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News Links | March 31, 2020

March 31, 2020

WWCC campuses closed but college offers full-range of classes, services online | WCC Health Professions Education Center employee tests positive for coronavirus | Networking - March 2020 | Arts during COVID-19: Home becomes classroom | The art show must go on, so SPSCC will put its Juror’s Invitational on social media | Endowment carries on masons' commitment to education | Dr. Thompson Tweedy named Big Bend's next president; first female president in BBCC history | Local schools ahead of e-learning curve | CBC shuts down Tri-Cities campuses because of coronavirus, moving most classes online | Making ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic | Edmonds CC to hold all spring quarter classes online | Edmonds CC students recognized as top Washington state scholars >>

News Links | March 19, 2020

March 19, 2020

LCC taking further precautions to reduce spread of COVID-19 | Andy Osborne revved up his career with CPTC programs | Handling clinicals, apprenticeships and more | CBC delays start of spring quarter. Classes move online to slow coronavirus spread | Wenatchee Valley College to close campus until March 23rd >>

News Links | March 17, 2020

March 17, 2020

Inside YVC's shift to mostly online learning | WCC, WWU delay start of spring quarter | Centralia College student tests positive for COVID-19 | Big Bend CC takes courses online due to COVID-19 | LCC expands math class changes to help more students succeed | Clark College restricts activities on campus | Letters: Transforming lives through education | Whitworth, Community Colleges of Spokane extend spring break; WSU cancels Mom’s Weekend | Grays Harbor College COVID-19 update | For homeless LCC student, Student Success Fund grant was a lifeline | Wenatchee Valley College to move most classes online, delay start of spring quarter | Edmonds CC campus closed to the public March 18-April 3, spring quarter start delayed one week | Area colleges adjust to coronavirus concerns | Edmonds CC moves most classes online, says campus visitor tested positive for COVID-19 | Two Clover Park students accepted to 2020 All-Washington Academic Team >>

News Links | March 12, 2020

March 12, 2020

Planning for coronavirus with fewer resources | Editorial: Lack of funding for two-year schools affects state economy | $6.5 million awarded to increase energy efficiency and reduce costs in state-owned buildings and facilities | WWU, WCC move all classes online after Whatcom County’s first COVID-19 diagnosis | Similar approaches for dealing with COVID-19 | WWCC's chief warrior resigns, reserving his strength for battle against cancer | Pierce College announces 2020 All-Washington Academic Team members | Schools changing plans amid COVID-19 fears | Big Bend Community College employee self-quarantines | Shoreline Community College puts most classes online and cancels athletic competitions and theater productions through March 25 | Green River College cancels classes, switches to alternative formats for coronavirus | Clark College professor Steven Clark talks about belonging in three-part series >>

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