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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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)
UW Continuum College Shows That Students Can Interact With UW at Any Age (The Daily)
Questions Developers Should Ask Before Jumping Into a Certificate Program (TechRepublic Video)
If I Knew Then... (Crain's)
Continuing Education and Certificate Programs at UW (Test & Code Podcast)
How Can I Make a Living Without Driving to Seattle? Report Offers Some Hope (The News Tribune)
'Nothing is Standing Still Anymore' in Continuing Education (Puget Sound Business Journal)
Seattle’s newcomers vs. longtime residents: At least we both like the Seahawks (The Seattle Times)
New survey highlights the reason thousands are relocating to Seattle (Q13 FOX)
Is going back to school right for you? (USA Today)
Going Back to College To Advance Your Career (Forbes)
Business Vet Turned UW Vice Provost Helps Professionals Learn In-Demand Tech Skills (GeekWire)
Is Continuing Education Right for My Career? (U.S. News & World Report)
Making Continuing Education Possible for More Adults (The Seattle Times)
UWC2 is here to help campus partners at the UW create programs that capture interest from around the globe.
Tukwila-based credit union signs six-year commitment to fund UW certificate programs for adult learners.
The innovative Career Accelerator program earned one of our industry’s highest honors.
UWC2 offers end-to-end website services that help our fee-based degree partners reach prospective students.
Explore our fee-based degree experts’ recommendations for keeping your program in optimal fiscal health.
Head of UW in the High School, Tim Stetter, is driving the national conversation on dual enrollment.
Succeeding takes inspiration, dedication and motivation. And that’s just what our Academic Partnership team is all about.