Monica L. Hospenthal is the program Co-Director/advisor for all EWU at Pierce College Expanded BSDH Degree Program students.
Please do not contact general advising on the main campus at EWU for advising or application questions.
Yakima and Tri-Cities area Applicants:
The EWU at Pierce site offers students in the Yakima and Tri-Cities areas an innovative option to earn their BSDH degree partially via Interactive Television (ITV). This reduces your travel to the Pierce College campus in Lakewood, WA. Please contact the Pierce Co-director for more information about this innovative option.
Apply online to EWU and pay the $50.00 application fee. The online application is available through Eaglenet or at the following link: http://www.ewu.edu/Apply.xml
$42.00 dental hygiene application fee receipt (paid through your account in Eagle Net http://eaglenet.ewu.edu/ . Follow the below steps:
Download the Degree Completion Online Application and Checklist (This is a fillable pdf file to be completed on your computer. Adobe Reader is required to download the application. This is a free download and you may get it here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/)
Complete the pdf fillable EWU at Pierce BSDH Expanded Degree Program application online including your EWU student ID number, save to your computer, and finally print the completed form to send to your site Co-director. Handwritten applications will not be accepted.
Complete the Major Declaration Form.
This is a fillable pdf, complete on your computer by filling in:
Monica Hospenthal, R.D.H., M.Ed.
9401 Farwest Drive S.W.
Lakewood, WA 98498-1999
Applications must be submitted no later than July 1st fall enrollment.
Applicants may be accepted mid-year, but you will not be eligible to register for the practicum series classes (DNHY 485, 486, and 487 or DNHY 491, 492, and 493) as they must be taken in sequential order starting fall quarter.
Note for Eastern Washington and Port Angeles area applicants: We hope to link weekly courses to students from the East side or Peninsula area from Pierce College to eliminate traveling to the Pierce campus in Lakewood, WA. Please contact Monica Hospenthal to discuss whether this option is available. Further, students must travel two to four times per quarter for the non-weekly meeting courses. However, students may always take any class by traveling to Pierce College Fort Steilacoom.
Disclaimer: The distant linking of the course is not guaranteed to the student and it is the responsibility of the student to attend courses if this arrangement is terminated.
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