• Shoreline named a Best for Vets college of 2015

    Military Times announced its Best for Vets: Colleges 2015 rankings and Shoreline Community College made the list yet again. The rankings recognize Shoreline for its commitment to providing opportunities to veterans. This year, Shoreline ranked fourth for two-year colleges. This year, the rankings factor in the most comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military students’ success rates. Some of the factors include graduation, retention, […]

    Shoreline named a Best for Vets college of 2015
  • Shepherd speaks on Japan-China relations

    Samuel M. Shepherd spoke Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at Shoreline Community College as part of the Global Eyes series sponsored by the Global Affairs Center at the college. Shepherd’s presentation was titled, “Chinese-Japanese Relations in a New World Order.” Shepherd is  Senior Advisor with the Associates in Cultural Exchange based in Seattle and manages his own consulting firm, Shepherd & […]

    Shepherd speaks on Japan-China relations
  • College fair draws region’s high-school students

    About 500 students representing 20 high schools from across the Puget Sound region came to Shoreline Community College on Oct. 30, 2014, for the Seattle AVID College Fair. AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, a San Diego-based nonprofit organization “dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other postsecondary opportunities.” Schools can opt to […]

    College fair draws region’s high-school students
  • Gym opens after renovations

    Hard hats are no longer needed! The gym at Shoreline Community College has been undergoing renovations for the past few months, but is now open and ready for use. “The students are super excited about the new gym, especially the student-athletes,” Steve Eskridge, Athletic Director said.  “They are proud that Shoreline Community College now has a gym that is as […]

    Gym opens after renovations
  • Airbag demo on TV news

    Local TV news came to Shoreline Community College on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 as part of their coverage of a growing recall over potentially malfunctioning automotive airbags. Looking for more information, and video, of just how airbags work, KING-TV news reporter Glenn Farley came to the Professional Automotive Training Center. Instructor Bob Biesiedzinski spoke with Farley to explain the intricacies […]

    Airbag demo on TV news
  • National workforce conference comes to SCC

    Educators from across the country came to Shoreline Community College on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 to continue work on how to align education and training with the needs of business and industry. Titled the “Credentials to Careers (C2C) National Peer Learning Conference,” the event is part of a $12.3 million, three-year, federal Department of Labor grant with a goal of […]

    National workforce conference comes to SCC
  • Spindrift wins regional award

    Spindrift has once again received national acclaim. The Shoreline Community College literary magazine took second-place in the Western Pacific Division of the Community College Humanities Association annual literary magazine competition only behind the national award winning American River Review from Sacramento, Calif. Spindrift is an art and literary journal created by Shoreline students out of submissions from students, staff, faculty […]

    Spindrift wins regional award
  • Troy Wolff bench dedication set

    Friends and co-workers of Troy Wolf will gather at noon, Sept. 18, 2014 on the Shoreline Community College campus to dedicate a granite bench and memorial plaque in his honor. Wolff, a former English professor at Shoreline, died Sept. 14, 2013 after he and his partner were stabbed in a random attack the previous evening while walking in Seattle’s Pioneer […]

    Troy Wolff bench dedication set
  • ‘Science of Cannabis’ class ready for fall quarter

    Don’t bother bringing a bag of Doritos to Biology 140 this fall at Shoreline Community College. The new class may be titled “The Science of Cannabis,” but instructor David Baldwin says the emphasis will be on the science surrounding cannabis, not how to cultivate it and there definitely won’t be any consumption. “There will be some discussion of agricultural and […]

    ‘Science of Cannabis’ class ready for fall quarter
  • Roberts takes reins as president

    Cheryl Roberts is the new president of Shoreline Community College, the eighth in the 50-year history of the institution. Roberts took the reins on Friday, Aug. 1, 2014. Staff and faculty gathered in the college gallery for an informal event to mark the transition to Roberts’ leadership from that of outgoing interim president Daryl Campbell. “I’m very happy, very excited […]

    Roberts takes reins as president

Announcements »

Cathy Otto named new dean of health and business division

Cathy Otto named new dean of health and business division

November 7, 2014 at 3:57 pm

Cathy Otto is the new Dean of the Health Occupations, Physical Education and Business Division at Shoreline Community College. “I’m very excited to bring Cathy with her...

  • Student housing continues to be a priority
    Student housing continues to be a priority

    With programs that draw from across the state, country and globe, Shoreline Community College continues to look...

    October 30, 2014 at 6:21 pm
  • Airbag demo on TV news
    Airbag demo on TV news

    Local TV news came to Shoreline Community College on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 as part of their coverage of a growing...

    October 23, 2014 at 7:00 pm
  • National workforce conference comes to SCC
    National workforce conference comes to SCC

    Educators from across the country came to Shoreline Community College on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 to continue work...

    October 9, 2014 at 7:03 pm

Community Engagement »

Shepherd speaks on Japan-China relations

Shepherd speaks on Japan-China relations

October 30, 2014 at 6:58 pm

Samuel M. Shepherd spoke Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at Shoreline Community College as part of the Global Eyes series sponsored by the Global Affairs Center at the college. Shepherd’s...

Accolades »

Shoreline named a Best for Vets college of 2015

Shoreline named a Best for Vets college of 2015

November 10, 2014 at 9:00 am

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Cathy Otto named new dean of health and business division

Cathy Otto named new dean of health and business division

Cathy Otto is the new Dean of the Health Occupations, Physical Education and Business Division at Shoreline Community College. “I’m very excited to bring Cathy with her academic and professional experience to the college in a leadership position for these important programs,” said Bob Francis, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. “I want to thank the members of the […]

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Student housing continues to be a priority

Student housing continues to be a priority

With programs that draw from across the state, country and globe, Shoreline Community College continues to look for ways to help students meet their needs for housing while getting the education and training that can change their lives. “We’re committed to finding a housing solution that works for our students, the college and the community,” President Cheryl Roberts said.  “Whether […]

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Students join worldwide anniversary celebration of Confucius Institute

Students join worldwide anniversary celebration of Confucius Institute

Five Shoreline students will help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Confucius Institutes. The five students from Vietnam, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Korea will participate in a panel discussion hosted by The Confucius Institute of the State of Washington, from 1-4 p.m., Sept. 27, at Chief Sealth High School, 2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle WA 98126. The Shoreline students […]

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Four of Shoreline's seven International Peer Mentors.

International Student Orientation Program a big success

Even though classes for fall quarter don’t start until Sept. 24, hundreds of students and parents arrived to campus this week. The new students – from countries around the world – took tests and had informational meetings and workshops to help them prepare for the upcoming school year. More than 300 students and 50 family members arrived to take part […]

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Dynamic duo staffing Student Leadership Center

Dynamic duo staffing Student Leadership Center

The Student Leadership Center at Shoreline Community College is heading into fall quarter with a new staffing lineup. “I’m very pleased that Rae-Ann Barras and Rezina Habtemariam are in place and supporting students,” said Dean of Students Kim Thompson. “Rae-Ann and Rezina bring a tremendous amount of energy and expertise to this very important hub of student life.” Barras is […]

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Shoreline hosts fourth annual Overcoming Barriers Summit

Shoreline hosts fourth annual Overcoming Barriers Summit

Being blind might be enough of a barrier to most people, but it didn’t stop Cyrus Habib from graduating from Columbia, Oxford and Yale Law School, becoming a Rhodes Scholar and professor at Seattle University Law School and getting elected to the Washington state House of Representatives. During his keynote speech at the fourth annual Overcoming Barriers to Employment summit […]

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Drowning victims were Shoreline students

Drowning victims were Shoreline students

Two young men who drowned late Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at Green Lake in Seattle have been identified by the King County Medical Examiner’s Office as Euel Desta, 21, of Shoreline, and Abenezer Getachew, 23, of Snohomish County. Both Desta and Getachew were students at Shoreline Community College and had been attending classes during summer quarter. According to media reports, […]

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Shoreline hosts Ajou students once again

Shoreline hosts Ajou students once again

Travelling more than 5,000 miles and spending two weeks on campus, students from Ajou Motor College in South Korea learned the most important parts of Shoreline Community College’s Automotive program: cars, culture, language and the Seattle Mariners. About 20 Korean students spent the two weeks working with faculty, staff and students as a piece of the partnership between Shoreline and Ajou. […]

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SolarFest shines on Shoreline campus

SolarFest shines on Shoreline campus

The 11th Annual NW SolarFest: Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair was a huge success, according to organizers. The event opened Saturday, July 26, 2014 on the Shoreline Community College campus to clear blue skies, warm temperatures and smiling fairgoers. At noon, Cheryl Roberts, the incoming college president, welcomed the crowd and acknowledged her fellow education leader, Superintendent of Shoreline […]

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Solar-powered garden to feed vegan deli and neighbors

Solar-powered garden to feed vegan deli and neighbors

The sun provides the energy vegetables need to grow. So it makes sense that when a farmer needs electricity to give those veggies a head start and then sell nature’s bounty, he might also turn to the sun. Urban-horticulture convert Dennis Comer says that while he appreciates the potential for cosmic alignment, his motivation was much more pragmatic. “The City […]

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