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Fall Sports Postponed to Winter Quarter

Posted: 10/6/2020 10:12:11 AM by Taylor Stewart

The 2020 Cross Country season for CCS and others in the NWAC has been moved to the winter quarter.

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SCC went virtual for its fall convocation and we may never go back

Posted: 9/22/2020 3:07:28 PM by Jonathan Glover

SCC Fall Convocation goes digital

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O'Day art exhibit opens at SFCC Gallery

Posted: 9/21/2020 4:11:09 PM by Lorraine Nelson

A mixed media art exhibit by a recently retired art instructor at Spokane Falls Community College opened today at the SFCC Fine Arts Gallery and continues through Oct. 22.

Although the SFCC campus is closed to drop-in visitors because of the pandemic, anyone interested in visiting the art exhibit by Thomas O’Day can make arrangements by calling him at 533-3710 or emailing

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New class teaches internal COVID-10 contact tracing

Posted: 9/21/2020 3:46:22 PM by Lorraine Nelson

Using the direct experience of a first responder fighting COVID-19, a new four-hour class offered by Community Colleges of Spokane aims to help businesses and organizations develop internal contact tracing within their organization to minimize the effect of COVID-19. Participants of this class will learn the process of developing and maintaining internal contract tracing, how it protects their internal and external customers, and supports regional contract tracing work of the epidemiologists at the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD).

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45 RNs graduate from SCC summer quarter 2020

Posted: 9/8/2020 3:29:53 PM by Lorraine Nelson

The SCC Nursing Class of Summer 2020 graduated on time and was about the same size as last summer's despite spending their last two quarters studying during a worldwide pandemic.

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CCS nets $4.3 million in extra state pandemic support

Posted: 9/8/2020 2:52:27 PM by Carolyn Casey

A tough financial time at CCS got a boost this week when the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges approved giving it $4.3 million in one-time funds from the Governor's Emergency Education Relief fund. 

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Northeast Washington Geospatial Environmental Technician Education Project: Linking Students to the Geospatial Workforce

Posted: 9/3/2020 3:18:56 PM by Grants and Sponsored Research

Training in geographic information systems (GIS) and other geospatial technologies is becoming a required qualification for technician-level jobs in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, recreation, and water resources.

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Zoomers, grab your smartphone: SCC's Skitch is on TikTok and he's posting straight fire

Posted: 9/3/2020 8:22:33 AM by Jonathan Glover

Stop me if you've heard this one before: a Sasquatch, on a college campus, with a smartphone, posting videos to TikTok. Sounds crazy, right?

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SCC and partners prepare rural students a pathway to jobs

Posted: 9/1/2020 12:14:52 PM by Grants and Sponsored Research

The demand for electricians in Stevens, Ferry, Pend Oreille and Lincoln counties is estimated to grow at a rate of 1.9%, with 206 annual openings through 2027, according to State Employment and Security Department data.

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Colleges get more support for Running Start

Posted: 8/31/2020 10:34:39 AM by Lorraine Nelson

At a time when high school students are considering their options, the Community Colleges of Spokane has been awarded an $89,546 state grant in a competitive process to help Running Start students with the costs of attending community college.

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