SPSCC welcomes new fundraising team | Highline College announces updates ahead of new school year | Jacque Selle, 92 | WVC announces new Vice President of Student Affairs | Bob Mohrbacher commentary: It’s not too late to join Centralia College this fall | Bellevue College Partners with Kyrgyzstan’s Bilimkana Foundation | BBCC's TRiO Upward Bound celebrates Summer Academy graduates | State Board for Community and Technical Colleges elects new chair | Columbia Basin College promotes food security for students | WWCC chosen to be part of Free/Reduced-Price Meal Pilot Program >>
NPS: Columbia Basin College planetarium | Newsmakers: Appointments | Sara Smith: BTC student fishery | Third party cybersecurity incident impacts Peninsula College community | A classroom in the vineyard >>
TCC begins construction of new Center for Innovative Learning and Engagement | World Refugee Day celebrated thanks to RISNW and EvCC | Hometown Hero: Motivational speaker and coach pushes others to seize the day | Olympia appoints Kathleen Byrd as new poet laureate | Centralia College’s new construction trades program postponed to fall quarter | New program aims to add more child care professionals to workforce | Peninsula College 2023 Student Art show winners announced >>
‘Big Bend changed that for me’ | Peninsula College history professor to present | Conspiracy and political fear in mid-20th century America,” at May 25 Studium Generale | Skagit Valley College to offer bachelor's degree in computer science | Omak business/civic leader chosen for WVC alumni award | 2013 Highline College graduate Josias Jean-Pierre named 2023 Distinguished Alumnus | Steve and Sharon Huling Automotive Technology Center celebrated at South Seattle College | Centralia College honors campus stalwart with Bob Peters Field | Green Team leads Edmonds College’s efforts during 2023 Campus Race to Zero Waste competition >>
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