Excellence, achievement and leadership during the year earned students recognition at a May awards ceremony at Highline.
Ed Ramos has been selected as Highline’s 2018 Distinguished Alumnus, an annual award recognizing a former student who has excelled.
Highline’s Julie Pollard and Jenni Sandler share their stories — and common goals — of helping people with disabilities access higher education.
After a 10-month national search to find a new president, Highline’s Board of Trustees ended the month of May by announcing its selection.
The stories of her ancestors’ sacrifice and strength have motivated Carrancho from her earliest days. Read how they help her even today.
Three finalists will bid to become Highline’s next president. Attend the open forums to learn about each candidate, May 14-16.
Young women of color are invited to campus May 19 for a free summit designed to empower, encourage and educate. Register today.
Come to campus May 7 for Demolition Day, marking the launch of Highline’s first major capital project in more than a decade.
Shawna Freeman Lane finds students with diverse backgrounds thrive in the business world, mirroring her own experience.
Enjoy wide range of topics and events during Highline’s 21st annual Unity Through Diversity Week, April 23–27. Free to all.