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Event celebrates Seattle Central’s role helping students transform lives

  Seattle Central College is continuing its year-long 50th anniversary celebration with an effort to help students gain valuable career guidance from professionals in a variety of fields. The event, called “Central to Transformation,” will…

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College reorganizes instructional divisions to create efficiencies

Starting Winter Quarter, three new divisions will combine certain programs to help the college better serve students. Seattle Central is working to create new instructional divisions in an effort to better align its programs and…

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Campus continues 50th anniversary celebration

Two major events are scheduled for winter and spring quarters as part of Seattle Central’s year-long effort to honor its history while looking to the future. Seattle Central’s 50th anniversary celebration continues during the last…

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Veterans get help navigating college from VetCorps Navigator

For many of veterans, attending college can be a major adjustment from military service and accessing critical services and resources can sometimes be challenging. That is where Seattle Central’s VetCorps Navigator comes in. This year’s navigator, Will Schwab, is available…

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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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