UW Continuum College expands the University of Washington’s educational impact by meeting the needs of learners wherever they are in life — and wherever they intend to go.
We provide relevant educational experiences, delivering the right programs for the right people at the right time, so that anyone can access the knowledge they need through the University of Washington to have a greater impact in the world.
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Rovy Branon on the explosion of demand for online learning and what schools are doing to keep up (Digital Trends Live)
Innovation and Leadership in the Coronavirus Era (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
University of Washington Continuum College Vice Provost Rovy Branon to Serve as UPCEA Board President (UPCEA)
Brain Power (3rd Act Magazine)
60 Years of Higher Ed — Really? The idea that college education is over after four years, or even eight or 12 is so — yesterday. (The New York Times)
UW Continuum College Vice Provost Rovy Branon on the "60-year Curriculum" for Engineers (The Engineering 100)
Building Intercultural Competence: New Approaches for Intergenerational Learning (The EvoLLLution)
Addressing the Increasing Need for Non-Credit Programming: The University and True Lifelong Education (The EvoLLLution)
Featuring Dr. Rovy Branon, Vice Provost for University of Washington Continuum College (NextMapping Vlog & podcast)
Top Five Reasons Tech Pros Should Earn Professional Certificates (eWEEK)
Infosec superwoman: Barbara Endicott-Popovsky (CISO Magazine)
Never stop learning: Seattle-area noncredit classes that will grow your mind (The Seattle Times – Advance Course advertising supplement)
Diversity talk: “If you are passionate about what you are doing, distracting nonsense fades into the background” (JAXenter)
Learning for a Lifetime (Inside Higher Ed)
University of Washington Launching New Certificate Program for Women in Entrepreneurship (GeekWire)
Learn to Earn: Lifelong Learning Is a Must for Today's Tech Worker (WTIA)
Face Forward: New Strategies for an Intensive English Program in Uncertain Times (The EvoLLLution)
Advice for Adult Learners (KGW Portland Today)
Certify Yourself (The Costco Connection)
Extend Your Education: Lifelong Learning Is the New Reality for a Successful Career (Seattle Business Magazine)
Addressing the Increasing Need for Noncredit Programming: The University and True Lifelong Learning (The EvoLLLution)
How to Evaluate Which Professional Certificates Can Boost Your Career (Engineering Career Coach Podcast)
UW Offers Coding Boot Camp for People Looking to Shift Careers (The Seattle Times)
Questions Developers Should Ask Before Jumping Into a Certificate Program (TechRepublic Video)
Connecting with prospective students is now more important than ever. Read our tips on being adaptable, flexible and empathetic.
The UW Department of Medicine’s Division of Medical Genetics and Continuum College are launching a Genetic Counseling Graduate Program to meet rising demand.
Meet Durwin Long, our new Senior Director for Summer Quarter, who is working to broaden access to higher education.
InStride connects workers to UW Continuum College's award-winning online programs.
Meet Cassady Glass Hastings, our new Senior Director of Academic Partnerships, bringing 15 years of experience at the UW to the role.
University District club provides needs-based scholarships for working adults.
Online information sessions are a great way to connect students with a real person from your program, helping to establish authenticity and trust.
Our experts discuss trends and emerging strategies for marketing, recruiting and collaboration.
An expert from the UW Office of Student Financial Aid gives advice on how students can pay for their fee-based programs.
Our experts provide recommendations for fee-based degree budgeting to ensure sustainable fiscal health.
UWC2 is here to help campus partners at the UW create programs that capture interest from around the globe.
Our Conference Management team works with event organizers through every step of the process to produce high-impact programming.
Gifts from the Windermere Foundation make UW certificate programs accessible for adult learners.