Come to campus for free events during Highline College’s 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week celebration, January 16–19. Open to all.
Warm up your writing for a chance to win cold cash. Enter Highline’s Poetry Contest, open to current students. Deadline: Feb. 16, 2018, 4 p.m.
Learn what attracted a Boeing retiree to provide scholarships for students in a new Highline program to train teachers.
Need a regular student parking permit? You can apply, pay and pick up a permit all in one place. Get yours today for winter quarter.
The Black and Brown Male Summit is one of Highline’s signature events. Hear from one of the event’s co-founders.
Highline is seeking a successor to President Bermingham, who retired in August 2017 after more than a decade of successful leadership.
Share your thoughts on the qualities you would like to see in Highline’s next president. Come to a campus or community listening session.
Highline’s recently retired president earned a new title — and much praise — in a resolution passed by the college’s trustees.
During a Nov. 7 meeting, trustees voted on eight subcommittee members and approved a search firm contract. Next meeting: Nov. 16.
Should guilt come with a diploma? Highline’s Justin Dampeer explains the challenges facing first-generation students after leaving campus.