President John Mosby reacts to rescinded federal international student policy.
Dr. Emily Lardner has been named vice president of Academic Affairs at Highline College. Prior to Lardner’s permanent hire, which was effective July 1, she served in the role for one year. “I am deeply honored to be invited by colleagues to continue to serve,” Lardner said. “We've accomplished a lot this past year, starting
Highline College employees have been recognized for their excellence, achievement and commitment to students success.
Campus remains closed through fall quarter, but learning continues remotely and many support services are available online.
President John Mosby shares his thoughts on recent Supreme Court decisions surrounding LGBTQIA rights and the DACA program.
Respiratory care therapist and professor has been selected for the top award given to a past student. Read about her accomplishments.
Asutosh Upreti and Hamse Igge each won $250 for their academic achievements in addition to becoming members of the All-Washington Academic Team.
Starting fall quarter, more students will have access to college funding through financial aid through the Washington College Grant.
Nathan Yockey took top honors in Highline’s annual Poetry Contest. Read his winning entry to celebrate April's National Poetry Month.
Do you know a Highline College alumnus who is making an impact in their community? Now is your chance to honor them!