• 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 […]

    Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend
  • 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 […]

    Shoreline Nursing Student Wins Prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship
  • 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 […]

    Plastic Bag Whale Comes to Shoreline for Earth Week – Makes a Big Splash
  • Shoreline Music Students Win Awards at Vocal Competition

    Two Shoreline Community College vocal music students were given awards at the recent solo vocal adjudications sponsored by the Puget Sound chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, held on the college campus last weekend. Daniel Siller, a student of Fredrick Lokken, was awarded first place in the Classical College 1 category (college students with 1-3 years of […]

    Shoreline Music Students Win Awards at Vocal Competition
  • Shoreline’s Global Affairs Center’s Great Discussions Series Starts April 9

    Do we need to rethink U.S. foreign policy? Robert Reich identifies four myths of American culture, one of which he calls “The Mob at the Gate,” and is the idea that we see ourselves as “uniquely blessed but continually endangered by foreign menaces.” Reich argues that we need to rethink this and other myths about ourselves and the rest of the […]

    Larry Fuell, Director of Shoreline's Global Affairs Center, leads a discussion.
  • Shoreline Scholars Information Sessions: Thurs., April 2 and Wed., April 8

      Shoreline Community College is holding two information sessions about Shoreline Scholars, our newest scholarship program offering 56 up-to full tuition scholarships to Shoreline and Lake Forest Park residents. The information sessions are free and open to the public and will be held on the Shoreline campus in the PUB (9000 bldg.) Main Dining Room on Thurs., April 2 and Wed. April […]

    Shoreline Scholars Information Sessions: Thurs., April 2 and Wed., April 8
  • Sculptor Jean Behnke Q+A: Talks Making “Unreasonable” Art and Career Advice for Art Students

    Jean Behnke’s exhibit, “The Geisha and the Hawthorn Stump,” is on display in the Shoreline gallery in the Administration building lobby through April 18. The exhibit includes an ongoing series of prints and sculptures loosely formed around a self-created fable following Behnke’s travel to Japan. As the artist explains it, “The coming together of a Geisha’s wig and a Hawthorn […]

    Sculptor Jean Behnke Q+A: Talks Making “Unreasonable” Art and Career Advice for Art Students
  • Shoreline Student Rebekah Thorne Wins Elite Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship

    Of almost 1,650 students across the nation who applied for the Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) 2015-2016 scholarship, only 36 were chosen to receive aid. Rebekah Thorne, a Biology major at Shoreline, was one of those few. FEA awards scholarships to students who demonstrate “compelling academic plans and financial need,” and Thorne plans to use her award to help defray […]

    Shoreline Student Rebekah Thorne Wins Elite Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship
  • Shoreline Automotive Center Hosts Annual Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference

    The Shoreline Community College Professional Automotive Training Center’s Dealer Training Academy hosted the Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference (VMMC) for the fourth year in a row this week. The conference, which attracted approximately 150-300 industry participants from across the nation, ran from March 24-26. The annual conference offers a chance for industry members to learn from experts in their fields about […]

    Shoreline Automotive Center Hosts Annual Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference
  • Shoreline Scholars: 50-plus full-tuition scholarships

    While the cost of attending college may be going up, for more than 50 incoming students this fall at Shoreline Community College their tuition for the next two years could be … zero. Shoreline Community College, the Shoreline Community College Foundation and other philanthropic partners are combining efforts on a new scholarship program called Shoreline Scholars that launches today, March […]

    Shoreline Scholars: 50-plus full-tuition scholarships

Announcements »

Shoreline Scholars Information Sessions: Thurs., April 2 and Wed., April 8

Shoreline Scholars Information Sessions: Thurs., April 2 and Wed., April 8

April 1, 2015 at 4:55 pm

  Shoreline Community College is holding two information sessions about Shoreline Scholars, our newest scholarship program offering 56 up-to full tuition scholarships...

Community Engagement »

Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

Shoreline Soccer Unifies for Historic Tournament With Special Olympics this Weekend

April 17, 2015 at 4:37 pm

  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...

Accolades »

Shoreline Nursing Student Wins Prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship

Shoreline Nursing Student Wins Prestigious Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Scholarship

April 14, 2015 at 3:46 pm

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....

Other News

Shoreline’s Intersextions Class Ain’t Your Mama’s Sex Ed Class

Shoreline’s Intersextions Class Ain’t Your Mama’s Sex Ed Class

“Don’t even get me started on ‘50 Shades of Grey,’”, said Diana Knauf, professor of Psychology at Shoreline. “What a completely incorrect portrayal of the BDSM community.” “Laughable,” said Rachel David, Shoreline’s Director of Women’s Studies. “By the way, have you seen the Salvation Army domestic violence ad campaign that just came out?” With that, Knauf, David and their cohort, […]

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Transforming Lives: Simon Walker, Switching Gears From Auto Mechanic to Master’s Candidate Via Shoreline

Transforming Lives: Simon Walker, Switching Gears From Auto Mechanic to Master’s Candidate Via Shoreline

Never say never. When Simon Walker dropped out of high school during his junior year because “school just wasn’t for me,” he never expected that almost 10 years later he’d wind up as the editor-in-chief of the prestigious Jackson School Journal at the University of Washington. He also never dreamed he’d travel to Valencia, Spain where he’d serve as a […]

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U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake Visits Shoreline, Greets New Student Families

U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake Visits Shoreline, Greets New Student Families

  Indonesian students in attendance at Shoreline’s international student orientation for spring quarter got a surprise Mon., March 23 when U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake made an appearance at the college. Ambassador Blake stopped by Shoreline as part of an outreach tour and spent over an hour meeting with Indonesian students and their families, as well as with Shoreline […]

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Shoreline Community College and North Seattle College See the Light, Break the Rules With New Solar Project

Shoreline Community College and North Seattle College See the Light, Break the Rules With New Solar Project

When it comes to championing student learning, Louise Petruzzella, Director of Shoreline Community College’s Clean Energy Tech program, once was a student in the program, so it’s only natural that she puts student success at the heart of everything she does. So when Mark Weber, a faculty member at North Seattle College, called with an idea for a partnership between […]

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Two SCC Men’s Basketball Players Named to NWAC 2nd Team North Region All-Star Team

Two SCC Men’s Basketball Players Named to NWAC 2nd Team North Region All-Star Team

Shoreline Freshman Marquis Armstead and sophomore Adam Johnson, were named to the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) men’s basketball 2nd team North Region All-Star Team Friday. After taking a year off from the team a year ago, Johnson returned for the 2014-15 season to finish sixth in the conference in rebounding with 223, an average of 9.29 per game. He finished second on […]

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Math Olympiad draws hundreds to campus

Math Olympiad draws hundreds to campus

More than 700 “mathletes,” their family, friends and teachers too over the Shoreline Community College campus on Pi Day, March 14, 2015 for the Shoreline Math Olympiad math competition. Dignitaries on hand for the awards ceremony in the gymnasium included Shoreline’s President Cheryl Roberts, schools Superintendent Rebecca Miner, school board members Mike Jacobs and Richard Potter, Shoreline City Council member […]

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Shoreline’s Biotech Program Gives 25 Rural High School Students Glimpse at Careers in STEM

Shoreline’s Biotech Program Gives 25 Rural High School Students Glimpse at Careers in STEM

For the third year in a row, Shoreline’s biotech program hosted students from Oregon. This past Friday, March 6, 25 students from  Glide High School in the rural town of Glide, Ore., came to participate in Amgen Biotechnology Experience labs funded by the Amgen Foundation. The upper-level high-schoolers spent the day in Shoreline’s Biotech lab where Amgen outreach coordinator Adrienne […]

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Shoreline DECA 2015 Club Takes Top Prizes at Regional Competition

Shoreline DECA 2015 Club Takes Top Prizes at Regional Competition

Shoreline’s DECA 2015 team returned from the Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference held Feb. 19-21 in Victoria, BC with five first place wins, making this year’s team the most decorated in recent memory. Of the 17 students representing Shoreline in 13 different events at this year’s conference, 15 students placed third or better. All 17 Shoreline participants qualified […]

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Shoreline, auto dealers association forge relationship

Shoreline, auto dealers association forge relationship

The network of new car dealers connected with Shoreline Community College just got bigger. “We’re excited about the opportunities that will come with the merger of Puget Sound Automobile Dealers Association and the Washington State Auto Dealers Association (WSADA),” said Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts. “The dealer associations are coming together with one voice for this critically important industry in our […]

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Shoreline Community College’s Co-ops: How One Family Discovered Community Out of Tragedy

Shoreline Community College’s Co-ops: How One Family Discovered Community Out of Tragedy

Four-year-old Kailey Wartinger could count her possessions on one hand after a December fire ravaged the two-bedroom Shoreline apartment where she lived with her mom. Everything that wasn’t burned in the blaze itself was ruined by water damage. When the firefighters packed up their gear, Kailey was left with just two undamaged toys and a handful of clothes for the […]

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