Highline employees are hard at work preparing for the college’s transition to ctcLink. Learn what they are doing and why they deserve our thanks, and just as important, our patience.
Beginning Dec. 14, two buildings will be demolished, limiting access to the East parking lot and closing walking paths on campus.
Highline has dozens of SMEs — short for subject matter experts — who are helping us all prepare for the transition to ctcLink. Learn what three of them have been doing in recent days.
Clark College and SBCTC both successfully transitioned to ctcLink on Oct. 28. Read why this is great news for Highline.
Close to two dozen people attended the ctcLink workshop at PDD earlier this month. Attendees asked great questions. Read a few of them.
Here’s a look back and ahead at major milestones as our college moves to ctcLink.
Learn how partnerships — and sweat equity — sustain efforts of immigrant farmers in King County, led by David Bulindah and Dickson Njeri.
Highline’s 2019 Commencement ceremony celebrated students and their accomplishments. Read what new graduates achieved.
From June 18 to 21, the east entrance of Building 6 will be closed while crews work on the new canopy. Learn more about the project.
Learn how Benefits Hub supports students with finances, housing and more. And meet the staff, including Highline alumna Amber Conley.