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News Links | September 10, 2020

September 10, 2020

Helping student parents overcome barriers | WVC art class will get you closer to nature | Kim O'Neill named 2020 LCC Alumna of the Year | Spokane community colleges get extra $4.3 million boost from CARES Act | $500,000 in CARES Act funds still available to SPSCC students | WWCC's program for active older learners heads online | Choir video offers taste of upcoming virtual arts offerings | Innovation Lab recruiting businesses | WVC extends new student registration and tuition deadline to Sept. 18 | Northwest Wine: Raise a toast to Hispanic Heritage Month >>

News Links | July 16, 2020

July 16, 2020

EvCC students win accounting competition | Opinion: Unlocking the potential of prison education | Not just a preschool: Eastside Cooperative Preschool’s commitment to community | SVC faces cuts—All three campuses will feel impacts of budget shortfall | As government rescinds proposed rule, foreign students anxious | Centralia College offers alternative high school graduation path for Mossyrock and Morton students | International students: Find community college fit | ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges | Thinking outside the box, CPTC faculty make hands-on programs accessible for online learning | Pierce College Dental Hygiene Clinic reopening July 13 >>

News Links | June 30, 2020

June 30, 2020

Grays Harbor College announces top grads | SPSCC announces Chief Diversity Officer | Gov. Inslee coming to Tri-Cities on Tuesday to discuss COVID-19 response | Going to college in a pandemic | Former GHC president to return to role on interim basis | Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council | State residents invited to complete Washington State Food Security survey | She found her home and her calling | Tomlinson, art history professor at Clark College | WVC announces annual staff, faculty and student award winners | South Seattle College celebrates the unstoppable class of 2020 | Taiwan provides a blueprint for dealing with a pandemic | Peninsula College has a plan and they're sticking to it | WCC students may qualify for tuition-free education next quarter >>

News Links | June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020

Leveling the playing field | Wells Hall 'mountain' goes to ground | Students seek more advising, transfer help and tutoring | Centralia College East to offer CNA course this summer | Class of 2020 crosses the finish line | Washington colleges will open with strict COVID-19 safeguards | Inslee: What Washington universities, colleges must do to open in person for fall quarter | GHC President Minkler announces retirement | Washington's community and technical colleges brace for big budget cuts | WVC offers voluntary furloughs to help with state revenue shortfall | State Board set to vote on 2020-21 budget, 2021-23 capital budget request | TCC Humanities Department receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant | WVC Foundation receives grant to address student and youth homelessness | New alma mater debuted at SPSCC commencement | Shoreline Community College virtual graduation ceremony Saturday 10 a.m. >>

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