Write for a chance to win. Highline’s annual poetry contest is now open, giving current students a chance to share their talents and earn prizes.
Organizers seek to honor past, present and future with a 'thank you' reception, a special keynote and a fundraising brunch banquet.
Dr. Amelia Phillips received the 2019 William H. Meardy Faculty Member Award from the ACCT on Oct. 18.
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee recently appointed Sharmila Swenson to the Highline College Board of Trustees.
Center of Excellence and Global Programs worked together to create the first Follow the Supply Chain Study Abroad Program.
Visit Highline’s Resource Fair and explore LGBTQIA identity and social justice issues during the weeklong series starting Oct. 7.
Student government approved in June a new Transportation and Safety Fee that takes effect fall quarter.
International Collegiate Cyber Defense Invitational will bring together international student in a cyber competition Aug. 16-17.
Degree offers flexible courses in visual design, technology and leadership with an emphasis in accessibility and universal design.
Young Educated Ladies Leading Female Summit to take place Saturday, May 18 at Highline College.