Remote learning continues through fall quarter. Many support services available virtually and through Zoom. COVID-19 testing on campus every Wednesday.


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Moving to ctcLink

Countdown to February 8, 2021

Highline College will be transitioning to a new software system called ctcLink. To calculate how many working days remain until our go-live date, subtract 41 from days listed below. Working days exclude weekends and holidays.

Once ctcLink is implemented, all faculty, staff and students will use this new system. It will replace the current way we enroll for classes, manage courses, process payroll and much more.

What ctcLink Means for Us

For most people, ctcLink will simply be a new website that will help them better manage their experience as a student or as an employee.

For others — those who process financial aid, schedule classes or pay bills — ctcLink will transform their work. Why? For one, colleges across the 34-college system are aligning their core business processes. It will streamline and standardize the way colleges do business today.

This change represents a significant challenge. ctcLink is not simply a matter of adapting to new software, it’s about adapting to the change in how we work. Learn more at Frequently Asked Questions.


Highline is planning to go live in February 8, 2021, as part of Deployment Group 4. There is plenty of work to be done now to prepare for the go-live date. For details and current work activity, see the Timeline page.

Delta Dog

Delta Dog will guide us through our ctcLink project, acting as our trustworthy companion as we prepare for, and move to, the new software system. Read more about Delta Dog.

Connect With Delta Dog

Delta Dog

News and Updates

When we have project news and updates, we will share through the ctcLink blog.

Delta Dog


Online training is available now. Courses are arranged by employee category.

Delta Dog

Activities and Events

Join Delta Dog and friends for new lunch-and-learn sessions on Fridays at noon.


For information about the statewide ctcLink project, visit the SBCTC ctcLink page and read the blog, ctcLink Connect.

For more information about Highline’s ctcLink project, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Send questions, suggestions or comments regarding this project to or leave a voicemail at (206) 592-4200.