The 2021-22 Academic Year Launches Highline College's 60th Anniversary. Commemorate our history as we look to the future.
Although students experienced Commencement 2021 on June 17 differently for the second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn’t stop them from celebrating as they honored their hard work during an academic year like no other. Instead of packing the ShoWare Center, where Commencement has traditionally been held in past years,
All clinic participants will get free 60th anniversary socks while students will become eligible for $500 scholarships.
The Hub is expected to open in September 2021. Learn more about what services Highline and its partners will offer at the new site.
King County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove joined student veterans at Highline College today to provide $5,000 for veteran peer-support programs.
$10,000 in scholarships to pay for tuition and fees will be distributed to eight eligible Highline students.
First-generation college student and president of Humboldt State University knows a thing or two about what it takes to succeed in college.
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Road Map Project partners release report highlighting racial inequities in college placement and assessment.
Purity and Heidi Major each won $500 for their academic achievements in addition to becoming members of the All-Washington Academic Team.
Highline College President John Mosby reflects on recent verdict in George Floyd murder and what it means going forward.