SEATTLE (AP) -- Western Washington University is pairing with North Seattle Community College to offer some summer classes in Seattle.
The classes are for Western students who want to keep earning credits over the summer, but will also be open to other adults who are not enrolled in the university.
Western faculty will teach more than 30 classes during a six-week summer session. The classes begin June 19 and will include both for-credit and adult enrichment courses.
University officials say this is the first time they have offered summer classes in Seattle, but students have been able to take some teacher education courses in the Seattle area for years.