As the state’s most diverse college, Highline is perfectly positioned to help bring more teachers of color into area schools. Read why.
Read why Dr. Frank Kline believes a new program at Highline will lead to better student outcomes in south King County schools.
Take a look at Highline’s 2017 commencement ceremony, complete with behind-the-scenes footage of graduates offering advice.
Highline’s Dr. Savio Pham shares some advice with recent and soon-to-be graduates, pulling from his years of experience in the workplace.
Students from around the globe are coming to campus to test their skills thwarting hackers in a simulation designed by Highline students.
Read about Highline’s rich history in a new publication celebrating the college’s 55th anniversary.
Native students in urban areas face challenges. Highline’s Tanya Power and colleagues from local school districts aim to help them succeed.
Can a relatively small act make a big difference? Absolutely. Read about a 10-month initiative that asks Highline alumni to give a little.
Young women of color are invited to campus May 20 for a free summit designed to empower, encourage and educate. Register today.
Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native high school or college student? Come to Highline for the free May 17 summit.