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Kristyn Whisman, Dean of Corrections Education
Program Description: Edmonds Community College is contracted through the WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges by the WA Department of Corrections to offer pre-college and post-secondary level courses at the Monroe Correctional Complex in Monroe, WA. Course offerings include High School Equivalency preparation courses, English as a Second Language, various vocational program courses, Job Seeking Skills, and College Readiness.
Degrees Offered: Our students are eligible to receive up to a one-year vocational certificate.
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Headquarters: Monroe, WA
Correctional Facilities Served: Monroe Correctional Complex
Population Served: We serve men in minimum, medium, maximum, and close custody facilities at the Monroe Correctional Complex.
Number of Students: Approximately 350
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College/University/Organization Partnerships: Edmonds Community College
Funding: Our program is funded directly by WA Department of Corrections state funds. Each year, we receive an allocation of state funds to offer our college/DOC approved programs within the correctional facility.
Program Evaluation: Programs are evaluated through both local Edmonds Community College processes, as well as a DOC process to determine the program effectiveness within the institution.