Seattle Central Community College opened as Edison Technical School in 1946, and first offered college courses in 1965 before evolving into the city's first community college in 1966.

The main campus was originally the location of Broadway High School, which opened in 1902 after demand caused by the 1890s Gold Rush population explosion. The Broadway High Alumni Association continues to support Seattle Central and contributes to scholarship programs for the school.

A 1969 master plan began a seven-year renovation, including the construction of the Broadway Performance Hall in 1978. The campus now includes a Student Activity Center, Bookstore, and Student Government buildings.

Seattle Central Community College also directs the operations of the Seattle Vocational Institute, as well as operates two satellite branches, the Wood Construction Center and the Seattle Maritime Academy.

External linksEdit

Seattle Central Community College - Official Site

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