The Washington Council

The Washington Council

The Washington Council for High School-College Relations operates for educational purposes, and is organized to assist all Washington state students to access and engage in post-secondary opportunities at its member institutions.

Welcome to ICRC


The Intercollege Relations Commission is a unit of the Washington Council on High School College Relations. The Commission was formed in 1970 as a successor to the Commission on College and University Relations.


Our goal is to facilitate transfer between institutions for all students pursuing baccalaureate degrees in Washington State. Our members meet twice per year for the purpose of information dissemination and education. In addition, ICRC works closely with the Washington Student Achievement Council (formerly, Higher Education Coordinating Board), Council of Presidents, Articulation & Transfer Council, Joint Transfer Council (formerly, Joint Access Oversight Group), the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, and other groups when needed to assist with projects related to transfer articulation and higher education legislation.


Membership is comprised of representatives appointed by the presidents of all public baccalaureate universities and community and technical colleges, as well as many independent colleges and universities in Washington State.


ICRC Revised Handbook 2018

Join the ICRC Listserv  (College and Agency Access Only)


2018-19 ICRC Meeting Info


Register HERE for the Spring 2019 Meeting April 11-12 at Central Washington University!

Please note: Meeting registration is important to ensure an accurate count for catering and other purposes, even if you paid ICRC dues in the fall.


Spring 2019 ICRC Meeting Agenda

ICRC Travel Grant Application


CWU Campus Map

Parking information: Parking lots are highlighted in pink on the campus map. Parking lots have kiosks in the driveway, and ICRC attendees will need to purchase a parking pass for each day ($5 per day).

CWU Driving Directions


Ellensburg hotel information (Suggestions below)

Best Western Plus Lincoln Inn (509) 925-4244 – Government rate until April 1 at $94.00 single/$104.00 double – 10 rooms blocked*
Comfort Inn
(509) 925-7037– Government rate $94.00, 10 single kings, 19 dbls, 2 ADA accessible blocked* (no end date)
Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center
(509) 925-9800 – Government rate until April 1 at $94.00 – 30 rooms blocked* but more are available upon request
Super 8 
(509) 368-6888– $68 singles, $78 doubles before taxes
Holiday Inn Express
(509) 962-9400 -- No government rate – $139.99 per room
Hampton Inn
(509) 933-1600 -- No government rate - $159.00 dbl queen/$169.00 single king

*Note:
Room blocks have been booked for Thursday, April 11th only. If you plan to arrive in Ellensburg on Wednesday, state that you are with ICRC and ask if the government rate will apply to April 10 as well.


Click HERE to review Fall 2018 Minutes and Presentations.


Welcome to Washington Council

Welcome to the Washington Council for High School-College Relations (WCHSCR) website. The Washington Council operates for educational purposes, and is organized to assist all Washington State students to access and engage in post-secondary opportunities at its member institutions. If we can be of service to you in your work with students, please contact any our Executive Secretary or any of our Board Members at info@washingtoncouncil.org

Contact Us

Washington Council Contact Information
Lucretia Folks, Executive Secretary, info@washingtoncouncil.org  
PO Box 2315
Olympia, WA 98507-2315