Central Washington University provides greater access to higher education in Washington State through its University Centers in Des Moines, Everett, Kent, Lynnwood, Pierce County, Moses Lake, Wenatchee, and Yakima. These Centers deliver bachelor and master degree programs to students through co-located facilities on community college campuses. Classes are delivered online, face to face, and by interactive television (ITV) to accommodate the needs of time and place bound student. Each Center is unique in the programs and services it provides, so be sure to visit each Center's web site to determine which Center is for you.
The University Center’s mission is to provide access to quality academic programs that meet educational and work force needs to time and place bound students in the communities we serve.
There are 4 guiding principles under which the CWU University Centers are expected to operate:
The University Center has established 6 broad goals for continuing to meet the needs of its students:
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