Nathan Yockey took top honors in Highline’s annual Poetry Contest. Read his winning entry to celebrate April's National Poetry Month.
April 2 Important Update: Classes begin April 6. All classes are remote/online. Campus will be closed through May 4. Find resources to help.
Adjust to online learning with this free online course, "Introduction to Online Learning with Canvas and Zoom." Class starts March 30.
Do you know a Highline College alumnus who is making an impact in their community? Now is your chance to honor them!
Aaron Reader has been named vice president at Highline College. He will oversee the college’s Student Services division.
In collaboration with Native artist Louie Gong, Highline College has created a new Thunderbird logo.
The Highline College community is invited to join the next National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read event, which will be held Feb. 24.
A community service day will launch the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week, set to take place Jan. 20-24, 2020.
With the renovation of the Health and Life Sciences Building, the Highline College community will also gain a new wellness center.
The building will house Nursing, Respiratory Care, Healthcare Professions and Nursing Assistant programs.