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TCC's first four-year degree to launch later this year

Tacoma Community College has announced its first four-year degree program: a bachelor's of applied science in health information management.

March 2016

University of Puget Sound selects new president

The University of Puget Sound has a new president: Isiaah Crawford, Ph.D., currently provost of Seattle University.

February 2016

South Sound grads go forth to the world

Higher education institutions in Washington state continue to lead most others in the numbers of Peace Corps volunteers accepted by the government program to assist less developed countries.

February 2016

TCC among best community colleges in nation

Tacoma Community College has been listed as one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.

January 2016

South Sound People of Note

Creator of fine food, water quality specialists and college trainer for student safety: four South Sound leaders earning recognition today.

January 2016

‘Eat more chikin’ supports JA

The local business supported program, Junior Achievement of Washington, today collected a $100,000 grant from the foundation created by Chick-fil-A restauranteurs and franchisor.

January 2016

'Unacceptable' results from study at South King technical colleges

A handful of South King County community colleges and school districts took part in a study targeted on educational improvement, and the results are discouraging but informative.

January 2016

UPS makes list of 'best value' colleges

The University of Puget Sound is the 97th best value for a private liberal arts college, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s 2016 list of “Top 300 Best College Values.”

December 2015

Centralia College offers new FANUC robot certification

If you ever wanted to operate those fancy, sci-fi looking robot arms that you see in manufacturing facilities, now’s your chance.

December 2015

Bates Technical College to open Advanced Technology Center

The $23 million, two-story building will house the college’s information technology, engineering and digital programs.

December 2015
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