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Capitol Hill Seattle / November 24, 2015
Seattle Streetcar testing near campus

The Seattle Weekly / November 24, 2015
What It was like to have Seattle Central alum Bruce Lee as a houseguest

The Seattle Medium / November 18, 2015
Annual fundraiser to be held in honor of former student

The Seattle Medium / November 11, 2015
College president receives Urban League Edwin T. Pratt Award

The Capitol Hill Times / October 16, 2015
Capitol Hill food boom means better jobs for Seattle Culinary graduates

NPR/ October 15, 2015
Seattle Central alum comments on sexual assault in in science field

The Seattle Times / October 6, 2015
Seattle Culinary alumnus found a sweet path to success

The Seattle Times / October 1, 2015
College ensures campus safety by maintaining balance between security and openness

KUOW / September 25, 2015
Humanities instructor speaks on Seattle hip-hop culture

The Stranger / September 23, 2015
Innovations College offers unique opportunities for adult education

The L.A. Times / September 22, 2015
Seattle Central student learns Chinese cooking to prepare for college life

KING 5 / September 11, 2015
Math faculty re-thinking how to teach pre-college math

The Seattle Times / September 9, 2015
Seattle Culinary Academy alumnus and El Gaucho co-founder offers salmon tips

The Seattle Times / September 4, 2015
Pioneering colleges like Seattle Central rethink traditional math pathway

The Seattle Times / September 4, 2015
Seattle Central instructor attests to importance of alternative math pathway


Faces of Seattle Central

Online gallery showcases 25 works of campus art

We’ve recently updated our website to give you a better look at the artwork located around our Capitol Hill campus and satellite locations.

Our new Campus Artwork gallery features photos and information about prominent sculptures, paintings and sketches featured around the Broadway Edison building, the Wood Technology Center and the Seattle Vocational Institute.

Works include Chief Seattle 1 and 2 by Andrew Morrison, Recycled Child by Marita Dingus and Fountain Sculpture by George Tsutakawa.

Art gallery

Need Money? Scholarship applications due May 1

May 1 evening classes canceled

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