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Head of UW in the High School, Tim Stetter, is driving the national conversation on dual enrollment.
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In spring 2018, for the first time in the UW’s history, registration for fee-based degrees managed by UWC2 will be fully online.
New Career Accelerator program makes it easier than ever for working professionals to learn when, where and how they want.
UW Continuum College launches first-ever scholarship program for UW certificate students.
UW Continuum College wins several industry awards for excellence in program development and marketing.
Librarian Robin Chin Roemer is helping nontraditional students navigate the UW library system.
Bill Howe and UW Continuum College collaborate to make a new data science master’s program a reality.
Close to a million people are getting the tools to speak more effectively, thanks to Matt McGarrity’s public speaking MOOC.
Professor Wei-Chih Wang inspires high school students to flourish by discovering engineering and design solutions.
UW’s sought-after Human Centered Design & Engineering programs have roots in the earliest days of new learning.
Industry experts Jennifer Diamond and Josh Bates bring pro-level power to the UW Certificate in Project Management.
Single dad Jeremiah Walters is building high-tech knowledge — and a better life for himself and his son — with help from a UW Certificate Scholarship.
A UW Certificate Scholarship paves the way for mom Laura Kirch to return to work and start a new chapter in life for her and her family.
Tolulope Daramula grew up with a hunger to learn. Today, he’s still learning — and building a business — with help from a UW Certificate Scholarship.
Brendan Steiger gets a second chance, gains the skills and confidence to get back on track after a serious car accident by completing a certificate.
Grace Ingram never gave up on her dream of earning her bachelor’s degree. Now she’s inspiring others.
Jacob Christensen, graduate of the UW Certificate in Audio Production, reflects on this hands-on, three-course certificate program.
Spencer Bowen follows his heart to transition from the military to Starbucks senior management to helping others.
“Hands down, the best part of working here is our students. They inspire and impress me on a daily basis.”
“I feel good about providing opportunities for employees to connect to one another, either through work or new employee orientations.”
“My coworkers inspire me. I’m amazed at the wealth of talent, knowledge and creativity within our organization.”
“One of the best things about working for UW Continuum College is being able to work with a group of incredibly smart, talented people who are dedicated to helping students reach their full potential.”
Is Going Back to School Right for You? (Fox Business)
'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)
A New Way to ‘College’: University of Washington Continuum College (UW Today)