CWU Ranks Top 10 Percent in Nation for Gender Diversity

Where men once attended college in proportions far higher than women—58 percent to 42 percent in the 1970s—the ratio has now almost flipped.While national trends have seen lower male enrollment for the last three decades, Central Washington University is being acknowledged for its success in ne...

Edmonds CC, CWU-Lynnwood celebrate inaugural first-generation college student week

Edmonds CC President Dr. Amit Singh and CWU-Lynnwood Regional Director Shane Reeder signed a declaration dedicating the first week of November each year as First-Generation College Student Week.During the kickoff event, attendees heard the stories of first-generation student speakers, including CWU-...

Game On! Delegation From CWU Travels to Spain

Representatives of Central Washington University’s innovative Game On! program were the only participants from the United States to attend the Real Madrid’s Foundation (RMF) training and coaching camp in Madrid, Spain, last month.The RMF sponsored 10 coaches from five countries including two from CW...

Consider Giving to the Annual Holiday Gift Project, Deadline is December 13

There’s still time to help make it a happy holiday season for everyone!Gifts are still being accepted for CWU’s annual Holiday Gift Project, which serves hundreds of underserved children in Kittitas County.Student, staff, and faculty can contribute to the effort, which allows participants to make pe...

CWU Librarian Receives National ‘I Love My Librarian’ Public Service Honor

NEW YORK, NY – Ginny Blackson, Central Washington University collection development and management librarian at the James E. Brooks Library, was named a winner of this year’s I Love My Librarian Award. Blackson is one of only 10 librarians in the country to receive this national honor.She is recogni...

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