Getting to EvCC

Bus, Bike & Carpool

Everett is proud to be home to Everett Community College (EvCC), located at the northern end of the city. EvCC educates, equips, and inspires each student to achieve personal and professional goals, contribute to our diverse communities, and thrive in a global society.

There are many ways to get to EvCC. A permit is required to park on campus.

Bus Routes

These are bus routes that will get you directly from the listed destination to EvCC. There are many other bus routes that will get you to Everett, but require a transfer. You can plan your trip with our trip planner

Don't forget to pick up a Student ORCA card!

From Everett Transit Skagit Transit Island Transit Community Transit
Burlington - 90X - -
Camano Island - - 412 -
Everett 4, 717, 29 - - 201/202
Lynnwood - - - 201/202
Marysville - - - 201/202
Mt Vernon - 90X - -
Smokey Point - - - 201/202
Stanwood - - 412 -

Bicycling

There are many bike-friendly routes through Everett and Snohomish County that will get you to EvCC. You can download the Snohomish County Bicycling and Trail Map to help you find your way. 

You can also take your bike on the bus. Learn more on our Bikes on the Bus Web page.

Carpooling & Vanpooling

Carpooling or vanpooling are great ways to get to EvCC that will save you money and get you some great parking benefits. Visit RideshareOnline.com to find someone to ride with. You can also sign up for some great reward programs throughout the year.

Maps & Schedules

Download a brochure with transit schedules, area map, campus map and more. An image of the area map is below.

Map of north Everett area transit and bicycle routes