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Tuition reduced for out-of-state students

Starting in January, the great value of education at Seattle Central College will get better for non-resident and out-of-state students. A new operations tuition waiver will significantly reduce the cost of enrolling at Seattle Central…

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Writing Center rededicated in honor of former English instructor

In early October, English faculty gathered at a ceremony to remember former English instructor Bruce McKenna and rename the campus Writing Center services in his honor. They remembered their former colleague by sharing stories about…

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On-campus memorial to raise awareness about suicide among service members

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Vetcorps Navigator Tony Muething is teaming up with peers in the Nursing program to draw attention to the military’s alarming suicide rate. On Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2…

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Student finds support network to pursue lifelong dream of helping others

After decades of struggles, where she needed help with addiction, homelessness and abusive relationships, Annette Smith is finally pursuing her dream of helping others. With the support network she found at Seattle Central College, she…

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Seattle Central gets spooky for Halloween

Students, faculty, and staff got into the Halloween spirit last week by sporting a variety of creative costumes and participating in various events. Student leadership held a haunted hospital, costume contest and a Halloween dance,…

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Campus art exhibition explores Mexican-American identity

The current exhibit at the M. Rosetta Art Gallery, titled “Barrio Roots: GráficaTransfronteriza,” features Mexican and Mexican-American artists who explore issues related to border crossings between Mexico and the United States. The exhibition is being…

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