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2016-2017 Catalog SVC [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Campus and Center Maps



Mount Vernon Campus

2405 East College Way
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
360.416.7600
Toll Free: 1.844.2SKAGIT
www.skagit.edu

Driving Directions

From Interstate-5, take Exit 227, College Way:

  • North Bound: Turn right onto E. College Way
  • South Bound: Turn left onto E. College Way

Continue on East College Way. Once you pass the traffic signal on LaVenture, you will see the college on your left. The main entrance is off of College Way, 1/4 mile past LaVenture.

Whidbey Island Campus

1900 SE Pioneer Way
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-3099
360.675.6656
www.skagit.edu

Driving Directions

The Whidbey Island Campus is located on Whidbey Island.

From the North:

  • On I-5, take Exit #230 and drive west on Hwy. 20.
  • Watch for the lighted intersection and sign to Oak Harbor.
  • Turn left at light and follow Hwy 20 to Oak Harbor.
  • Turn left at Midway Blvd.
  • Turn left at SE Pioneer Way.

From the South:

  • Take the Washington State Ferry at Mukilteo.
  • Continue north on Hwy 525 to Oak Harbor.
  • Turn right on SE Pioneer Way.

Parking

Designated parking on the Mount Vernon Campus includes staff, student, student carpool, parking for individuals with disabilities, and visitor spaces. Parking is available on a “first-come, first-served” basis in the areas designated as shown on campus maps. Maps are available on the SVC web-site, at the information desk in Lewis Hall or the Security Services Department in the lobby of the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center building.

SVC students are required to park in a student parking lot between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. and have a parking permit decal (Mount Vernon Campus only) visible on their car. Students may not park in staff or visitor parking spaces at any time. Parking permit decals may be obtained at the Security Services Department in the lobby of the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center. This rule is strictly enforced and citations will be issued. If you receive a citation, a block will be put on your student ID until your fine is paid. You may pay the fine at the MV cashier in the Lewis Hall building or the Whidbey Island cashier in the Old Main building. If you fail to pay your fine(s), you will not be able to register for the next quarter, get your grades (including official transcripts), or receive your financial aid check.

If you have any questions please visit the Security Services office in the lobby of the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center building or call 360.416.7777.

Safety & Security

SVC is an inherently safe college; however, it is subject to many of the same problems that occur from time to time in the community. The following information is intended to make you aware of what safety measures are available to you.

The Mount Vernon Security Office is located in the Security Services Office in the lobby of the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center. Campus Security personnel are on duty seven days a week. Security Services personnel patrol the campus regularly and can be reached via their cell phone at 416-7777, or by calling from any of the red security phones in the buildings. Each of the student parking lots is equipped with an emergency radio call-box that will connect you with Security Services staff.

The Whidbey Island Campus Security Office is located in Old Main 115. Campus Security personnel are on duty Monday-Thursday 9am-10pm, Friday 9am-5:30pm, Saturday 8am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm. Security Services can be reached at 360.770.5393.

On the Mount Vernon Campus, Lost & Found is located at the Security Services Office in the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center building and the Library front desk. On the Whidbey Island Campus, Lost and Found is located in the Enrollment Services Office.

Campus Security Services also provides assistance with:

  • Locking/unlocking buildings
  • Dead batteries
  • Escorts to and from parking lots at nighttime or upon request
  • Parking assistance at start of quarter
  • Parking regulations and enforcement
  • Enforcing smoking policies
  • Enforcing skateboard and bicycle policies
  • Coordinating emergency contacts as indicated
  • The overall security of the campus.