Bellingham Technical College News
Browse past news stories for Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham, WA.
- WWU moves classes online after Whatcom County’s 1st virus case
At this time, the school plans to resume classes after spring break on March 31. Whatcom Community College already was already planning for a one-day cancellation of ...
- BTC students work with famous ‘Salmon Cannon’ that could help local salmon runs
Bellingham Technical College students used Whooshh Innovations’ famous “Salmon Cannon” to aid salmon migration to the Whatcom Creek Hatchery at Maritime Heritage ...
- Living-wage jobs in Whatcom County are going unfilled. ‘We need young people ...’
For two years, Bellingham was without a cosmetology school. Now, Bellingham Technical College is responding to the needs of the ...
- Bellingham Technical College to host info sessions on new operations management degree - The Bellingham Herald
The college's new Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management is intended to teach students leadership and management skills for a variety of industries that ...
- Bellingham Technical College wins OK for first B.A. degree - The Bellingham Herald
Veterans at Bellingham Technical College will have a new opportunity for scholarships. Whatcom County's Ron Davenport Memorial Chapter No. 165 of Vietnam Veterans of Am ...
- Welders to make mythical creatures at Bellingham Technical College - The Bellingham Herald
Teams of welders will bring piles of scrap metal to life as mythical creatures Friday and Saturday, May 13 and 14, at Bellingham Technical College's Welding Rodeo. The event begins a ...
- WWU, Bellingham Technical College to host career fairs - The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University and Bellingham Technical College will be hosting career fairs in the coming weeks. Western will host its Spring Career Fair from 11 a.m. ...
To accommodate students' schedules, along with growing enrollment rates, community colleges are offering classes in the late evening. Learn more about why you may be taking midnight classes at a campus near you.
An interesting case arose this week over a community college student in North Carolina that posted a rant about a new campus policy on his Facebook page. The student was suspended for two semesters, but quickly reinstated amid a flurry of protests over his free speech rights.
We examine the advantages and disadvantages of using online classes to earn your two-year degree.