Elizabeth Abramchuk took top honors in Highline’s Poetry Contest. Read her winning entry and celebrate poetry throughout April.
After nearly 30 years with the Girl Scouts, Cupp brings energy and passion to Highline as she leads the college’s new development effort.
A real-world simulation provides practice for college students during the annual cyber defense competition at Highline, March 24–26.
Ay Saechao began college as a geology major, but while discovering his cultural history as a Mienh American, he uncovered his true calling.
See goats and learn about small-space gardening, fruit tree grafting, beekeeping and more at Highline, March 17–18. Free to all.
Connect with dozens of employers looking to fill full-time, part-time and temporary jobs at Highline’s job fair, March 15. Free to attend.
Hear from two students who were searching for practical degrees that offered opportunities for jobs immediately after graduation.
A new study finds Highline positively affects the local economy and generates a return on investment to students, taxpayers and society.
Highline’s Bob Baugher shares how his father’s near-death experience more than 40 years ago set him on a path that defined his career.
Register today for Highline’s 3rd annual Latinx Summit, Feb. 25. Learn what is new this year to inspire success in higher education and beyond.