Highline is now accepting applications for its presidency. Learn what makes this opportunity unique and who is helping with the search.
Come to campus for free events during Highline College’s 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week celebration, January 16–19. Open to all.
Warm up your writing for a chance to win cold cash. Enter Highline’s Poetry Contest, open to current students. Deadline: Feb. 16, 2018, 4 p.m.
Learn what attracted a Boeing retiree to provide scholarships for students in a new Highline program to train teachers.
Need a regular student parking permit? You can apply, pay and pick up a permit all in one place. Get yours today for winter quarter.
The Black and Brown Male Summit is one of Highline’s signature events. Hear from one of the event’s co-founders.
Highline is seeking a successor to President Bermingham, who retired in August 2017 after more than a decade of successful leadership.
Share your thoughts on the qualities you would like to see in Highline’s next president. Come to a campus or community listening session.
Highline’s recently retired president earned a new title — and much praise — in a resolution passed by the college’s trustees.
During a Nov. 7 meeting, trustees voted on eight subcommittee members and approved a search firm contract. Next meeting: Nov. 16.