PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University’s popular “College
Knowledge for the Mind” seminar series will visit schools in Puyallup, Seattle
and Tacoma during February, March and April.

College Knowledge is the “longest running early outreach program to
communities of color in Washington,” according to Herb Delaney, WSU Office
of Multicultural Student Services community relations assistant director. The
seminars provide students of color with information on the college application
process and to encourage them to seek higher education after high school, he
said.

This month, College Knowledge will be held Feb. 3 at Chief Leschi School,
Puyallup, and Feb. 11 for Seattle middle schools at Seattle Central Community
College.

In March, the schedule includes visits to Tacoma’s Stewart Middle School,
March 21; Gault and McIlvaigh middle schools, March 22; Lincoln High
School, March 23; and Mt. Tahoma High School, March 24. On March 28 and
29, there will be seminars in Seattle at Franklin High School and Cleveland High
School, respectively.

The April schedule includes an April 6 seminar at Rainier Beach High School in
Seattle.

The 2000 College Knowledge sessions started in late January at Spokane
Community College.

For more information about College Knowledge of the Mind, contact Herb
Delaney at 509/335-5711, delaney@wsu.edu.

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