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 >>
A half-million WA residents could benefit from Biden’s student loan relief | North Seattle College plans affordable housing project on campus | Biden’s student debt-relief plan could help thousands of Southwest Washington students | ‘A milestone moment’ or ‘a slap in the face’? Eastern Washington voices sound off on Biden’s student debt forgiveness | There's a slice of wine country on the South Seattle College Campus - New Day NW | Running Start program at Edmonds College receives nearly $1 million grant | Edmonds College launches FastTrack, a collection of short-term, career-building programs | Walla Walla Community College gets federal COVID-19 relief dollars >>
Food insecurity among college students can have lingering effects | Monroe nixes college program, leaving 150-plus students in the lurch | Bates Technical College’s Digital Media program students create and produce documentary about Tacoma’s 1942 Japanese internment | There is an inspirational speech championship. And an OC student is the winner. | What’s working in community college baccalaureate degree programs >>
Peninsula College announces winners of 2022 art show | A&E briefs — June 22, 2022: PC releases first season of Carver podcast | CONGRATULATIONS! South Seattle College celebrates Class of 2022 | YVC student overcomes big hurdles in path to graduation >>
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