LWIT is proud to serve our veterans
Through our Veterans Service Office, LWIT provides a host of services to veterans and their dependents, from helping them navigate the G.I. Bill, grants, and other sources of educational funding for veterans to providing resources for such things as counseling, filing for disability benefits, and the like
LWIT Recognized as a Top Military Friendly School
LWIT is one of Washington's community and technical colleges named as top military friendly schools in the nation according to G.I. Jobs magazine.
Memorial Service, Scholarship Fund Organized to Honor LWIT President Dr. Woodall
Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWIT) will hold a public memorial honoring the life and accomplishments of college president Dr. David Woodall at 11 a.m., Sept. 27, 2012, in the LWIT Library. Dr. Woodall passed away from an apparent heart attack on Sept. 3, 2012.
LWIT Students Complete Bus Shelter Art for Campus Bus Stops
Next time you pull into the main campus entrance, take a moment to look at the bus shelters on both sides of 132nd Avenue Northeast. They're a little more colorful than they were last year, and if you look close enough, they'll tell you a story.
President Dr. David Woodall Passes Away
Lake Washington Institute of Technology President Dr. David Woodall passed away suddenly on Labor Day of an apparent heart attack.
LWIT Student 2nd in National SkillsUSA
LWIT student Jeremy Talley places second in the nation during the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Competition.
YOLO ... You Only Live Once
If you are 16 to 20 years old and have dropped out of high school, or are on the verge of dropping out, now's your chance to discover all that Lake Washington Institute of Technology has to offer you.
Culinary Knowledge Bowl Team Wins National Competition
LWIT's Culinary Knowledge Team won the American Culinary Federation Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl national champion position at the ACF National Convention in Orlando, Florioda, on July 15.