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The Council of Presidents (COP) is an association of Washington state’s six public baccalaureates: , , , , , & .
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COP News Dec 7
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COP News Dec 7
Absolutely! We serve our students, communities, & state much better when we work together. Thank you ICW & SBCTC for being outstanding, effective partners.
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UW News Dec 3
Congratulations to Havana McElvaine, a alumna, for being selected as a Marshall scholar!
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College Promise WA Nov 29
Leaders from business and education write in a new op ed that 'education beyond high school is essential for students’ success.'
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Independent Colleges of Washington Nov 30
Headed to Saint Martin’s University ( ) for discussions around helping students smoothly transfer from to and campuses. ’s Joint Transfer Council rocks!
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COP News Nov 29
Advisor (and alum) Melissa Baker highlighting their very successful Running Start and College in the High School programs that expand access to college for Washington students during today’s Pave the Way Conference.
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Paul Francis Nov 29
Our Pave the Way Conference panel on serving adult learners was a huge success! Thank you to my colleagues from CWU, Evergreen, & UW & for organizing this great event.
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Independent Colleges of Washington Nov 29
’s 5th Pave the Way conference kicks off, bringing together , , and around shared goals: to advance equity, expand opportunity and increase postsecondary attainment in .
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Paul Francis Nov 29
For all those attending ’s Pave the Way Conference today, I hope to see you at the session I’m moderating on efforts by , , & the to serve adult students. Room 332 at 10:15! 🎓🎓🎓
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COP News Nov 16
Today leaders of Washington’s 50 major public and private, not-for-profit colleges and universities reaffirm their commitment to addressing campus sexual violence: .
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CWU Nov 14
CWU LEEDs the way in development of energy efficient facilities.
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COP News Nov 14
Congratulations to these outstanding students!
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Paul Francis Nov 14
Attending NWCCU’s annual meeting for the first time alongside leaders from CWU, EWU, Evergreen, UW, WSU, & WWU. Thank you for the invitation.
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WWU Nov 8
This Sunday is Here's another fact about our veteran community at Western! 442 students used our Veteran Service Office in fall of 2017. WWU is designated a Military Friendly School by and we are proud to serve those who have served
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COP News Nov 9
This is an outstanding choice. Congratulations Demi on behalf of all of us at the Council of Presidents. We look forward to working with you.
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COP News Nov 9
Did you know that 72% of students who receive a State Need Grant at one of our institutions are in the final 2 years of completing their degree? Learn more in our updated State Need Grant factsheet: .
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WSU Everett Nov 7
With the holidays coming up we know that it can be hard to make ends meet when you’e paying for college and living on a tight budget. The Cougar Food Pantry can provide non-perishable items to WSU Everett students in need of food. Learn more here:
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Ana Mari Cauce Nov 8
. is proud of the more than 1/3 of our undergrads who are the first in their families to attend college, and of our faculty and staff who were themselves first-generation students. You inspire all of us! New post:
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COP News Nov 7
Thank you to the for allowing us to present on our sector’s 2019 priorities today.
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COP News Nov 7
Associate Vice Provost Dr. Craig Parks highlighting new & emerging university effforts related to student support services during today’s meeting.
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