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Seattle Colleges Graduate Events

Scholarship Award Ceremony

Join us for a virtual celebration of our scholarship recipients

Snow Zhou, Scholarship Recipient Events

Scholarship Award Ceremony 2020

Join us for a virtual celebration of our 2020-2021 Seattle Colleges scholarship

Save the Date Events

Equity Can’t Wait | Launch Event

Join us March 25 for the launch of bold campaign for educational equity.

Attendees at Seattle Central's 2018 Believe Gala Events

Believe Gala - April 25, 2019

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2019 Believe Gala on Thursday, April 25, 2019

Seattle Colleges skyline News Story

Community college students navigate pandemic

Community college students navigate pandemic

Seattle Colleges skyline News Story

Seattle Colleges creates COVID-19 Emergency Fund to help vulnerable students stay in school

Seattle Colleges creates COVID-19 Emergency Fund to help vulnerable students stay in school

Seattle Colleges skyline News Story

Seattle Colleges form Emergency Fund for struggling students

Seattle Colleges form Emergency Fund for struggling students

Seattle Colleges Respiratory Therapy students News Story

Recent Respiratory Therapy grad thrust to frontlines of COVID-19 crisis

Faiza graduated in 2019 from Seattle Central's Respiratory Therapy program. Now she faces the pandemic firsthand as one of Seattle's communities essentials workers. 

Student in Seattle Colleges Nursing programs News Story

Seattle Colleges Mobilize To Help Students Affected By Covid-19 Crisis

Public contributions will support one-time grants for students with acute needs

Eva and Ed Gordon (courtesy of John Jacobs) News Story

Extraordinary $10 Million Bequest Will Benefit Students at Seventeen Western Washington Community Colleges

Benefactor Eva Gordon had humble roots, gave little indication of her wealth