Business of ... higher education | Columbia Basin College students seek help for mental wellness | WVC student to be honored at Transforming Lives Awards virtual ceremony | LCC opens applications for next cohort of teacher bachelor's degree seekers | PC speaker to focus on relationships between humans, nature | Edmonds College to host virtual Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations Jan. 21 >>
Edmonds College prototypes, manufactures face shields to meet COVID-19 needs of health care workers | Commentary: Columbia Basin College: Soaring to new heights | Seattle Colleges form emergency fund for struggling students | Wenatchee Valley College to receive $2.4 million in coronavirus relief aid, students to get $1.2 million | Clark College: Summer, fall quarters will be online | Tacoma entrepreneurs win $2,000 in pitch competition | Columbia Basin College to continue online classes through fall quarter | Community Colleges adapt to online curricula | Green River College offers free webinar for local businesses | Unprecedented numbers of college students seek help to pay rent, buy food during pandemic | Commentary: The true meaning of community: Guest editorial | Wednesday’s WVC Earth Day also marks ‘Dear America’ release | Opinion: Learning to operate ventilators while worrying about rent | Spring quarter at Clark College boots up in online-only mode | Big Bend Community College trustees approve next president’s contract >>
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 >>
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 >>
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