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New Vice President of Administrative Services to join Seattle Central College

Seattle Central College is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Bruce Riveland as its new vice president of administrative services. In this role, he will manage the college’s business operations, including information technology, facilities,…

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International Education Programs hosts Latin American/Caribbean students

This fall, International Education Programs (IEP) will again welcome six students to campus for one year of English immersion in its Intensive ESL program. The students are leaders in the NPH International Leadership Institute, organized…

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Opticianry program hybrid model to offer more flexible training

For 35 years, the Opticianry program at Seattle Central College has provided opticianry training to its students as the only school on the West Coast recognized by the Commission on Opticianry Accreditation. This fall, Seattle Central…

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Student support program TRiO receives $2.3 million grant

In July, the U.S. Department of Education announced the renewal of the five-year grant that funds TRiO, a student support program on campus that aims to help first generation, low-income and students with disabilities complete…

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Project Finish Line brings completion coaches to support student success

Beginning this summer, Seattle Central College will gain a new resource to help more students complete their degrees. As part of a program called Project Finish Line, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will fund…

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UW vice president tapped to serve as interim president of Seattle Central College

In August, Dr. Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., took the helm of Seattle Central College as its new interim president. She was selected to fill the position left by former president Paul T. Killpatrick, Ph.D., who stepped…

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