Clover Park Technical College Foundation is holding its 14th Annual Scholarship Celebration virtually. The virtual event will include a week-long silent auction from October 13-20, a virtual raise the paddle, and a choice of three live cooking classes taught by international chefs around the world, all to support scholarships and emergency assistance through the Foundation.
As a vital member of Washington's higher-education system, Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) offers courses online and on campus for students getting ready for their first career, their next step within their career or new careers.
Clover Park Technical College has received $270,000 to support the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration and Roofing apprenticeship programs as a part of the Career Connect Washington Program created by Gov. Jay Inslee in 2017.
The Clover Park Technical College Foundation is honored to offer the 2nd Annual Andy Fritz Memorial Trek for Tech 5k run/walk at Clover Park Technical College on July 27th at 9 a.m (check-in starts at 8 a.m.).
A key piece of Clover Park Technical College’s transition to the Guided Pathways education approach involves redesigning math instruction to better support student success. That effort received a significant boost this week when College Spark awarded the college a supplemental grant worth nearly $150,000 over three years to support the math redesign process.
Clover Park Technical College will host its Spring Program Expo on Wednesday, April 10, as it invites anyone interested in learning more about its program offerings to the McGavick Conference Center on its Lakewood Campus.
In an effort to offer students an easier way to pay for college, Clover Park Technical College has introduced a new Tuition Installment Plan that allows students to split their tuition into three payments.