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News Links | July 23, 2024

July 23, 2024

What to know about Edmonds College's newest bachelor programs | SCC continues long legacy of ag education | 149 graduate from GHC at Stafford Creek Corrections Center extension | Audio engineering program to begin at Walla Walla Community College | Bates Technical College introduces its first wayfinding robot >>

News Links | June 25, 2024

June 25, 2024

Funding roundup: NOAA grants | Commentary: We need to dream boldly to make college possible for all | South Seattle College celebrates the Class of 2024 | What happened when one community college confronted housing insecurity in a new way | News: North Seattle College | North Seattle College unveils mural celebrating James Baldwin >>

News Links | May 16, 2024

May 16, 2024

IMUA! (Hawaiian rallying cry to move forward) | Peninsula College sees enrollment surge | Computer science worker shortage pushes Tri-Cities college to develop new degree | Centralia College graduate shares her story of becoming an RN at the age of 62 | EvCC celebrates ‘a sense of belonging’ at first Desi Dazzle event | Peninsula College to showcase Honors Program students | Amazon’s Project Kuiper satellite network sets up logistics site and training program | Billy Frank Jr. statue sculptor “honored” to work on project | Bates Technical College approved to offer first bachelor’s degree in Public Safety Administration | From Vegas to Waitsburg, classroom a new stage for former showgirl | CVSD to offer AA degree at high schools >>

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