2021 LCC Alumnus of the Year named | LCC reopening July 19 | Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou appointed to national diversity, inclusion and equity commission | New chancellor named for UW Tacoma. She’s known for commitment to diversity, equity | CBC offering $10,000 in college scholarships for COVID vaccinations | Clark College Foundation adds Ebbing as new director | NCWLIFE Evening News July 13th, 2021 | Washington law aims to make comm, technical colleges more inclusive | Two grads named EvCC distinguished alumni >>
Centralia College gets final approval on behavioral health care bachelor's degree | Sound Transit-Edmonds College pre-apprenticeship program | A NW community college history instructor to compete on ‘Jeopardy!’ Monday | Clark College names new head of operations | ‘I did it’: Local mom and Spokane Falls Community College grad reclaims life after relearning to walk from debilitating illness | Intiman Theatre announces 2021-2022 line-up | Big Bend Community College celebrates with drive-thru ceremony | Star’s solace: Moses Lake mother, nursing student finds comfort in crafty business | Edmonds College students present research at University of Washington symposium | Federal student loan grace period ends soon, recent grads get ready | Meet SPSCC's 2021 Outstanding Student Award recipients | Centralia College president explains lanyards for vaccinated students | Pop up vaccine clinic hosted by CBC was a huge success | Opinion: Grad's story gives us all some hope >>
GHC Graduation honors college and Running Start graduates | To fix inequities, community colleges should quit requiring remedial classes, South King County report says | Neighbors rally to save native oak trees threatened by Lakewood warehouse proposal | Jim Lowery receives honorary bachelor's degree from Centralia College | CPTC to host drive-through commencement for Class of 2021 graduates on June 22 | Peninsula College graduation held Saturday | Seattle Central College celebrates students with in-person graduation | WWCC announces COVID-19 vaccination policy | Shoreline Community College Dental Clinic relocates to University of Washington Health Sciences Center - but low cost services are still available for local residents | Graduation: Congratulations, South Seattle College Class of 2021! | Lower Columbia College passes $27M operating budget for 2022 | Auburn student soars toward aviation career | Doug Baldwin Jr. to speak at BC commencement | 3 Vancouver sisters to graduate together from Clark College | Edmonds College has drive-thru commencement celebration >>
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 >>
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