Central Washington University
Established in 1977, Central Washington University is a dynamic, creative, and inclusive environment that promotes engaged learning and scholarship. The mission of the University is to prepare students for enlightened, responsible, and productive lives, to produce research, scholarship, and creative expression in the public interest and to serve as a resource to the region and the state through effective stewardship of university resources. It has a strong commitment to engaged learning and scholarship, internationalism, sustainability, inclusiveness, and life-long learning.
Central Washington University is a comprehensive university that provides high-quality programs to more than 13,000 people at eight locations. The university is co-located with community colleges in Edmonds, Everett, Des Moines, Steilacoom, Puyallup, Kent, Yakima, Moses Lake, and Wenatchee, where students can complete baccalaureate degrees without leaving their communities. It exists to advance society through the essential activities of teaching, discovery, and service. The University strives to create an engaging learning environment and therefore places its highest priority on teaching, learning, and student success. University's faculty is comprised of scholar-teachers working in the interests of their students, their disciplines, and the region. Central's commitment to hands-on learning and discovery and individual attention takes students beyond the limits of the classroom and books.
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