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International Education Week kicks off today

A week-long event on campus aims to help students learn about a variety of international opportunities. International Education Week, held today through Nov. 18, will feature study abroad informational sessions, a global engagement fair and…

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Saturday hybrid classes offer flexible schedule option for transfer students

Students earning College Transfer degrees can enroll in Seattle Central’s hybrid class offerings, which are offered weekday, evening and Saturdays. Saturday hybrid classes (listed “Sa” in the class schedule) take place on campus for only…

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College appoints new workforce dean

Chris Sullivan has been named the new Executive Dean of Workforce Education. In this role, he will lead the development of career-focused certificates, associate degrees and bachelor’s degrees, and build productive external partnerships with industry…

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Groundbreaking project renews Pacific Tower’s legacy of community health

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 31, 2016 Media Contact: David Sandler, Director of Communications David.Sandler@seattlecolleges.edu 206-934-5487   Dedication ceremony to mark completion of renovation that has repurposed iconic Beacon Hill building Thanks to the efforts of…

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Seattle Central gets out the vote

The campus community is getting ready for election season with the installation of a new ballot box and a series of election-focused events.  As the nation gears up for elections on Nov. 8, Seattle Central…

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Seattle Maritime academy celebrates opening of innovative new building

A recently opened facility at Seattle Maritime Academy’s Ballard campus will benefit both students and the local maritime industry. Maritime students and the Pacific Northwest maritime community now have access to an advanced training facility…

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