• Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference

    Robots built and programmed by Shoreline Community College students placed 1st and 3rd in the American Society of Mechanical Engineering Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference held at Tacoma Community College April 8-9, 2016. The conference included participants from both two- and four-year institutions across the Pacific Northwest. This was Shoreline Community College’s first year entering the competition with a […]

    Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference
  • Shoreline Scholars opens pathway to college success with 50 full-ride scholarships

    Shoreline Scholars, Shoreline Community College’s up-to-full-tuition scholarship program, is back and ready to change lives for the 2016-17 school year. Launched in April of 2015, Shoreline Scholars is the first-of-its-kind scholarship program in Washington State. For its inaugural run in 2015, the Scholars program, funded through existing financial aid funds, the Shoreline Community College Foundation, and private donor Harley O’Neil, […]

    Shoreline Scholars opens pathway to college success with 50 full-ride scholarships
  • Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

    As the energy industry continues to advance, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program remains nimble in its course offerings to anticipate and meet the growing needs of employers and consumers. In a new class added in winter of 2016, Shoreline students got to delve into the world of off-grid power generation and storage, a hot topic in the energy industry. […]

    Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power
  • Phins Volleyball star M’Kailah Redden Commits to Warner Pacific

    Former Shoreline Community College Volleyball stand out M’Kailah Redden has committed to Warner Pacific College in Oregon to continue her education and Volleyball career. Redden played for the Phins during the 2013 and 2014 seasons and spent this past year completing her Associates degree from Shoreline. As a player for the Phins, Redden was named to the 2014 All-North Region […]

    Phins Volleyball star M’Kailah Redden Commits to Warner Pacific
  • Shoreline Community College students get new path to Bachelor’s Degree through new Honors Program

    Today, Shoreline Community College announced a new program that will support eligible students to earn an associate degree with honors and transfer to a top four-year university to complete their bachelor’s degree—saving a significant amount on the cost of their overall tuition for a bachelor’s degree. The new program, American Honors, will enhance the existing Honors program offered at Shoreline. […]

    Shoreline Community College students get new path to Bachelor’s Degree through new Honors Program
  • Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4

    For the first time, Shoreline Community College will host film screenings as a part of the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). Twenty-seven screenings, some with Northwest connections, will take place from May 27 to June 4. Films will be announced in the coming weeks. The addition of Shoreline Community College’s theater as a member of the SIFF family of […]

    Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4
  • Over 600 area students visited Shoreline’s campus for the 18th annual Math Olympiad

    The 18th annual Shoreline Math Olympiad was held on Sat., March 12 on the Shoreline Community College campus. Over 600 fourth- through eighth-grade students from 18 public and private schools in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park participated in this year’s event, and more than 900 people attended the awards ceremony in the campus gymnasium. The college has hosted this event […]

    Over 600 area students visited Shoreline’s campus for the 18th annual Math Olympiad
  • Two Shoreline students named to All-Washington Academic Team

    Shoreline Community College students Sophie Morse and Li-Ping Chin have been named to the All-Washington Academic Team, as selected by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Students are selected for the All-Washington Academic Team for outstanding achievement in and outside of the classroom and for making positive contributions to their community. The team is made up of students from Washington’s community […]

    Shoreline students Lee-Ping Chin (left) and Sophie Morse (right) are members of the All-Washington Academic Team.
  • Jellyfish at Shoreline? 3-D Design class brings art into public spaces around campus

    Members of the campus community may have noticed some new public art around campus, most visibly the archway just southwest of the Library. The creations – 18 in all – are the final student projects for Matt Allison’s 3-D Design class and will remain on display through the end of Winter quarter’s finals week. Pieces include an outdoor chessboard at […]

    Jellyfish at Shoreline? 3-D Design class brings art into public spaces around campus
  • Phins Volleyball star Anya Golubitskikh commits to EWU

    Fresh off a dominating Sophomore season, Phins Volleyball star Anya Golubitskikh has committed to continue her career at NCAA Divsion 1 Eastern Washington University. Golubitskikh led the Phins with 3.15 Kills per game and an attack percentage of .311. Defensively she led the team with just under 1 block per game and 38 total blocks on the year. Golubitskikh earned a number of […]

    Phins Volleyball star Anya Golubitskikh commits to EWU

Announcements »

Shoreline Community College students get new path to Bachelor’s Degree through new Honors Program

Shoreline Community College students get new path to Bachelor’s Degree through new Honors Program

March 21, 2016 at 10:41 am

Today, Shoreline Community College announced a new program that will support eligible students to earn an associate degree with honors and transfer to a top four-year university...

Community Engagement »

Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4

Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4

March 21, 2016 at 10:14 am

For the first time, Shoreline Community College will host film screenings as a part of the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). Twenty-seven screenings, some...

Accolades »

Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference

Shoreline students win big at ASME Pacific Northwest Engineering Student Design Conference

April 28, 2016 at 4:21 pm

Robots built and programmed by Shoreline Community College students placed 1st and 3rd in the American Society of Mechanical Engineering Pacific Northwest Engineering Student...

Other News

Help the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1 reach its goal

Have you been wanting to donate to the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1? Now is the time to do it! The fund is now up to $23,739, just $1,261 short of the $25,000 goal for the fund to become an endowment and provide assistance to students in perpetuity. John Backes, former Shoreline Community College Faculty and […]

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Shoreline’s Automotive Program and GM donate two high-performance vehicles to Bellevue High’s Automotive Technology Program

Shoreline’s Automotive Program and GM donate two high-performance vehicles to Bellevue High’s Automotive Technology Program

Thanks to a donation by Shoreline Community College’s General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) in conjunction with General Motors, Cadillac of Bellevue, and Chevrolet of Bellevue, the Automotive Technology Program at Bellevue High School is now home to a 2013 Chevrolet Corvette and 2013 Cadillac ATS. The high-performance vehicles were donated to Bellevue’s Automotive Technology Program thanks to […]

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Men’s Basketball players Kelley and Smarr receive Academic Honors

Men’s Basketball players Kelley and Smarr receive Academic Honors

Sophomores Skyler Kelley and Jason Smarr were both named to the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Winter Term Academic Excellence Team. Skyler Kelley played in 23 games for the Phins and averaged 9 points per game. The sharpshooter shot 40% from the three-point line and 83% from the free throw line. Kelley has an overall GPA of 3.5 and plans to […]

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Shoreline DECA Takes Top Awards at Regional Competition

Shoreline DECA Takes Top Awards at Regional Competition

Shoreline’s Collegiate DECA team returned from the 2016 Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference held Feb. 18-20 in Spokane, WA with a number of wins. Of the 25 students representing Shoreline in 12 events at this year’s conference, 13 students placed third or better. Almost all Shoreline participants, 24 out of 25, qualified for the 2016 Collegiate DECA International Career Development […]

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The City of Shoreline honors Shoreline Community College with Black History Month Proclamation

The City of Shoreline honors Shoreline Community College with Black History Month Proclamation

On February 1, the City of Shoreline presented a delegation of Shoreline Community College students and staff with a Proclamation in celebration of Black History Month. Mayor Chris Roberts presented the Proclamation to the delegation at the City Council Meeting. The Proclamation reminds the community of the contribution of African-Americans and the importance of our continued quest of achieving equality […]

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Shoreline’s Association of Nursing Students brings community to campus through brown bag meetings

Shoreline’s Association of Nursing Students brings community to campus through brown bag meetings

The Shoreline Community College Association of Nursing Students (SCCANS), a student-led club, facilitates a weekly Monday brown bag session aimed at broadening the scope of nursing education by providing discussion panels of social, educational, and political import. While panels often focus on topics related to career development, they also serve to broaden our nursing students’ connection to community. On Mon., […]

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Shoreline’s Honda PACT Students Earn NC3 Torque Certification

Shoreline’s Honda PACT Students Earn NC3 Torque Certification

The students in Shoreline Community College’s Honda PACT Program recently completed two days of training in the application and theory of fastener torque. Jeff Cromwell, Shoreline Community College’s NC3 Torque Certification and T-Ten Instructor, provided in-depth training to the students. Training included the theory of torque and fasteners used in the Automotive Repair Industry, along with hands-on work experiences in […]

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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

This winter, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program students got real-world training on how to work with clients in an industry setting. In January, following months of research, students in the Zero Energy Design Practicum class presented an in-depth solar installation proposal to a board of managers and directors at the State of Washington’s Public Health Laboratories. “Within the CET […]

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Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social  justice with a book drive

Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social justice with a book drive

Shoreline Community College students are partnering with Books to Prisoners, a Seattle-based nonprofit that sends free books to prisoners nationwide, for a winter quarter book drive. The partnership is the brainchild of Shoreline’s Reference & Instruction Librarian Chloe Horning, who was inspired by the campus Community Read of Octavia’s Brood, a science fiction anthology exploring issues of social justice. “I’ve volunteered with Books to […]

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Student newspaper article illustrates why Shoreline is focusing on rights and values for all

Shoreline Community College and many other colleges are making strong steps forward to address the serious national issue of sexual harassment, violence and discrimination on college campuses. “It is our core value that everyone who comes to this campus feels respected and supported,” President Cheryl Roberts said. “The experiences of two students quoted in a Jan. 16, 2016 article in […]

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