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.
Veteran educator Angela Sheffey-Bogan has been selected for the top award given to a past student. Read about her accomplishments.
Many people know how to recognize and react to medical emergencies, but what about in a mental health crisis? People are learning how to respond.
With the upcoming retirement of Dr. Jeff Wagnitz, Dr. Emily Lardner will step in as interim VP, overseeing the Academic Affairs division.
In a May 30 message to the campus community, President Mosby introduced Delta Dog, the newest member of Highline’s ctcLink project team.
Highline College will hold Decarceration Day. Find the full event schedule and read President Mosby’s May 28 message to campus.
New degree gives students chance to translate passion for visual design, technology and problem-solving into equity-based design.
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.