• Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards

    Shoreline Community College’s student-run newspaper, the Ebbtide, earned the First Place General Sweeps award in the 2015-16 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) journalism competition. Awards were announced in June 2016. The Ebbtide’s news staff won a total of 12 awards and 3 honorable mentions, amassing more points than any other student newspaper in the competition. A First Place […]

    Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards
  • Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals

    On May 25, Shoreline Community College’s ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) Student Club hosted the Puget Sound Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) for an after-work networking event highlighting the college’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program. The topic of the evening was Net Zero Energy Buildings (buildings that produce as much energy as they consume), with […]

    Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals
  • Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016

    “It’s poetic, in a sense, that I’m getting to show my film at the place that allowed me to make it,” said Nick Terry, writer, director, cinematographer, editor, producer, and star of Finding October, a film that is premiering at the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival on Mon., May 30 at Shoreline Community College. Terry, a Shoreline alumnus, graduated from the […]

    Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016
  • Robotics demonstrations, 3D printing, and more at Shoreline’s Advanced Manufacturing Open House

    On Thurs., June 2, Shoreline Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing department will open its doors to the public for an open house event featuring live machining demonstrations, a stirling engine competition, student projects, and more. The event runs from 2-5 p.m. in the 2500 building. In addition to being an opportunity for students to share their work with family, friends, and […]

    Robotics demonstrations, 3D printing, and more at Shoreline’s Advanced Manufacturing Open House
  • Two Shoreline Honors students present work at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

    Shoreline Honors Program students Ashley Cowan and Sophie Morse presented at the University of Washington’s 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Fri., May 20. Cowan, a sophomore at Shoreline studying Political Science and International Studies, presented her research titled “Youth on the Margins: An Analysis of Youth Political Participation and Diversity in the United States.” Her faculty mentor for the […]

    Two Shoreline Honors students present work at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • Shoreline’s Toyota T-TEN program and Toyota Motor Sales support Tahoma High School students with donation

    Shoreline Community College’s Toyota T-TEN program, in collaboration with Toyota Motor Sales, has recently donated two engines, a V8 and a V6, as well as three transmissions to Tahoma High School’s Automotive department. The donation will help support the program that Tahoma High School instructor, Luke Thompson, has designed for his class and that supports up to 125 students. As high […]

    Shoreline’s Toyota T-TEN program and Toyota Motor Sales support Tahoma High School students with donation
  • SIFF lineup at Shoreline Community College announced: Rachel Weisz and Elisabeth Moss among big names in films coming to campus

    The 42nd annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) released its lineup of films this week, and Shoreline Community College is excited to announce the 25 films being shown at the campus’s state-of-the-art theater May 27 – June 4 as an official venue of the festival. Shoreline’s Opening Night film is The Tenth Man starring Alan Sabbagh. The film was an Official Selection at both […]

    SIFF lineup at Shoreline Community College announced: Rachel Weisz and Elisabeth Moss among big names in films coming to campus
  • Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch

    Shoreline Community College is about to launch a refreshed design for www.shoreline.edu. For current students, the greatest impact may come from the class schedule. It will be easier to use and provide new features. Course listings will have direct links to an instructor’s contact information and office location via Google maps. The new look will be geared towards helping prospective students […]

    Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch
  • Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13

    Shoreline Community College presents this interactive whodunit mystery musical in Steampunk style. The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a hilarious, interactive whodunit mystery musical that allows the audience to enter the action and become the ultimate detectives. The show is based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name. In small town of Chesterham, England, the young and charming […]

    Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13
  • 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

Announcements »

Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch

Improved Class Schedule and College Website Ready to Launch

May 7, 2016 at 11:24 pm

Shoreline Community College is about to launch a refreshed design for www.shoreline.edu. For current students, the greatest impact may come from the class schedule. It will...

Community Engagement »

Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals

Shoreline’s CET students present a Net Zero Energy Building design to industry professionals

June 6, 2016 at 11:08 am

On May 25, Shoreline Community College’s ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) Student Club hosted the Puget Sound Young Engineers...

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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Shoreline Scholars opens pathway to college success with 50 full-ride scholarships

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, […]

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Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

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. […]

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Phins Volleyball star M’Kailah Redden Commits to Warner Pacific

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 […]

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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

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. […]

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

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

SIFF at Shoreline Screenings[/button] 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 […]

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Over 600 area students visited Shoreline’s campus for the 18th annual Math Olympiad

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 […]

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Shoreline students Lee-Ping Chin (left) and Sophie Morse (right) are members of the All-Washington Academic Team.

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 […]

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Jellyfish at Shoreline? 3-D Design class brings art into public spaces around campus

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 […]

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