The first Global Community Initiative will focus on Asia with a variety of events, programs and learning opportunities for students.
Eligible Running Start students now have access to an additional $150 per student for textbooks and course materials.
Campus remains closed through fall quarter, but learning continues remotely and many support services are available online.
Highline College students and alumni utilize 3D printers to produce face shields during COVID-19 pandemic.
This October, Highline College will host an important accreditation visit with the intent to reaffirm the college’s accreditation status. Accreditation is a process of validation in which colleges, universities and other institutions of higher learning are evaluated by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. The college’s accreditation status is currently affirmed. With years in
Highline College is now offering COVID-19 testing on campus every Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dr. Mosby joins Ron Sims to advocate for funding community and technical colleges as part of COVID-19 economic recovery.
President John Mosby reacts to rescinded federal international student policy.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.