The Washington College Access Network vision
By 2020, 70% of all jobs in Washington state will require a postsecondary credential.
The Washington College Access Network believes that all students can pursue a postsecondary education. We work to ensure every student has support from a trusted adult, the information they need to be successful, and access to all financial aid opportunities available to them. We are especially focused on the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) program and the inspiration and incentive CBS can provide to close the achievement gap for students experiencing poverty.
College is postsecondary education
WCAN uses the term "college" to refer to the attainment of valuable postsecondary credentials beyond high school, including professional/technical certificates and academic degrees.
Increase postsecondary enrollment for all Washington State students particularly among students experiencing poverty, first-generation college-going students, and students of color.
Find your regional officer
Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish and Whatcom
Griselda Guevara-Cruz, 509-591-2470
South Puget Sound:
Serving Lewis, Pierce and Thurston counties
Mike Christensen, 360-827-3348
Serving Clark, Cowlitz, Pacific, Skamania and Wahkiakum
Kurt Reeser, 360-301-2277
Mason, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Clallam, Jefferson
Anna Fulford, 360-337-9635
King County and Tacoma:
Josh Bellinger, 206-397-7220
Chelan, Douglas, North Grant, Lincoln and Okanogan
Sue Johnson, 509-449-0138
Kittitas, Klickitat, and Yakima
Kelsey McLeod, 509-571-6747