Helping students helps entire communities, says Dr. Mosby and other area college presidents in a recent editorial.
Read about Highline’s program to improve access to healthy, culturally relevant food through urban farming in South King County.
A Dec. 4 Good Food Jobs story describes how Project Feast and Highline help newcomers to the U.S. build on their culture to find jobs.
Alumna Olivia Sullivan returned to Highline as a reporter for the Federal Way Mirror to cover the opening of Campus View. Read her story.
Read all about student Chalisa Thompson and Highline’s Umoja Black Scholars program in a Nov. 16 Seattle Times story.
Highline will be honored for its work enhancing the economic prosperity of the region, according to a Sept. 17 story in the Federal Way Mirror.
Pair 5th grade students with remotely operated vehicles, or ROVs, and learning comes to life. Plus, you get a great story. Read all about it.
Learn what attracted a Boeing retiree to provide scholarships for students in a new Highline program to train teachers.