• Shoreline Faculty Premiere Feature Film “The Hollow One” at SIFF

    Film Department Chair Tony Doupé and SCC Associate Faculty Lorraine Montez premiere their feature-length suspense thriller horror film, “The Hollow One,” at  Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) Wed., May 27 at 9:00 p.m. and Thurs., May 28 at 3:30 p.m. at SIFF Cinema Uptown Theater. Tickets can be purchased through the SIFF Box Office. Doupé stars in the film, which he also co-produced. […]

    Shoreline Faculty Premiere Feature Film “The Hollow One” at SIFF
  • Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus

    Students from 24 high schools across the Puget Sound region converged on Shoreline Community College May 27, 2015, for the 15th Student Bio Expo, hosted by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR). The judged event drew more than 300 students competing in categories from art and dance to molecular modeling and lab research. Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts welcomed the […]

    Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus
  • Director of Nursing Program, Lynn Von Schlieder, Wins Prestigious Shining Star Award

    Lynn Von Schlieder received one of two Shining Star awards from the King County Nurses Association (KCNA) on Thurs., May 7 at their Annual Banquet and Awards Ceremony. The Shining Star awards are presented to nurses who demonstrate excellence in their areas of practice or contribute significantly to the nursing profession. The Director of SCC’s Nursing program, Von Schlieder has […]

    Director of Nursing Program, Lynn Von Schlieder, Wins Prestigious Shining Star Award
  • SCC Student Film “REFRACTION” Makes World Premiere at SIFF

    Would you choose love or freedom? That’s the quandary the lead character of the short student film “REFRACTION” finds himself in after the law becomes aware he’s cloned his wife in a world in which cloning is illegal. The film’s central question was compelling enough to earn it a coveted spot at the Seattle International Film Festival and the honor […]

    SCC Student Film “REFRACTION” Makes World Premiere at SIFF
  • Get Footloose and Dance the Night Away at Shoreline’s First-Ever Queer Prom, Fri., May 22

    This Fri., May 22, Shoreline Community College will host its first-ever Queer Prom. The event is the brainchild of Project Pride President, student Katie Gelgisser, and welcomes all LGBTQIA-identified people from the campus community and beyond, as well as LGBTQIA allies. The prom takes place from 7-10 p.m. in the PUB Main Dining Room, and is an all-ages event that’s […]

    Get Footloose and Dance the Night Away at Shoreline’s First-Ever Queer Prom, Fri., May 22
  • Shoreline STEM Festival is down to a science

      Hundreds of young scientists, parents, friends, educators and others converged on the Shoreline Community College campus Saturday, May 9, for the third annual Shoreline STEM Festival. “It was just so inspiring, so much energy,” Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts said after her remarks at the awards ceremony. Roberts also thanked Shoreline resident Ray Koelling, who initiated the festival three year […]

    Shoreline STEM Festival is down to a science
  • “Art of Change” Series Explores the Perfect Imperfection of Culture, Social Change with Rachel Wong

    Local singer/songwriter Rachel Wong made two appearances at Shoreline Community College Thurs., May 7 as part of Dr. Kate Boyd’s English 101 class “The Art of Change.” During each one-hour session, Wong performed several of her hit songs including “Perfectly Imperfect.” Between songs she talked about the art of social change and how to make a full-time career as a […]

    “Art of Change” Series Explores the Perfect Imperfection of Culture, Social Change with Rachel Wong
  • SCC alumna to graduate Cornell at top of class, honors Shoreline Prof. Dave Phippen as influential to her success

    Shoreline alumna, Joice Pranata, who transferred to Cornell with an A.S. degree in Biochemistry from SCC in the fall of 2013, was recently chosen as a Merrill Presidential Scholar at the Ivy league university. Merrill Scholars rank among the top one percent of their class in their respective schools and colleges and are chosen “on the basis of scholastic achievement, […]

    SCC alumna to graduate Cornell at top of class, honors Shoreline Prof. Dave Phippen as influential to her success
  • Shoreline Library Reaches Milestone: Celebrates Five Millionth Customer

    April 30 marked a momentous occasion for Shoreline Community College’s Ray W. Howard Library. Just before 10 a.m., the five millionth person walked through the library doors since it installed gate counters in 2002. The library first opened back in 1965, meaning the actual number of customers served is far higher, but it’s fitting that the gate counters marked number […]

    Shoreline Library Reaches Milestone: Celebrates Five Millionth Customer
  • Short Film With SCC Ties, “Big Boy,” Puts Shoreline on the Map at Tribeca International Film Festival

    A short film with ties to Shoreline made its world debut at the Tribeca International Film Festival this past weekend. The cast and crew of the comedy short “Big Boy,” directed by Seattle area director Bryan Campbell, included Shoreline film and video instructor Tony Doupé and three Shoreline students. Doupé acted in the film, while the students worked in the […]

    Short Film With SCC Ties, “Big Boy,” Puts Shoreline on the Map at Tribeca International Film Festival

Announcements »

Shoreline Scholars program open for applications

Shoreline Scholars program open for applications

April 27, 2015 at 7:25 pm

Shoreline Scholars, the two-year, full-tuition scholarship program at Shoreline Community College, is underway. “We’re off and running!” President Cheryl Roberts said....

Community Engagement »

Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus

Student Bio Expo draws hundreds of high school students to campus

May 27, 2015 at 2:34 pm

Students from 24 high schools across the Puget Sound region converged on Shoreline Community College May 27, 2015, for the 15th Student Bio Expo, hosted by the Northwest Association...

Accolades »

Shoreline Faculty Premiere Feature Film “The Hollow One” at SIFF

Shoreline Faculty Premiere Feature Film “The Hollow One” at SIFF

May 27, 2015 at 3:14 pm

Film Department Chair Tony Doupé and SCC Associate Faculty Lorraine Montez premiere their feature-length suspense thriller horror film, “The Hollow One,” at  Seattle...

Other News

Shoreline’s Toyota T-TEN Automotive Program Donates Engine to Shorewood High School

Shoreline’s Toyota T-TEN Automotive Program Donates Engine to Shorewood High School

Toyota Motor Sales has donated a 5.7-Liter Toyota V8 engine through Shoreline Community College’s Toyota Technical Education Network (T-TEN) program to Shorewood High School. The donation will help support Shorewood’s automotive program and its students. “This donation will give Shorewood’s students real world equipment to help create interest in the automotive field and allow students to train on the latest […]

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Shoreline’s Automotive department’s Mopar CAP program receives grant funding from Chrysler

Shoreline’s Automotive department’s Mopar CAP program receives grant funding from Chrysler

Shoreline’s Mopar CAP program was recently awarded a $3,000 grant from the Chrysler Foundation. The money will go toward supporting students and the Automotive program with needed tools and equipment. A portion of the funds may also be used to provide scholarship aid for students in need. Shoreline has been the recipient of this grant in the past, and the […]

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Shoreline’s Automotive Program Receives Major Donation from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Shoreline’s Automotive Program Receives Major Donation from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Shoreline’s MOPAR CAP (College Automotive Program) recently received a donation valued at approximately $30,000 in the form of a 2014 Jeep Cherokee from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. This donation will serve as a training tool for MOPAR CAP students and will be used to demonstrate the type of vehicles and equipment Shoreline students will work on during their dealership experience. The Jeep […]

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Shoreline Scholars program open for applications

Shoreline Scholars program open for applications

Shoreline Scholars, the two-year, full-tuition scholarship program at Shoreline Community College, is underway. “We’re off and running!” President Cheryl Roberts said. “Shoreline Scholars is an investment in our communities by the college, the foundation and our supporters.” The application acceptance period opened on Monday, April 27, 2015, with a special event in the PUB main dining room. Applicants brought their […]

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Shoreline and GM donate transmissions to skill center

Shoreline and GM donate transmissions to skill center

Students in the automotive program at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center now have 19 current General Motors transmissions to help them on their way to careers as automotive technicians. The transmissions were donated to Sno-Isle through a partnership between General Motors and Shoreline Community College’s GM Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP). “We’re very excited to work with GM to be able […]

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DECA team all business at international competition

DECA team all business at international competition

  The Shoreline Community College DECA team has returned from the 2015 Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) with nine Top Ten finishers, four Top Three plaques and numerous medals. Out of 18 students competing, 14 were finalists in the competition at Orlando, Fla. The individuals and teams participating in this year’s conference had stiff competition from other college in […]

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SCC Dean of Students Kim Thompson Honored with Ben Webinger Service Award

SCC Dean of Students Kim Thompson Honored with Ben Webinger Service Award

Shoreline’s Dean of Students, Kim Thompson, was honored as the recipient of the Ben Webinger Meritorious Service Award at last week’s Washington Association on Postsecondary Education and Disability (WAPED) Spring 2015 conference. The Ben Webinger award is the most prestigious award offered by WAPED, and according to the organization’s website is presented to an “individual who has demonstrated years of […]

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Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

  This Saturday, April 18, Shoreline Community College will join 15 other colleges and universities from Washington and Oregon to compete in the first ever collegiate-level Unified Sports soccer tournament through Special Olympics Washington. Unified Sports is a program initiated through Special Olympics promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. By joining people with and without intellectual […]

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Shoreline Nursing Student Wins Prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship

Shoreline Nursing Student Wins Prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship

First year nursing student, Ebony Beauchamp, will be honored in a banquet on Sat., April 18 as one of 11 recipients of the prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship. The award, which helps cover tuition, books and related academic expenditures for students of African heritage, will help ensure her success in pursuing an RN degree at Shoreline. Named for the first […]

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Plastic Bag Whale Comes to Shoreline for Earth Week – Makes a Big Splash

Plastic Bag Whale Comes to Shoreline for Earth Week – Makes a Big Splash

On Fri., April 10 a 32-foot gray whale constructed of 9,000 plastic bags and other plastic  waste arrived on the Shoreline campus where it will be housed in the PUB lobby until April 30 as part of the campus-wide Earth Week celebration. The project is the brainchild of local artist and Solid Waste educator Carrie Ziegler, who designed the art piece […]

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