Should guilt come with a diploma? Highline’s Justin Dampeer explains the challenges facing first-generation students after leaving campus.
Space will fill quickly for the Nov. 18 summit for young men of color, the longest-running event of its kind in Western Wash. Register today.
Up to 18 people will serve on a subcommittee to help in the search for Highline's next president. Next special meeting set for Nov. 7.
Do you know what it takes to make a winning film? Students are invited to the Nov. 8 meeting to learn how to enter the 2018 Film Festival.
Hear Highline student and social justice advocate Helen Nash speak about her experiences, followed by a roundtable discussion, Oct. 26.
As a diverse society, we need to learn to disagree effectively, says Dr. Meckfessel, who advocates for the study of rhetoric to help us.
Connect with dozens of employers looking to fill full-time, part-time and temporary jobs at Highline’s job fair, Oct. 18. Free to attend.
Visit Highline’s first resource fair and explore LGBTQIA identity and social justice issues during the weeklong series starting Oct. 9.
Come to campus Oct. 9 for Indigenous Peoples Day. Two Native presenters will offer their unique perspectives. Free and open to all.
Dan Altmayer has been recognized for excellence with the top national award given to trustees. Learn how his work has benefitted students.