William Hyder Continue Reading

Pursuing a doctoral degree is a major undertaking that requires a great deal of time studying, researching and writing. Yet for William Hyder, a retired Navy diver and DBA student, that reality was more of an attractor than a deterrent because it gave him the opportunity to invest in something he loves: learning.

Message from the President – Spring 2018 Continue Reading

Delivering high quality, relevant education to our students is the mission at City University of Seattle. It is the key to student success. Maintaining the quality and rigor of our academic programs requires exceptional work from our faculty and academic support staff.

The chancellor with alumni Continue Reading

As a student-centered educational system, we remain focused on aligning our programs and services to meet the needs of the students and communities we serve.

Students writing Continue Reading

Some students lack the support they need to succeed, and high school English teacher Jim Sanders looks forward to being an advocate and resource for those individuals.

In My Students' Shoes: A Language Teacher’s Perspective Continue Reading

by Hong Ying Douglas, ESL Faculty I have always loved the French culture, movies, and language, but I did not want to take on the language because I knew if I really wanted to be a proficient French language user,…

TESOL:  Jobs, jobs, jobs, but no takers! Continue Reading

by Christine Knorr, MA TESOL, Director of Washington Academy of Languages As Director of the TESOL Certificate Program, I am always on the lookout for ways to connect our TESOL graduates to teaching assignments. In fact, just this past year,…