CBC gets $3 million Hispanic serving institution grant | Seattle Colleges names interim chancellor to oversee campuses through 2023 | Students at WWCC come together in Farm to Fork program | Peninsula College offers a community welcome | TCC welcomes back students for the new academic year | Walla Walla Community College hosts ribbon-cutting for new science wing | New Health Sciences building at Shoreline College under construction - and on camera >>
Peninsula College vice president chosen for fellowship | Get a look inside CBC’s $35 million recreation center in Pasco. Students paid for it | Search for next WVC president moves forward | Edmonds College student started an education center for Afghan refugees in his garage | Washington state to add 500 seats in cybersecurity college programs in effort to bolster safeguards | Dialed In: From the courtroom to community college | Nursing assistants rush to complete certification testing after COVID waiver lifted >>
Edmonds College receives $1.5 million cybersecurity grant | A healthcare crisis was looming: these local colleges made sure that would not happen | Centralia College student from Chehalis places at the state public speaking championship | Shoreline Community College launches new degree in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics | Shoreline College to hire diversity administrator | US grant funds a new program | Edmonds College: Going back to the basics | Spokane Community College honoring nursing students with pinning ceremony >>
Upward Bound Program helps underserved students get into college | Sen. Murray announces additional pandemic relief for WA higher education; Includes GHC | Edmonds College awarded grant for new AI lab | Cascadia College is creating a model for campus sustainability | Dr. Jack Kahn to start July 2 as the next president of Shoreline Community College >>
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