Everett Community College receives $2.25 million federal grant to support low-income students | Fresh start as classes begin at Peninsula College | Colleges in Washington receive funding to offer child care for parents in college | WVC offering baseball umpire course to address shortage | Cascadia College begins American Indian and Indigenous Studies program | Peninsula College offers Vocal Masters Series | Yakima Valley College offers GED, diploma help to those off-track | Even unvaccinated OC students could return soon >>
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 >>
A journey well-traveled | Central Washington Works: Learn to earn at Yakima Valley College | WWCC offers new Warrior Pledge scholarships | Peninsula College’s new president settles in | WVC receives two grants for Knights Kupboard food pantry | Shinhae Hwang appointed student trustee on Edmonds College Board of Trustees | Winthrop OKs lease of library space by Wenatchee Valley College | Undergraduate students at YVC work to combat antibiotic crisis through research >>
Pickleball courts ready for use at Skagit Valley College | Opinion: The Pell Grant is 50. It’s the perfect time to double down on our investment in students | Wenatchee Valley College tuition increases | Japanese ag students arrive at Big Bend | The Gallery at TCC celebrates 20 years of local art and artists | WWCC to open campuses to students regardless of vaccination status | Skagit Valley College debuts new child care center | YVC adds program preparing adult learners for phlebotomy | Centralia College awards emeritus status to retiring science department chair Lisa Carlson >>
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