fund the awards.

EvCC George Shuh award winners Jeanne Leader and Stephanie Doyle.


Athletics After 31 years of working with EvCC athletes, Larry Walker will spend this fall cheering for the Trojans instead of coaching them. EvCC’s longtime athletic director and men’s Larry Walker basketball coach retired in November 2016. During his three decades at EvCC, he was integral in bringing back sports that had long ago been eliminated including baseball, volleyball and cross country.

Trojan baseball won the Northwest Athletic Conference North Division title and took second place in the league overall. Retired athletics director Larry Walker helped restart the college's baseball program in 2001 after a 19-year hiatus.

“During his career at EvCC, Larry has had a positive impact on athletes, coaches, colleagues and the community. Dozens of players have come through the program and become teachers, coaches and mentors to youth. Former players have coached at the high school and college level,” said John Olson, EvCC Vice President of College Advancement.

“Larry Walker has laid a tremendous foundation and I could not be more excited to serve as the athletic director at such a prestigious institution,” Studer said.

EvCC’s new Director of Athletics Garet Studer, who started work in July 2017, plans to build on Walker’s success.

For more information about EvCC’s athletic programs, visit EverettCC.edu/Athletics.

EvCC has 11 athletic teams including basketball, soccer, cross country, track and field, softball, volleyball and baseball.


EvCC Distinguished Alumni Duard King, Patti Safley, Gordon Cole, Natasha Habib, Lloyd Weller, Dick Hanson, and Cynthia Andrews.

Alumni

EvCC celebrated its 75th year by recognizing alumni from eight programs as Distinguished Alumni, the college’s highest honor. Cynthia Andrews is a broadcaster and consultant in Seattle. She was heavily involved in student activities, serving as student body president in her second year.

Natasha Habib and Sabrina Heppe are sisters who attended EvCC prior to completing dental school. Both are practicing dentists in the greater Seattle area.

Gordon Cole is one of the original cofounders of Kirtley-Cole. He later formed Corstone Enterprises LLC, an environmental site specialist and private development firm.

Duard King works for the Boeing Company as a senior manager on the 777X Horizontal Build Line. He returns to campus often to speak to prospective advanced manufacturing and engineering students.

Caryl Thorp DeJong retired from Moss Adams as a senior manager; she was a mentor to fellow alum Star Fischer along the way. Richard (Dick) Hanson is a 1955 graduate of Everett High School. He returned as a teacher and principal of Everett High School. He also served as assistant superintendent for instruction for the Everett School District.

Paul Matthaeus is an Emmy-award winning video producer and founder of the studio Digital Kitchen. He’s best known for creating the main titles for TV shows “Six Feet Under,” “Nip/Tuck,” “House,” “Rescue Me,” "True Blood" and “Dexter.” Patti Safley teaches at Whittier Elementary School in Everett. She attended EvCC and then completed her teaching degree from Western

Washington University's program located on the EvCC campus. Lloyd Weller was a student of noted EvCC art instructor Russell Day. He returned after graduate school and taught at the college for more than 40 years. He is a recipient of Everett's Cultural Arts Commission Art Educator of the Year award. Athletic Hall of Fame 2017 Jim Brady was a golfer for the EvCC Trojans in 1968. He was the state medalist that year, continuing the tradition of excellent golfers at the college. Kristina Schumacher played basketball for EvCC in 2006-07 and 2007-08. She left as the program's all-time leading scorer and averaged 20.8 points per game her sophomore year. She is currently the head coach at Inglemoor High School.


$4,573,478

Current assets for the EvCC Foundation as of June 30, 2017

151

$204,000

scholarships from the EvCC Foundation in 2016-17

from the EvCC Foundation in 2016-17

$1,500

$531,430

students received

Typical scholarship awarded by the EvCC Foundation

Total scholarship funding

Contributed by the EvCC Foundation in support of 31 college programs

EvCC Foundation 2005 scholarship recipient Dr. Luis Acevedo speaks at the Foundation breakfast.

EvCC Foundation Investing in education pays off In 2005, Luis Acevedo was working to finish his associate degree and become the first in his family to graduate from college. An EvCC Foundation scholarship helped pay for his education. Twelve years later, he’s a dentist for the nonprofit Sea Mar Community Health Center in Monroe. “If you need proof that your contributions provide life-changing education, my presence alone is a

demonstration of that,” he told attendees at the EvCC Foundation fundraising breakfast in April. After graduating from EvCC, Dr. Acevedo earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular and cellular biology from the University of Washington. He then attended the University of Washington School of Dentistry, where he received a doctor of dental surgery degree.

“When you donate, think about that there are a lot of individuals like me with a dream,” he said. “When I was in dental school, there were times I doubted myself. When I thought about giving up, I thought about the scholarships I received and that kept me going.” To contribute to the success of more students, donate online at EverettCC.edu/Foundation or call 425-388-9555.


Thank You

The Everett Community College Foundation is grateful for the generous support of these donors and the many people in our community who support our students and employ our graduates. If you would like to join our list of supporters, visit EverettCC.edu/Foundation to donate online or contact the EvCC Foundation office at 425-388-9555 or via email at foundation@everettcc.edu. Bilal Abdallah Monti and Maryanne Ackerman Dan Acosta Aerospace Futures Alliance Phil Akers Don Akira Linette and Patrick Albin Leanne Algard Wayne and Gayle Alkire David Allen Jan Allen Kenneth and Beth Allen Alternative Mechanical Solutions Inc. Amazon Smile Foundation American Association of University Women Dom Amor Chris Anderson Kay Anderson Anderson Hunter Law Firm Arlington Public Schools Monica and Randy Asahara Assistance League of Everett John Attebery Kathy Atwood Babette Babich Kelly Backstrom Maggie Bagwell Derick Baisa Laura Baker Peg Balachowski Howie and Melinda Bargreen Bargreen Coffee Company Kathy Baringer Susan Barker Barnes and Noble Bill Barnsdale Bob and Margaret Bavasi Larry Baxter

Chan Beattie Mark Beattie Janet Beatty-Adams Russell Beckley BECU Lisa Beers Kelly Howard and Lynn Behar Ron and Gail Behar John Bell Heather Bennett Christine Benson Linda Bentson and Dr. Laird Findlay Don Berkey Bob Bertoldi Chris Besancon David and Janelle Beyer Xiaopeng Bi Richele Blair James and Jeanne Blue Bogard Engineers Bob and Wanda Bolerjack Randy Bolerjack John and Stepheny Bonner Glorianne Bora Evelyn Botesch Botesch, Nash & Hall Alistair Bourdeaux Matt Bowers Tom Braaten Susan Bradshaw Karen Brasfield Mary Bredereck Mary Kaye Bredeson Tom Brennan Robin Brent Bridgeways Enterprises Bristlecone Advisors Amanda Brown Avery Brown

Martin Brown Michelle Brown Alice Brownstein Bob Broyles John Brozovich John Bruemmer Ed Buendia Gigi and Cory Burke Shelby Burke Jennifer Bush Tina Byrum Tony Campbell Tom and Sonya Campion Canteen Vending Bernard & Rosemary Carlsen Brad Casey Kesia Ceniceros Central Welding Supply Danica Chadwick Charlie Chaffin Alice Chamberlin Caleigh Chaplin Michael Chaplin Barbara Chapman Craig Chase Dick Chase Gene and Gloria Chase Rebecca Cherney Dale and Leslie Chihuly Children Count Foundation Lisa Chiou Leigh Christianson City of Everett Susan Clark Cynthia Clarke Melody Clemans Coastal Community Bank Betty Cobbs Kathy Coffey

Drs. Gary and Sue Cohn Gordon Cole Tom and Jane Collins Community Foundation of Snohomish County Compass Group Jim Congdon Marie Connelly Jamie Connochie Patti Connolly Trinity Conway Ronald Cook Michele Cooper Rick Cooper Debbie Copple Ryan Corley CORT Party Rentals Tom and Marilyn Councell Barb Counsellor Jack and Marilyn Courrier Jim Courrier Stephanie Coxon Jennifer Coyle Steve and Linda Cranfill Michael and Sheila Crehan Jim Croasdill Kimi Crombie Karen Crowley Patsy and Eiron Cudaback Lori Cummings Tricia Cunningham D.A. Davidson-Leach Wealth Strategies Group Beverly Davis Richard Davis Ryan Davis Caryl De Jong Patty DeGroodt Debra Deir Ronna DeLaVergne

If our list is incomplete or your name is listed inaccurately, please accept our sincere apologies and contact us at 425-388-9555 or foundation@everettcc.edu

Dell Bill Deller John Deller Mike and Cathy Deller John and Julie Dickson Bob Dingethal Directors Mortgage Gene Dobson Lynn Dollmeyer Kim Dotson Stephanie Doyle Holly Dresbeck Susan Dresser Bob and Cheryl Drewel Deanna Dunkin Smith Sheila Dunn Tammy Dunn Dave Duskin Kristie Dutton Dwayne Lane's Auto Family Yuki Eagleberger Charlie and Joni Earl East West Chanoyu Center Christie Eden Dayna Eden Haley Edwards Joel Edwards Mike Edwards Tamami Eggers Karen Ehnat Bruce and Barbara Eklund Debbie Emge Britta Eschete Rachel Escoto Carolyn Eslick Burt Estes Tina Evans Everett Firefighters Everett Port Gardner Rotary


Exterior Renovations Beverly Farb Tami Farber Naomi Farrell Ellen Felsenthal Robin Fenn Michael Fentress Sharyl Fisher Joy Fitzpatrick Fluke Corporation Deri Ford Carla Forney Scott Forslund Rie Fountain Claire Fraczek Lindsey Frallic Will Frankhouser Cassie Franklin Laurie Franklin Debe Franz Terry Freeman Pat French Al and Vicki Friedman Ashley Fuhrman Richard Fuhrman Bill Fulton John Furlong Donna Furuike Kim Fyfe Nalin Gada Mike Gaffney Tom and Sue Gaffney Visakan Ganeson John Gardner Clara Garner John Garner Tom and Susan Gaskin Rachel Gehrman Melissa Geraghty Allan Giffen Colin and Sheila Gilligan Lori Ginney Sally Gjendem Andrew Gobin Ronda and Michael Goettsch Geoff Goldfinch Dick and Susan Gourley Robert Grannum

Jerod Grant Dawn Gray Susan Green Janice Greene Teri Griggs James Grinde Denise Grunert Darrell and Debra Gulliford Karen Guzak James Hacker Stephen Hager Rich and Barbara Haldi Andy Hall Tania Halladay Eileen Hambleton Ken Hammond Pat and Joanne Hannah Ed and Andi Hansen Kirsten Hansen Mike and Kris Hansen Ronda Hansen Larry Hanson Richard and Helen Hanson Mal Harding Lacey Harper April Harris Jim Haugen Theresa Hausmann Jackie Hedgpeth Hexcel Rosalie Higashi Heather Hill Leila Hill John and Vicci Hilty Tom Hingson Arlene Ho Kevin and Jenny Hobbs Bavan Holloway Tami Hood Jeff Hooper Steve Horn Jennifer Howard Azrael Howell Jessica Hubly Doris Hummel Ruth-Anne Huston James Iles Inspirus Credit Union

David and Kirsten Iseminger J Mar Inc. Anne Jackets Alyssa Jackson JAMCO America, Inc. Roger Janssen Stan Jaworowski Jennifer Jennings Cheryl Jensen Katie Jensen Kent Jensen Tom Jensen Amy Johnson Dave Johnson Kris and Sharon Johnson Ross and Jane Johnson Ulla Johnson Dawn Jones Lisa Jones Paul Kaftanski Hil Kaman Yasu Kawamura Ted and Sandy Keaton C Ryan Keay Harold Kelly Christine Kerlin Lisa and Robert Kerslake Ken Kettler KeyBank Foundation Bob Killingstad Chris Killingstad Duard King Mikako Kizuka Julie Klein Juergen Kneifel Kathy Kneifel Robert Knight Robert Knipe Jessica Knoepfle David Koenig Sean Koenig Steve and Betsy Koepp Donna Konicki Tim and Kathy Koss Ken Kouchi Debbie Kovacs Koz Development

Kroger Ray Kubista Barb Kusler Ardi Kveven Michael Kvistad Kathleen Kyle Dawn Laird Lake Stevens School District Becky Lamboley Barb Lamoureux Karen Landry Kevin and Kim Lane Rosemary Lane Tom and Kjersti Lane Theresa Langan-Carabello Jim and Sharon Langus Kate Larsen Michael and Rebecca Larson Lorie Lauzon Marianne Le Jeanne Leader and Steve Ooton Katie Lee Matthew Lee Kristen Lemieux Mark Lewinski Alaron Lewis Chad and Patty Lewis Sharon Lewis Julie Lienhard Curtis Lillbridge Cherie Litson Kerri Lonergan-Dreke Bill Loomis Jane Loomis Jerome Loriou Shirley Lumia Laurie Lusier Becky Mackenstadt Denise Malm Karen Manley Pat Marker Bert Markovich Lisa Marone Jerry Martin Ambar Martinez Jon Mass Trina Massingale Rebecca Mathis

Cathy May Mark and Denise Mayberry Eugene McAvoy Pat and Claudia McClain Krista McClimans Wendy McClure Rebecca McCrary Jessie McGrath Lisa McKeirnan Sarah McKnight Gail McLean Douglas McNutt Karen McPeters Sandra Mejia Maddy Metzger-Utt Julie Mickelberry Mariah Millard Marci Miller Toraya Miller Deane and Leslie Minor Gail Miulli Lynn Mock Christine Monroe Monroe Public Schools Foundation Randle Montgomery Loretta Morgan Ed and Betty Morrow Esther Moss Moss Adams Richard and Lynne Munoz Dan Murphy Scott and Kippy Murphy Jacob Murray Gina Myers NAACP Snohomish County Kathy Nagie Jane Nakagawa Debbie Newbury Peter Newland Gary Newlin Anita Newman Carol Newman Eric and Margaret Newman Diana Nguyen Tieu Nguyen Linda Nichols Deanna Nield


Connie Niva NOAA Vickie Norris and J Leach North River Concrete Pumping Service Tara Nysoe O'Brien Autogroup Ocean Inquiry Project Josh O'Connor Larry O'Donnell Steve Okoniewski Jennifer Oldfield John and Mary Kate Olson Rosemary O'Neil Theresa Opstrup Tony Orso Osborn Architects Inc, PS Chayuda Overby Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association Brittany Padgett Pamela Pape-Lindstrom Heidi Patterson Jeff Patterson Jessica Pavish Jeffrey Pearce Meghan Pembroke Maria Pena PEO Sisterhood Everett Peoples Bank Penny Perka Kathy Perkins Ed Petersen John Petersen Beth Peterson DJ Peterson Seth Peterson Kaye Phinney Patrick Pierce Angela Pinto Paul Pitre Rebecca Potter Bev Preble John and Barbara Prochnau Rob Prosch

Dick and Shirley Prouty Providence Regional Medical Puget Sound Kidney Centers Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society Andreina Quezada Sharon and Joe Ralston James Ramirez David Rash Jean Raymond Bill and Marcella Reed Mark and Gayle Reed Robert Reese Cathy Reines Alexis Restad Ross Rettenmier Rosario Reyes Mary Rezac Jennifer Rhodes Dana Riley Black Karl Ritter Jean Roberts Robinett Investment Co LLC Michael Robins Elise Robinson Paolo Rocca Rubatino Refuse Removal Bill Rucker Dennis and Jill Ryan Safeway Fred Safstrom Deborah and John Sage Sara Sandford Christine and Todd Sandifer Jessie Sandvik Debra Sarich Katherine Schiffner and Bryan Fullerton Cheryl Schneider Dawn and David Schoenfeld Kirk Schulz Schwab Charitable Fund Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Elaine Scott Josh Scott Peter Scott Angelica Scroggins SEACAST

Nathan and Pamela Searle Seattle Foundation Robert and Patricia Sehlke Rich and Andrea Semon Josh Shaw Pamela Shelp Giles Shepherd James Shipman Karen Shoaf-Mitchell Tom Shuh Shirley Shular Angie Sievers Eileen Simmons Pat Sisneros Skate Deck Craig Smith Deka Smith Dennis and Terri Jean Smith Jason Smith Jennifer Smith Lisa Smith Richard and Mayumi Smith Wayne and Marcia Smothers Travis Snider Snohomish Sox Baseball Club Peter and Denise Sontra Sound Publishing Inc. South Seattle College Foundation Mark Southard Mike Spencer Carolyn Speyer Jane Squires Hart SRG Partnership Inc. Ariana Stafford William Stafford Laura Staley Betsy Stam Jessie Steiger Steven Steinle Megan Stenberg Deanna Stevens Kambria Stever Joyce Stewart Jessica Stickles Thomas and Rosemarie Stiger Shawna Stout Vikki Strand

Suanne Streby Donald and Mary Svela Nancy Swanson-Marschall John Syson Cyndy Tanguileg Kelsey Taylor The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Boeing Company The Everett Clinic The Everett Clinic Foundation The Gene Haas Foundation The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles Stefan Thom Jerry and Susan Thomas Thrivent Financial Brad Throssell James and Dana Tingelstad Greg Tisdel Trudy Tobiason Chelsea Tripp David Troupe Nancy Truitt Pierce and Joel Selling Bill Tsoukalas Tulalip Resort Casino Janis Tullis Connie Tune Judy Tuohy Cindi Turner Jenni Tyner Chimid Ulziisaikhan Umbra Cuscinetti, Inc. United Way of Snohomish County Universal Aerospace Co. Inc. University of Washington Bothell Louise Uyeda Miriam Valentine Jan Van Niel Vanguard Mike Vanquickenborne Lynne Varner Henry and Anita Veldman Erin Verhoeven Vine Dahlen & Co. PLLC Marci Volmer Vicki Von Stubbe W.A. Fulton CPA Mandi Wagner Richard Waldron

Avianca Walker Ken Walker Larry and Carey Walker Joyce Walker Briethaupt Joy Wanden Allison Warren-Barbour Washington State University Washington Trust Bank Kathy Watson Thom Watson John Weber Gary Weikel Heidi Weiss-Green Sharon Wellman Stephen and Debbie Wescott West Coast Entertainment Western Tire Chain LL Wewel WFSE Local 1020 Rich and Brenda White Joan Whittington Tim Whitty Amy Wilcox Laura Wild Rachel Wilkinson Downes Anthony Williams Kim Williams Lori Wisdom-Whitley Nancy Wollebek Women's Wellness Center Ka'ohe Wong Vern Woods Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory Deborah Wright WSECU Kathryn Wyatt Margery Wyatt Brett Wynne Jerry and Julie Wynne Kelley and Mark Yackley Alanna Yang YMCA of Snohomish County Natasha Zieroth-Chaumont Alex Zimmerman


Everett Community College’s annual report was prepared by EvCC’s Office of College Advancement, President’s Office, Instruction, Student Services, International Education, Athletics, and Institutional Research. Everett Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or age in its programs, activities, or employment. The Chief Diversity and Equity Officer has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies and can be reached at 2000 Tower Street, Everett, WA 98201, or by phone at 425-388-9979.

Everett Community College 2017 annual report  

Highlights from EvCC's 2016-17 academic year.