Merrill Williams is blazing new trails in her life thanks to personal dedication and higher education opportunities.
Bryan Daniels is on track to graduate with a bachelor of applied science (BAS) from Clover Park Technical College.
Duyen Le won a prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship while attending South Seattle College. Now she's studying banking at a university.
He hoped to one day be the manager at a fast-food restaurant, but Timothy Woodiwiss ended up using his community-college degree as a springboard to something much more ambitious: medical school.
Nine Washington community colleges — including seven in the Puget Sound region — are on the list of the nation's 150 best, as picked by the nonprofit Aspen Institute.
In one of the first comprehensive looks at community-college-graduation rates for students from South King County, one fact stood out: Full-time students graduated at a much higher rate than part-time ones.
Now is the time for students--including DREAMers--to apply for financial aid. People who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens can file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). People unable to file the FAFSA due to immigration status, can file the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA). Both applications are open. The priority deadline for state financial aid programs, which include the State Need Grant and College Bound Scholarship, is February 1.