Columbia Basin College says
Founded in 1955, Columbia Basin College (CBC) has served Benton and Franklin counties for more than half a century.
As a public institution, CBC continually expands and renovates programs and structures to meet the community's needs. The enrollment of the College has grown from 299 students in 1955 to more than 7,500 students per quarter today. Still, CBC maintains small class sizes averaging between 22-50 students per class and a talented caring faculty.
Located in the Tri-Cities, Washington, (Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick) population 150,000, CBC's main campus is in Pasco, and it's Health Science Center is located in Richland.
CBC is accredited by the Northwest Association of Colleges and Universities and offers Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Associate in Arts & Sciences (AA), and Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (BAS) degrees, as well as one-year certificates, GED, and High School Completion.
The school colors are Columbia blue, navy blue, and white, the mascot is the Hawk, and CBC's athletic teams play in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) league.
Below are links to pages on this website that provide further information about the College.