Read about Highline’s rich history in a new publication celebrating the college’s 55th anniversary and its contributions to the community.
Native students in urban areas face challenges. Highline’s Tanya Power and colleagues from local school districts aim to help them succeed.
Vote for your next leaders of Highline's student government. Online voting starts May 10, 8 a.m., and ends May 11, 11:59 p.m.
Can a relatively small act make a big difference? Absolutely. Read about a 10-month initiative that asks Highline alumni to give a little.
Young women of color are invited to campus May 20 for a free summit designed to empower, encourage and educate. Register today.
Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native high school or college student? Come to Highline for the free May 17 summit.
Enjoy an impressive lineup of speakers at Highline’s 20th annual Unity Through Diversity Week, April 24–28. Free to all.
What does it take to help students succeed? Read Dr. T.M. Sell’s take on providing opportunities for all in our community.
Scholarships are awarded for many reasons, not just need or merit. Apply using the easy online application. Deadline: May 7, 2017.
Norm Rice. Ann Rule. Ezra Teshome. All achieved excellence. All are award-winning Highline alumni. Who will win next?