As the state’s most diverse college, Highline is perfectly positioned to help bring more teachers of color into area schools. Read why.
Read why Dr. Frank Kline believes a new program at Highline will lead to better student outcomes in south King County schools.
Take a look at Highline’s 2017 commencement ceremony, complete with behind-the-scenes footage of graduates offering advice.
Bringing new first-generation students together to connect with campus resources and build a community of support.
Eight Highline College employees and trustees have earned a wide range of awards for their contributions to their communities and students on campus.
Highline’s Dr. Savio Pham shares some advice with recent and soon-to-be graduates, pulling from his years of experience in the workplace.
Students from around the globe are coming to campus to test their skills thwarting hackers in a simulation designed by Highline students.
Commencement is June 15. If you are a soon-to-be graduate or will be cheering one on, here is everything you need to know.
Read about Highline’s rich history in a new publication celebrating the college’s 55th anniversary.
Native students in urban areas face challenges. Highline’s Tanya Power and colleagues from local school districts aim to help them succeed.