Clark College to hold 85th Commencement ceremony June 17 | Congratulations to SPSCC Class of 2021 | How students at EWU, SFCC are helping local governments with cybersecurity protection | Roderick Morrison joins TCC as Vice President of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion | Parent Education Program at Bellevue College faces budget cut vote | SPSCC welcomes Dr. Tysha Tolefree as VP for Finance & Operations | Pushing past the pandemic: SVC environmental conservation program returns to the field | Governor tours new Edmonds College STEM and nursing building | Nursing, Geology instructors named recipients of Centralia College’s 2021 Exceptional Faculty Award >>
Columbia Basin College’s student resource center hits halfway point in construction | At 15, local girl graduating from Centralia College with high honors | PT student takes ‘Best in Show’ at Peninsula College’s High School Art Exhibition | Fundraising update | Private chef, former restaurateur decided during the pandemic to help teach others | ‘Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey’ screening Thursday | Centralia College instructor earns 2021 Faculty Member Award from Washington State Association of College Trustees | Tacoma Community College commencement parade June 12 | As local government cyber attacks grow, network of colleges becomes first line of defense | Skagit Valley College making plans for summer, fall | Centralia College receives federal grant for Taiwan study abroad program | 3 Edmonds College students present research | Diversity training on WA college campuses will soon be mandatory | A career propelled by MentorLinks >>
Bellevue College student wins prestigious national scholarship | Local undocumented students eligible for federal pandemic assistance, Biden administration rules | Grays Harbor College plans ‘hybrid’ graduation ceremony June 25 | 'Fauci Effect' fueling a rise in medical school applications | Wenatchee Valley College rec center collaborates with local Riverfront Rock Gym | Editorial: From the newsroom: Passionate about a new generation | Columbia Basin College won't require COVID-19 vaccinations | Centralia College's new bachelor's degree program gets OK from the State Board | Lower Columbia College to offer second bachelor's degree to meet demand for managers >>
Infrastructure legislation would pave way for colleges’ programs | ‘Jewel of the college’: Spokane Falls Community College ‘excited’ for new fine arts, photography facility | CBC planning unique two-day graduation | Clark College alumnus receives Rising Star award | Partially blind pilot plans to fly around the world, after some guidance from a Bellevue College program | Marchers carry signs that read 'racism is a public health crisis' during anti-racism rally in Wenatchee | Centralia College: COVID-19 vaccine ‘strongly encouraged’ but not currently required for students, staff | WVC’s Knights Hall in for big changes once the Wells Hall replacement is ready >>
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