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New SPSCC building open for business

New SPSCC building open for business

The South Puget Sound Business Resource Center, located in Lacey's Woodland Square district, is now complete and ready to go.

September 2015

UPS named best college to get a tech job

The University of Puget Sound came in at No. 19 among the Top 20 American "Best Colleges for Getting a Job in Tech" by MSN's IT Insider technology section.

September 2015

College rankings name PLU

National magazine ranking again places Pacific Lutheran University near the top among colleges in the West in a report published today.

September 2015

New music and movement studio opening in Tacoma

Kiddos and Kin, a new "music, movement and 'magination studio," is opening up in Tacoma as part of the Spaceworks creative enterprise program.

August 2015

SPSCC's new Lacey Campus opening this fall

The campus, which will open in September and is located off Sixth Avenue across from the Lacey Transit Center, encompasses five buildings.

August 2015

SPSCC nursing program on track to regain national accreditation

After failing to meet standards a couple of years ago, the South Puget Sound Community College regained state accreditation for its registered nursing program, thanks to a revamped program.

August 2015

UPS named top entrepreneur college

According to a new analysis by Forbes Magazine, UPS is the 20th most entrepreneurial school in the small college category.

August 2015

UWT's Y Student Center wins award

Mortenson Construction and Tacoma-based McGranahan Architects announced that they received the National Award of Merit in the Educational Facilities Category from the Design-Build Institute of America.

July 2015

40 Under Forty: Learning & Teaching

Joe LeRoy, CEO of HopeSparks, is learning every day to improve in his new role. Joy Giovanini has been a classroom teacher for 12 years and now is helping all schools in her district to better prepare students for their futures.

July 2015

40 Under Forty: People & Sustainability

The assistant director for human resources at Kent School District, Robert Humes, and Christine Cooley, a long-time sustainability advocate and teacher, are recognized as South Sound 40 Under Forty honorees for 2015.

July 2015
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