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Mission Statement

Renton Technical College prepares a diverse student population for work, fulfilling the employment needs of individuals, business and industry.


Renton Technical College will be the premier technical college in Washington State preparing students for certificates, associate and baccalaureate technical degrees.


  • Student Focused - their success is our success
  • Quality - without compromise
  • Integrity - to say and do what is right
  • Respect - for the diversity of people and feelings, ideas and resources
  • Service - to our customers and community
  • Teamwork - together, we will accomplish more

Core Themes

  • Workforce Education
  • Academic Education
  • Basic Skills
  • Student Access & Diversity
  • College Stewardship

Diversity Statement
“Renton Technical College values diversity and is committed to promoting healthy relationships and respect for differences. This is accomplished through awareness and the ongoing development of the knowledge and skills necessary to learn, work and live in a diverse community”

Equal Opportunity
Renton Technical College is committed to non-discrimination in all of its educational and employment activities, and to provide equal access to each of its educational programs and activities, and employment opportunities. This policy shall apply to all students and applicants for admission, as well as all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; sex; sexual orientation; genetic information; marital status; age; the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability; or whether a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran. Questions regarding the college affirmative action policies, harassment or discrimination should be directed to the Director of Human Resource Development at (425) 235-7873. Accommodations for both physical and mental disabilities should be directed to Student Services at (425) 235-2352, ext. 5544.