Read all about student Chalisa Thompson and Highline’s Umoja Black Scholars program in a Nov. 16 Seattle Times story.
President Mosby joined with other higher education leaders to reaffirm a commitment to addressing campus sexual violence.
Highline’s annual contest is now open, giving current students the chance to share their talents and earn prizes. Enter by 4 p.m., Feb. 15.
As a Cambodian refuge, Dr. Saovra “Sy” Ear knows firsthand the challenges facing first-generation students of color.
Cheryl Cariño-Burr’s immigrant father couldn’t fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher. Read how she keeps his dream alive at Highline.
During its 25th anniversary celebration, Port Jobs recognized Highline for being an outstanding educational partner.
A devoted Highline trustee and Army veteran, Altmayer takes his passion for community colleges, and veterans, to the national level.
The 9th annual Black and Brown Male Summit on Saturday, Nov. 17, gives youth self-identity and confidence.
Dr. Saovra “Sy” Ear will join Highline College in November as interim vice president, overseeing the college’s Student Services division.
Shana Friend shares the struggles she and her GED students face as learners. Read how these diverse students inspire her and each other.