News Links | May 23, 2023
Skagit Valley College hosted members of Native American communities over the weekend at its All My Relations
Powwow. The first annual powwow in 1991 was titled All My Relations ...
Skagit Valley Herald, May 22, 2023
... as Walla Walla Community College positions itself for the future, I am extremely positive about how the college is
able to serve our students, employers, and communities.
Union-Bulletin, May 21, 2023
Sometimes small schools earn big results. Spokane Falls Community College’s theater won a national award in April at the Kennedy Center American College Theater
The Spokesman-Review, May 20, 2023
Clark College, in partnership with the Washington State Arts Commission, has selected an artist
for the Advanced Manufacturing Building for its Boschma Farms campus in Ridgefield.
Columbian, May 20, 2023
... Representative Steve Bergquist is a public school teacher who has also been a
small business owner. The Renton Promise will allow qualified students to attend Renton Technical College after high school.
KIRO News Radio, May 19, 2023
Peninsula College is on track to offer a brand new program this fall for students to pursue a degree
in Behavioral Health and be eligible for any number of jobs right here in our own
My Clallam County, May 19, 2023
... The automotive technology department at Clark College, which includes two programs — the Toyota Technical Education Network training center
and the Dick Hannah Initiative for Technician Education with Clark College.
Columbian, May 19, 2023
The Yakima Valley College Foundation has presented over 180 Yakima Valley College students more than $700,000 in scholarship awards for the 2023-2024 academic year,
an average of $4,000 per student.
NBC Right Now, May 18, 2023
Lower Columbia College is saying goodbye to its president of more than a decade, who announced his retirement
Wednesday. Chris Bailey has served since 2011 and on Jan. 1 will have his last day
as LCC president.
Daily News, May 18, 2023
Edmonds College’s Kristen NyQuist was awarded the Professional Staff Member Award during the 2023 Washington
State ACT (Association of College Trustees) spring conference.
My Edmonds News, May 18, 2023
Higher Education & Politics
The Biden administration wants to use the earnings of adults who didn’t go to college
as a new benchmark to gauge whether graduates of career education programs are gainfully
Inside Higher Ed, May 23, 2023
Survey of high school seniors suggests problems ahead for institutions that enroll
Black and Latino students and men. This could be a hard year for community colleges.
Inside Higher Ed, May 22, 2023
Community college students remain among the most diverse populations in higher education,
and recent mental health trends highlight a growing need for diverse services for
Inside Higher Ed, May 19, 2023
The U.S. Education Department (ED) on Wednesday released its highly anticipated rules
governing federal student aid eligibility for all Title IV-eligible certificate programs,
under the “gainful employment” (GE) language in the Higher Education Act (HEA).
Community College Daily, May 18, 2023