Peninsula College is a public, comprehensive community college. It was founded in 1961 and is one of 34 community and technical colleges in the state of Washington. The College service district encompasses both Clallam and Jefferson Counties on the Olympic Peninsula.
The area’s topography is notable for its forests, mountains, rivers, lakes, and numerous watersheds, which have been central to its history and culture. The region is home to six Native American tribal reservations, which are dispersed across the North Olympic Peninsula.
The main campus is located in Port Angeles and occupies 75 acres in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. Extension sites are located in Forks, 57 miles west of Port Angeles, and in Port Townsend, 46 miles to the east. Peninsula College is the only resident institution of higher education on the North Olympic Peninsula.
View a demographic breakdown of the students by term enrolled, along with other quick facts such as percent of first-generation students and percent of students who work while attending classes. All percentages are displayed as a percent of the distinct count of students enrolled for that term.
View summarized enrollment data by term. This dashboard includes total headcount, total state FTE, top enrolled programs, and top completed programs, along with breakdowns by student type and full/part-time status. All percentages are displayed as a percent of the distinct count of students enrolled for that term.