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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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Completion Coaches are here to help you graduate!

With commencement just days away, there’s still time for students to apply for graduation. Seattle Central’s Completion Coaches offer additional support to students who are close to finishing a degree, with the goal of helping…

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Scholarship honors student’s commitment to lifelong learning

Over the past four years, Patricia Rena Barnes has served as a special inspiration to library staff, who have created a scholarship to honor her legacy after she graduates this spring.  Library faculty have established…

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Scholarship provides funding opportunity for Allied Health students

A new scholarship is now available for current and prospective Allied Health students at Seattle Central and Seattle Vocational Institute to help with tuition, fees, books, supplies, and other costs for the 16-17 academic year….

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Scraps into stars: Wood Technology students help Capitol Hill commemorate new station

Wood Technology students transformed a former marker of Capitol Hill light rail construction into keepsakes for the community. As Capitol Hill celebrates the opening of its own light rail station this month, Seattle Central students…

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Seattle Central names new Student Services VP

News Release For immediate release:  March 8, 2016 Media Contact: David Sandler | Director of Communications (206) 934-5487 | david.sandler@seattlecolleges.edu This month, the college welcomes Yoshiko Harden to campus as a key leader dedicated to…

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