International Student and Faculty Services (ISFS)


At Peninsula College we believe international students are a vital part of our college community, enhancing our emphasis on academic excellence and achievement and our deep commitment to the study of global issues. In return, we offer students from all around the world a unique opportunity to study in an amazing natural environment and the opportunity to become a member of a college community where diversity is valued and honored. We look forward to welcoming you.

Dr. Luke P. Robins
President, Peninsula College

The International Student & Faculty Services Office at Peninsula College provides services to international students attending the college. Our multilingual staff is always ready to provide information and help on academic concerns, immigration procedures, transcript evaluation, and transferring to universities.  We also provide assistance to U.S. students who wish to study abroad and faculty exchange programs.


Featured Parent Testimonial ~ Wijaja Family

“We sent our son, Joshua Adiel Wijaja to study in Peninsula College (PC) in Port Angeles and we are very pleased and satisfied with our decision.   PC is one among few colleges in Washington State that also offer Bachelor degrees. It makes PC a college with high ratio of PhD teachers and it also gives students more transfer options.

Its size is ideal; teachers and student advisers are warm and they know all students in person not just by numbers. It helped my son to feel at home and always be on track with his study.

Port Angeles is a very nice little town with a very warm and safe community.  It has much fewer distractions for students as compared to big cities. It is also very beautiful, surrounded by snowy Olympic Mountain and water. These things give us parents peace of mind.
The cost of living in PA is lot less than the cost of living in big cities and yet it is located not far from Seattle. This really helped us optimize our finances.

Now my son has been accepted to study and soon will transfer to Electrical Engineering Program at University of Washington.”

Welly Wijaja and Soetjiati Sie (Jakarta, Indonesia)