Despite its advantages in flexibility and accessibility, online education occasionally gets downplayed and characterized as impersonal and focused on individual, rather than collaborative approaches to learning. But, what if that weren’t the case?
U.S. News & World Report announced its annual rankings of the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs and City University of Seattle was ranked among the best in the nation for the sixth consecutive year.
From its beginning, City University of Seattle has been a school whose purpose is to serve working adults. While many schools and programs strive to do that now, that wasn’t always the case. Just ask one of City University of Seattle’s founders, Vi Tasler.
City University of Seattle recognized Michelle McDaniel, a 2002 MBA graduate and the chief development officer at FareStart, with the university’s Innovation in Philanthropy Award on November 14 at a reception hosted by the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at CityU.
By Grace Jackson Did you know that our very own Kelly Flores is a black belt in karate? She has trained in martial arts for nearly 25 years in a traditional style of Shotokan karate, while also training in Kobudo…
Part of the flurry of activity for students going back to school is meeting new classmates and making friends. While this can be fun for students, it can also be challenging. One of the tools that more than 60 schools in Washington are using to help children learn to communicate, cooperate, connect, embrace diversity and resolve conflict is Sanford Harmony.