Skagit Valley College graduate receives honor | Kris Johnson | New web portal helps equip young people for a post-pandemic future | Edmonds College receives First-gen Forward designation, national honor for commitment to first-generation student success | Peninsula College exhibit, lecture focuses on Manzanar | Spokane, North Idaho community colleges contend with plunging enrollment during COVID-19 pandemic | Edmonds College Foundation to hold annual fundraising gala virtually April 21-24 | What are your local Federal Way leaders reading? | Exciting construction projects underway at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | “Good Things Come in Small Packages” at March 19 One Minute Film Festival | Clark College students get free C-Tran passes | UW professor uses hairstyles, beauty to discuss race, gender bias | Up to 5,000 people a week could get COVID-19 vaccine at this Bellingham site starting in March >>
Studium to explore public programming | More than $1 million available to Walla Walla Community College students | Peninsula College touts medical assistant program | Bill addresses mental health among college students | Earth Day founder Denis Hayes leads talk on Pacific Northwest | WCC community and adult classes | Gesa announces new CBC co-branded debit card to raise funds for the CBC Foundation >>
Shoreline Community College President announces 2022 retirement | Clark College to cut $25 fee for admissions application | Then and Now: Spokane Community College | Proposed new vocational building would be 'game changer' for LCC, community | New CBC student recreation center in the works >>
WVC faculty rise to the challenge of online learning | In Basket: Feb. 7, 2021: Education | Pierce College one of 10 chosen for national equity academy | Edmonds College instructor elected president of national digital forensics board | Clark College receives grant for vet services | Editorial: Maintain investment in higher ed and its students | Pierce College Puyallup remodel project to create welcoming space for students, staff | Creative Retirement Institute class to explore the sense of smell and fragrance | CBC’s dental hygiene clinic provides low cost services for the community >>
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