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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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Continuum College IN THE NEWS

How Credentialing Can Keep Pace with the Half-Life of Skills (Illumination)

What It Takes to Roll Out Digital Microcredentials (EvoLLLution)

Deeper Dive with Kim Shepard: Your Future in Artificial Intelligence on Apple Podcasts (Deeper Dive)

Deeper Dive with Kim Shepard: Living to 100 on Apple Podcasts (Deeper Dive)

Rovy Branon: Welcome to the new Golden Age of Education (Puget Sound Business Journal)

Universities Looking Beyond the Traditional For-Credit Semester Experiences (Inside Higher Ed)

Reflecting on Our Roots to Define Our Future: Establishing a Path for Lifelong Higher Ed (Modern Campus)

The 60-Year Curriculum With Dr. Rovy Branon (Trending in Education)

A new language for CS degrees (Work Shift)

Rovy Branon on Lifelong Learning (Lifeslices)

Episode #149: Dr. Rovy Branon on the Growth and Future of Continuing Education (The Higher Ed Geek)

The Future of Work (That Expert Show)

Opinion: Fill the talent pipeline by investing in education (Puget Sound Business Journal)

“Two women continue to help me be a better person.” (Christensen Institute – Who You Know)

How Your High Schooler Can Set Themselves Apart in the College Application Process (ParentMap)

A Virtuous Cycle: Driving Equity Through Financial Gifts in the Non-Credit Space (UNBOUND)

UW Can Feed Your Curious Mind from the Comforts of Home (AgeWise King County)

11 UW certificates — and Counting (University of Washington Magazine)

Building the ‘60-Year Curriculum’ on Short Credentials (Work Shift)

How Research Universities are Poised to Bulk up on Short-Term Credentials (Open Campus)

How to Find Good Enrichment Programs for Teens (Seattle's Child)

How the 60-Year Curriculum Impacts University Leaders (University Business)

Cautious Interest in College Among Working Adults (Inside Higher Ed)

Back in School Decades Later (Kiplinger)

Episode 44 | Reflections on the 60 Year Curriculum with Rovy Branon (Silver Lining for Learning)

Is the 60-Year Curriculum the Future of Learning? (Next Avenue)

Should I Go to College Online or On Campus? Here’s How to Decide (Best Colleges)

Looking Beyond Degrees In Hiring (Global Career Compass)

The Gift of the 60YC: New Pathways and Opportunities (Inside Higher Ed)

Online Learning: How It Defines Education For Students Of All Ages (Forbes)

Rovy Branon on the explosion of demand for online learning and what schools are doing to keep up (Digital Trends Live)

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)