• Retired counselor Marty Olsen passes

    Long-time Shoreline Community College faculty counselor and Professor Emeritus Marty Olsen passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Olsen joined Shoreline in 1973 and retired in 2009; 36 years of service to thousands of students. At a retirement gathering, Olsen said it was the opportunities to work with students who had academic challenges, special needs or difficult life circumstances […]

    Marty Olsen at the 2009 retirement event.
  • City Council tours college theater, film facilities

    Members of the Shoreline City Council and city staff came to Shoreline Community College on Friday, April 11, 2014, as part of the council’s annual strategic planning meeting. The contingent from the city toured the college theater, soon-to-open black-box production facility and got a look at the proposed location for on-campus student housing. Shoreline digital filmmaking and acting faculty member […]

    City Council tours college theater, film facilities
  • Sen. Maria Cantwell to be Shoreline commencement speaker

    U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell will be the keynote speaker at the 50th Anniversary Commencement for Shoreline Community College. The graduation ceremonies are scheduled for 2 p.m., Sunday, June 8, in the college gymnasium. “We are honored to have Sen. Cantwell on our campus and speaking to our graduates,” Interim President Daryl Campbell said. “Sen. Cantwell’s record of service to our […]

    Sen. Maria Cantwell to be Shoreline commencement speaker
  • New ‘black box’ space supports students and industry

    While other colleges are closing film and theater programs, Shoreline Community College is expanding its commitment to students, the arts and the community. Later this spring, a new and versatile “black box” media production studio will open for college and community-based projects. The college is combining several under-used areas into a flexible space for video production and live performance. When […]

    New ‘black box’ space supports students and industry
  • Faculty member Karen Toreson passes away

    Karen Toreson, an integral part of Shoreline Community College and higher education in Washington for more than 25 years, passed away Sunday, March 30, 2014, following an ongoing battle with cancer. “Karen was a unique and special woman, devoted to her family, our college and especially to her students,” Interim President Daryl Campbell said. “She was among the first faculty […]

    Faculty member Karen Toreson passes away
  • ‘Pacific Aggression’ screening on campus April 2

      The Shoreline Film Office, a collaborative effort to expand digital media production in Shoreline led by Shoreline Community College and the City of Shoreline and, is hosting the first two public screenings of “Pacific Aggression,” a film written and directed by Shoreline alum Shaun Scott. “The Shoreline Film Office is amazing,” said Scott, the Washington Filmworks Innovation Award Winner. […]

    ‘Pacific Aggression’ screening on campus April 2
  • ‘Bare Minimum’ looks at life and poverty

    There are three showings of WANTED: Bare Minimum this week. Shows will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 13, 14 &15) at 7:30. Part fiction, part documentary, Shoreline Community College Acting and Film students present “Wanted: Bare Minimum”.  This student written and produced play explores the good, bad and the ugly of our vision versus the reality of the […]

    ‘Bare Minimum’ looks at life and poverty
  • Math Olympiad comes to campus

      Hundreds of students, parents, friends and teachers converged on the Shoreline Community College campus Saturday, March 8, for the 2014 Shoreline Math Olympiad. The annual math competition is for fourth- through eighth-graders attending public and private schools in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. During the school year, students form teams and work with teachers and volunteer math coaches to […]

    Math Olympiad comes to campus
  • Rotary raises $13,000 for veterans fund

    Thanks to the Lake Forest Park Rotary, veterans in financial need at Shoreline Community College now have a lot more resources available to help. At the chapter’s Sneaker Ball, held March 1, 2014 at Inglewood Golf Club, attendees raised $13,000 in just seven minutes at the fund-raising dinner and auction. “Our ‘raise-the-paddle’ event this honored our veterans who may be […]

    Rotary raises $13,000 for veterans fund
  • Join live discussion from Jordan on Syrian refugees

    One of the globe’s most dire humanitarian issues is about to be beamed live to the Shoreline Community College campus. More than 600,000 people, about the size of Seattle’s population, have fled the violence in Syria and are now living in towns, cities and refugee camps in Jordan. The exodus is continuing, with hundreds and sometimes thousands of men, women […]

    Join live discussion from Jordan on Syrian refugees

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Four will go on Oregon site visit

Four will go on Oregon site visit

April 16, 2014 at 6:54 pm

Four representatives from Shoreline Community College will travel to Oregon as the next step in the finding a new college president. Board of Trustees Chair Shoubee Liaw will...

Community Engagement »

City Council tours college theater, film facilities

City Council tours college theater, film facilities

April 11, 2014 at 6:24 pm

Faculty member Tony Doupe (left) speaks to a group of Shoreline City Council and city staff members, including City Manager Debbie Tarry (center) and Mayor Shari Winstead...

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Shoreline student leaders rewarded for hard work

Shoreline student leaders rewarded for hard work

September 16, 2013 at 2:38 pm

Shoreline Community College student leaders are among the best in the state and they have the awards to prove it. Walter Davis won the programs innovation award and Keira...

Other News

Four will go on Oregon site visit

Four will go on Oregon site visit

Four representatives from Shoreline Community College will travel to Oregon as the next step in the finding a new college president. Board of Trustees Chair Shoubee Liaw will be accompanied by Board Vice-Chair Tayloe Washburn, Faculty Senate President Kira Wennstrom and Special Assistant to the President Don Schultz. The group is scheduled to travel to Chemeketa Community College Friday, April […]

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Death of couple impacts college program

Death of couple impacts college program

Shoreline Community College counselors are offering support and counseling for faculty, staff and students following the April 12, 2014 reports of two deaths in the city of Shoreline. According to media reports, Nicholas Herschberger and Laurel Hoffman were found dead in their Shoreline area home.  A King County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said the deaths appeared to be a murder-suicide. Herschberger […]

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Trustees take presidential search to Oregon

Trustees take presidential search to Oregon

The next step toward finding a new president for Shoreline Community College will be in the direction of Salem, Ore. Two members of the Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees will visit Chemeketa Community College this Friday, April 18, 2014. Board Chair Shoubee Liaw made the announcement Monday evening, April 14, following an executive session of the board. The site […]

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Roberts has presidential interviews

Roberts has presidential interviews

Cheryl Roberts came to Shoreline Community College on Friday, April 11, 2014, the second and final visit by candidates for the position of college president. Roberts, currently President of Chemeketa Community College, a multi-campus college based in Salem, Ore., started her day with a reception that included members of the Presidential Screening Committee as well as the President’s Cabinet. From […]

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Turcott resigns as men’s basketball coach

Turcott resigns as men’s basketball coach

The Shoreline Community College Athletic Department has accepted the resignation of Greg Turcott, head coach for the men’s basketball team. Turcott came to college in 2010 as head coach. His teams were known for their up-tempo style of play on offense and tenacious on-the-ball defense. His best season was 2012 , when the team placed seventh in the Northwest Athletic […]

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Langteau has presidential interviews

Langteau has presidential interviews

Paula Langteau came to Shoreline Community College on Monday , April 7, 2014, the first of two visits by candidates for the position of college president. Langteau, who is Campus Dean and CEO at the University of Wisconsin-Marinette, started her day with a reception that included members of the Presidential Screening Committee as well as the President’s Cabinet. From there, […]

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Campus gears up for presidential interviews

Campus gears up for presidential interviews

The in-person portion of selecting a new president for Shoreline Community College is about to get underway. On Monday, April 7, Paula T. Langteau , Campus Dean and CEO at the University of Wisconsin-Marinette, is scheduled to be at Shoreline for a series of interviews with campus constituencies. A public forum is scheduled for 2:45-3:45 p.m., in the PUB Main […]

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Second candidate withdraws from consideration

Second candidate withdraws from consideration

Dr. Warren J. Brown, a candidate for president at Shoreline Community, has withdrawn from consideration due to his acceptance of the presidency at North Seattle Community College. Brown is currently executive vice president for instruction and student services at Seattle Central College and an adjunct faculty member for Seattle University’s doctoral program in educational leadership. His appointment at North Seattle […]

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Crew on campus filming for Microsoft

Crew on campus filming for Microsoft

Ghost Atomic Pictures selected to use Shoreline Community College’s campus as the set for its latest project and client: Microsoft. The crew was filming footage on Monday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 25, for internal and online use for the local tech giant. The team chose to use Shoreline’s campus because of the modern look of the Pagoda Union Building. […]

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Japanese students brought to campus for cultural exchange

Japanese students brought to campus for cultural exchange

Shoreline Community Colleges recently hosted more than 400 students and teachers from Japan, officials from the Japanese Consulate in Seattle and the Laurasian Foundation. The visit on Thursday, March 20, 2014,was part of the Kakehashi Project, a large-scale youth exchange program between the U.S. and Japan. The project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan with the goal […]

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