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News Links | July 16, 2020

July 16, 2020

EvCC students win accounting competition | Opinion: Unlocking the potential of prison education | Not just a preschool: Eastside Cooperative Preschool’s commitment to community | SVC faces cuts—All three campuses will feel impacts of budget shortfall | As government rescinds proposed rule, foreign students anxious | Centralia College offers alternative high school graduation path for Mossyrock and Morton students | International students: Find community college fit | ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges | Thinking outside the box, CPTC faculty make hands-on programs accessible for online learning | Pierce College Dental Hygiene Clinic reopening July 13 >>

News Links | April 16, 2020

April 16, 2020

WVC receives $2.4 million coronavirus grant | $35,000 donation will aid Spokane community college students impacted by COVID-19 | Options for international students denied U.S. college admission | Edmonds College is the new name as school drops ‘Community’ | TCC's fully online Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Health Information Management earns accreditation >>

News Links | April 7, 2020

April 07, 2020

Campus zero | Edmonds CC extends remote operations through May 10, all spring classes online | Peninsula College goes online for 2020 spring quarter | Washington state students working their way through college are hard-hit by coronavirus | Wenatchee Valley College extending closure of campuses to May 4th | EvCC Student Senate purchases $175,000 in Chromebooks for students without computers | Aviation tech alumnus soaring to master's degree | Arts during COVID-19: Rhymes with a reason >>

News Links | January 14, 2020

January 14, 2020

Developing dynamic professional relationships | Big Bend Community College president search narrowed to five finalists | Bellevue College serve Eastside families through parent-infant classes | Clark College instructors strike at Vancouver school | Big Bend former trustee granted emeritus status | The healing power of horses | Struggling to pay for dental care? CBC now offers help for Tri-Citians | GHC Opera Workshop presents ‘The Magic Flute’ this weekend | Highline College Health and Life Sciences Building opens in January | Going for the green | Life lessons inspire new Adulting 101 class at Clark College | Secretary of State Kim Wyman presents SPSCC Culinary Arts and Catering team with awards | See modern feminism expressed through ceramics at EdCC exhibit | Creative Retirement Institute: Subjects that matter - Guest View | Low-income students get tuition-free training for tech careers thanks to Seattle-area partnership >>

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