Welcome to Summer Quarter
See important dates below
As with previous quarters, instruction continues through remote learning for most classes. However, we are happy to announce starting Aug. 2, a variety of student services will once again be available on campus. Learn more. Virtual services, such as Zoom lobbies and virtual appointments, will continue to be available throughout the quarter.
What About Fall?
Fall quarter 2021 marks our phased-in return to on-campus learning!
On Sept. 27, when fall quarter begins, approximately 25% of classes will have some form of on-campus component. Some classes will meet fully in person on campus, while others will be hybrid with one or two days on campus and the remainder on Zoom. Currently, over 80 fall quarter courses will be offered all in person on campus. Read message from the Office of the President on fall quarter return to campus planning.
If you are a current student, you can view the class schedule and enroll in classes through ctcLink. If you are not a current Highline College student but would like to view the summer and fall quarter class schedules, visit the publicly available class schedule page.
ctcLink Instruction Modes
The way instruction modes are presented in ctcLink can sometimes be confusing and mean more than one thing. Learn more about instruction modes and what each means.
Need Help Coming Up to Speed on ctcLink?
Visit the ctcLink for students section for updates, helpful information and tutorials on our new student portal. If you’re a new student, you must activate your ctcLink account before enrolling in summer and fall quarter classes.
Important Fall Quarter Dates:
- Sept. 13: Tuition due for Fall quarter
- Sept. 27: Fall quarter starts
- Sept. 29: Last day web registration available for adding classes for Fall quarter
Have Questions? Need to Talk with Someone?
Visit the Zoom Lobbies page to see a listing of student services that can answer your questions, live and face-to-face, via the Zoom app. In addition, the college has set up a new email address to take your questions and concerns about COVID-19 and how it affects campus. Send your questions to: email@example.com.