The McGavick Student Center at CPTC was turned into a fashion runway July 22.
CPTC Human Services Student Tianna White helps those in need in the Tacoma community.
The CPTC Graduation Committee was selected as the July Unsung Hero for their innovative work in organizing the campus-wide annual event.
Clover Park Technical College will introduce a Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing Operations (BASMO) and an Associate in Applied Science in Mechatronics beginning Fall Quarter (Sept. 22).
Norman Courtney created public art pieces for CPTC with the theme 'transformation.'
CPTC's Automotive Technician students will turn used cooking oil into alternate fuel.
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