Whether you have been out of college for one year or too many to count, we are celebrating you at the Alumni Reception, December 15.
For students looking for something new, joining or forming a club provides fun, social and educational experiences.
Highline’s diverse student population benefits from Saechao’s experience as a first-generation college student from a refugee family.
Following the U.S. presidential election, Dr. Jack Bermingham reaffirms Highline College’s support for all students and communities.
President Bermingham joined more than 200 college and university presidents to protect some students from possible deportation.
Dr. Rolita Ezeonu shares how her family history led to her passion for advancing social justice and equity and helping marginalized groups access higher education at Highline College.
On November 19, Highline will host high school students at its 7th Black and Brown Summit, the longest-running event of its kind in Western Washington.
Can a relatively small act make a big difference? Absolutely. Read about a new 10-month initiative for Highline College alumni.
Highline College was one of only two colleges in Washington to receive the 2016 HEED Award, a national award recognizing its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Connect with dozens of employers looking to fill full-time, part-time and temporary jobs at Highline’s Fall Job Fair, October 26. Come early for free giveaways.