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1994 – the newest community college in the state
Located in Bothell, Washington on a modern campus shared with University of Washington Bothell
4,764 students in 2014-2015
More than 25% of full-time faculty hold PhDs (highest among state’s community and technical colleges)
Cascadia was established to serve the Northshore, Lake Washington, and Riverview school districts. However, students come from across south Snohomish County, north King County and beyond to attend college at Cascadia
Cascadia offers a comprehensive benefits package to our full-time and part-time permanent employees and other benefits-eligible positions.
Administrative Exempt, Classified, and Full-Time Faculty Positions
Comprehensive benefits packages include:
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Long Term Disability Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Optional Flexible Medical Spending Account (FSA)
Optional Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP)
Optional SRA Tax Annuities
Optional Deferred Compensation Plan
Optional Home/Auto Insurance with Liberty Mutual
Optional Credit Union participation
Optional GET (Guaranteed Education Tuition) Program
A part time faculty member becomes eligible for benefits at the beginning of the second consecutive quarter of half time or more employment at one or more Washington state institutions of higher education. Spring and fall quarters are considered consecutive quarters for benefits eligibility. Half time is determined based on each institution's definition of full time.
A part time faculty member must qualify each quarter they teach to maintain eligibility. Once eligible, part time faculty will be notified of their benefit and retirement options.
Our goal is to help others learn about and express a commitment to pluralism and social justice. This commitment comes first from employees so that we may competently help students learn to respect, value and support difference.
We acknowledge that this is an on-going process that renews itself with the start of every academic year. Yet, we ultimately hope that students will understand these concepts and carry them forward to the next stage of their lives.
The Committee for Institutional Pluralism and Social Justice meets to discuss these issues and develop initiatives.
When you see the Pluralitree above, you'll know that you've reached a place that understands and supports pluralism and social justice.