Olympic College Poulsbo

Olympic College and Western Washington University are strengthening their partnership to increase enrollment in the community college and encourage more Olympic Peninsula residents to continue on to earn their four-year degrees at WWU. Washington’s rapid growth and development as a global hub of…

Following the 2022 Washington State Legislative Session which ended last month, Western Washington University walks away with more than $6 million added to its operating and capital budgets. The money will fund new programs and expand on existing ones and be…

With its Scandinavian heritage, charming shops and abundant natural beauty, Poulsbo is an idyllic getaway just an hour from Seattle. Known regionally as “Little Norway,” this historic waterfront community on the Kitsap Peninsula offers unique galleries, museums and shops, and waterfront…

Western Washington University students in the Computer Information System Security program will practice cyberwarfare training in its new CyberRange, thanks to a gift of 50 computer servers from Boeing, Western officials said.

Opening in fall 2017, the cyber range acts as a closed “cloud” separate from the internet to “allow students to learn and conduct exercises in a safe, secure manner,” said Dr. Erik Fretheim, director of the Computer and Information Systems…

As part of its Western Lecture Series, Western Washington University on the Peninsulas will host Erik Fretheim from 6-7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 9 at Olympic College – Poulsbo as he presents “Why You Should Be Concerned About Cybersecurity.”

With near overwhelming media…

The title of the meeting was “Western’s Extended Education: Today and Tomorrow.” And “Go Where the Students Are” was the thematic thread that ran through the presentations at the April 20 Western Washington University Board of Trustees…

The Academy for Lifelong Learning on the Peninsulas (A.L.L.) will host its first in a series of public educational programming events this month. 

The first of five courses to be offered this winter, “Resilience in Times of Change and Adversity,” begins on Tueasday, Jan…

In other OC construction news, the college will add a modular building on its Poulsbo campus to accommodate a growing partnership with Western Washington University. The two institutions recently added a multidisciplinary bachelor's degree. Next…

Western Washington University on the Peninsulas will host physical therapist Lynn Schorn this July as part of its Western Lecture Series.

The lecture, “Challenge Your Balance: Strategies and techniques to find your stability,” will be presented at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20…

Subscribe to Olympic College Poulsbo