A real-world simulation provides practice for college students during the annual cyber defense competition at Highline, March 23–25.
Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native high school or college student? Come to Highline for the Native Student Success Summit, May 16.
Yasmine Leland took top honors in Highline’s Poetry Contest. Read her winning entry and celebrate poetry in April with free events.
Volunteers are key to the success of Highline’s MaST Center. Learn about two who each donated more than 200 hours last year.
Need a job? Come to Highline’s Spring Job Fair, March 14. Employers need full-time, part-time and temporary workers. Fair is free to attend.
The application period has closed for Highline’s presidency. The search subcommittee will review applications. Learn about the search.
Missed the 2018 Film Festival at Highline? View the top two short films here, featuring student filmmakers who are long on talent.
Interim President Jeff Wagnitz sent a letter to students, recapping the Feb. 23 campus forum, held to review and discuss the Feb. 16 incident.
Graft an apple tree, learn a low-cost way to can food, explore career options and much more at Highline’s Urban Ag Food Summit, March 2-3.
Interim President Jeff Wagnitz sent a letter to students, following up on the Feb. 16 suspected-shooter incident on campus.