Come to campus for Unity Through Diversity Week, April 25–29, for free events celebrating and exploring diversity and social justice issues.
Come to Highline College for the Native Student Success Summit, May 18 . Designed to inspire and empower high school students, the free summit is open to all.
Connect with nearly 70 local employers looking to fill full-time, part-time and temporary jobs at Highline’s Spring Job Fair, April 18. Come early for free giveaways.
Norm Rice. Ann Rule. Ezra Teshome. All achieved excellence in their fields. All are Highline College alumni. Submit your 2016 Distinguished Alumnus nominee by April 29.
Rebekka Paulsen took top honors in Highline’s Poetry Contest. Read her winning entry and celebrate poetry throughout April with workshops, readings and more.
A real-world simulation will provide practice for students during the annual cyber defense competition at Highline, one of 10 regional events across the nation.
Lisa Candler and Fatima Khalil are Highline’s reps to the 2016 All-Washington Academic Team, an honor recognizing academic achievement and community service.
Visit more than 40 booths and displays for assessments and information at Highline College’s annual Health Fair on March 9, 2016, 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Attend a free campus event on January 30 to get help applying for financial aid, an important step for coming to college. You may even win a scholarship.
Share your poems for a chance to win during Highline’s 2016 Poetry Contest. Open to Highline students and alumni. Deadline: Feb. 19, 4 p.m. Read on for rules.