On Friday, May 24, the main path between Buildings 23 and 26 will be sectioned off for crane work. And, watch for forklifts. Learn more.
New degree gives students chance to translate passion for visual design, technology and problem-solving into equity-based design.
Find experts, resources and hands-on workshops at Highline’s Urban Agriculture Food Summit, May 31 and June 1.
President Mosby joins university presidents in drawing attention to the need for safe, affordable housing in King County.
From May 7 to 24, the contractor will be painting and doing concrete work for the new canopy. Learn more about the project.
Customers won’t see or taste it, but StartZone was key in helping Menuderia Maria become a new go-to restaurant in South King County.
Highline’s entrance at College Way (S. 236th Lane) will be closed for the Global Fest celebration. The three other entrances will be open.
Scholarships are awarded for many reasons, not just need or merit. Apply using the easy online application. Deadline: May 12, 2019.
Helping students helps entire communities, says Dr. Mosby and other area college presidents in a recent editorial.
Meet recent immigrant Vaishali Vakharia, who overcame many obstacles to become Highline's 2019 All-Washington scholar.