Highline’s trustees meet Sept. 21. One topic will be a proposal to engage a recruitment consulting firm to help with the presidential search.
Highline’s trustees will hold a special meeting Sept. 14 to continue the work of recruiting and selecting the college’s next president.
Highline’s trustees approved three motions, including one to use an external consultant to aid in the search for the college’s next leader.
Come to campus Aug. 31 to learn about the presidential search process. Highline’s trustees will hold a special meeting open to all.
A new program at Highline aims to help more Hispanic/Latino students in South King County attend and graduate college.
The anniversary of the DACA program gives all of us at Highline the chance to reaffirm our values of inclusion and equity across our communities.
Dr. Jack Bermingham ends his distinguished academic career after nearly 40 years in higher education and 22 years at Highline.
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.