• Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

    A leader in education and training for Washington’ solar industry, Shoreline Community College has landed a prestigious grant to enhance its role in sustainable, renewable energy. The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), with support from the National Science Foundation, has awarded a $20,000 MentorLinks grant to be used for Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology Program. Shoreline is one of only […]

    Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program
  • Project Biotech camp has formula for success

    Two dozen budding scientists just spent a week on the Shoreline Community College campus at the first ever Project Biotech. “It was a huge success,” said Adrienne Houck, Amgen Biotech Experience outreach manager at the college. The camp, July 7-11, drew students ranging from graduating eight-graders to graduating high school seniors from schools around the Puget Sound region. “The students […]

    Project Biotech camp has formula for success
  • Interim President Campbell named as CEO of Seattle Goodwill

    Shoreline Community College Interim President Daryl Campbell will soon be the President and Chief Executive Officer of Seattle Goodwill Industries. “There’s great anticipation, but at the same time a heavy heart. (Shoreline) is family,” Campbell said in announcing the Goodwill appointment and his resignation from the college at the July 7, 2014 special meeting of the Shoreline Community College Board […]

    Interim President Campbell named as CEO of Seattle Goodwill
  • Board approves 2014-15 budget, next steps for Daryl Campbell and more​

    The Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees approved budgets for the coming year on  June 25, 2014, the final meeting of the fiscal year which ends on June 30. The trustees unanimously approved both the 2014-15 General Fund Operating budget and Student Services and Activities (SSA&A) budget. The General Fund Operating budget is currently 44 percent funded by state dollars, […]

    Board approves 2014-15 budget, next steps for Daryl Campbell and more​
  • Shoreline gets grant to train more aerospace workers

    A pipeline to good jobs in the aerospace industry is getting bigger thanks to a state grant. Shoreline Community College is getting $152,614 from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges to put more students in CNC Machinist program. The money will also make it so more can attend classes, upgrade technology and then help graduates get jobs. “This […]

    Shoreline gets grant to train more aerospace workers
  • Bench in memory of Troy Wolff

    A group of friends and co-workers gathered Monday, June 16, 2014 for a quiet moment to remember Shoreline Community College Prof. Troy Wolff. Wolff, 46, died Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 after being stabbed the previous evening while walking in the Pioneer Square area of Seattle following a soccer match at Century Link Field. Wolff’s girlfriend who was with him was […]

    Bench in memory of Troy Wolff
  • Portfolio show at Seattle gallery unveils talent

    It turns out that serving up healthy portions of professional-level creativity on a silver platter to prospective employers is a good idea. A group of visual arts students from Shoreline Community College did the serving on June 5, 2014 at A/NT Gallery in Seattle’s Belltown district. Members of the VCT (Visual Communications Technology) Club pooled their money to put on […]

    Portfolio show at Seattle gallery unveils talent
  • Shoreline’s 50th Commencement big success

    Hundreds of Shoreline Community College graduates, family and friends along with faculty, staff and dignitaries packed the Shoreline Community College gymnasium on June 8, 2014 for the school’s 50th commencement ceremony. In her commencement address, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell acknowledged the work put in by the graduates to get to this point and said the country needs smart leaders for […]

    Shoreline’s 50th Commencement big success
  • Young scientists come to campus for STEM fair

    The second Shoreline Science, Technology and STEM Career Exposition got off to a great start on Saturday, May 31, 2014. Hundreds of young scientists brought their experiments, results and to Shoreline Community College for the event that is the brainchild of Shoreline resident Ray Koelling and supported by Shoreline Community College and the Shoreline School District. The free event is […]

    Young scientists come to campus for STEM fair
  • Shoreline students take their art where the jobs are

    A final step for many students before graduation is displaying what they’ve learned. Sometimes that’s a final exam, sometimes a portfolio of work or a culminating project that is then reviewed, usually by instructors. A group of visual arts students at Shoreline Community College are no different, except they’ve decided to turn a requirement into an opportunity to take their […]

    Shoreline students take their art where the jobs are

Announcements »

Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

July 15, 2014 at 5:42 pm

A leader in education and training for Washington’ solar industry, Shoreline Community College has landed a prestigious grant to enhance its role in sustainable, renewable...

Community Engagement »

Project Biotech camp has formula for success

Project Biotech camp has formula for success

July 11, 2014 at 6:18 pm

Two dozen budding scientists just spent a week on the Shoreline Community College campus at the first ever Project Biotech. “It was a huge success,” said Adrienne Houck,...

Accolades »

More connections made with the Northwest International Education Association

More connections made with the Northwest International Education Association

June 5, 2014 at 10:06 am

Diana Sampson, Executive Director of International Education, was elected President of the Northwest International Education Association for 2014-16.   NIEA is an incorporated...

Other News

Child Advocacy Studies certificate online at Shoreline

Child Advocacy Studies certificate online at Shoreline

By Tyler Alben the Ebbtide Violence and sex abuse are things that children should never have to endure, yet horrific stories of youth in appalling situations seem to be more and more common. Out of all preventative measures, education can be the most effective at turning the tides on child abuse and Shoreline Community College recently joined in that effort. […]

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Philosophy and Film MOOC about to begin

Philosophy and Film MOOC about to begin

Coming soon to a computer screen near you! Shoreline Community College is preparing to host its first ever massive open online course, better known as a MOOC, on July 21. William Lindenmuth, an Associate faculty member in Philosophy at Shoreline, will examine a variety of philosophical issues through the medium of film for the class that will be hosted on www.canvas.net until Sept. 15. […]

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Forst is captain of criminal-justice program

Forst is captain of criminal-justice program

By Daria Kroupoderova the Ebbtide Sitting on a blue exercise ball in a small office on the third floor of the FOSS building watching the Today Show on a small TV is a woman with long blond hair and a longer career in criminal justice career. This is retired police Capt. Linda Forst. Forst is an instructor of criminal justice […]

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Ann Garnsey-Harter

Organizational move further integrates online education

Whether it is on campus, online or a combination of both, Shoreline Community College continues to integrate the ways students can access the education and training they need to change their lives. Three years ago, the college launched the virtual-college initiative to expand the number of degrees and certificates offered online and enhance the quality of the online experience for […]

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College officials to propose $41.6 million budget

College officials to propose $41.6 million budget

Shoreline Community College officials will recommend a $41.6 million operating budget to the Board of Trustees at the June 25, 2014 regular meeting. The good news for students is that tuition, which is set by the state, is not increasing and fee increases by the college will be held to a minimum. “We know that as the state has pulled […]

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Shoreline has emergency plans in place

Shoreline has emergency plans in place

With details of a shooting at Seattle Pacific University still coming in, the question at Shoreline Community College is, “How prepared is this campus to deal with such a tragedy?” Interim President Daryl Campbell said the college does have emergency-response plans in place and continues to expand and refine those procedures. “First, let me offer condolences to victims and all […]

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More connections made with the Northwest International Education Association

More connections made with the Northwest International Education Association

Diana Sampson, Executive Director of International Education, was elected President of the Northwest International Education Association for 2014-16.   NIEA is an incorporated non-profit founded in 1979 with 15 member colleges. The mission of NIEA is “ to bring higher education institutions in the Pacific Northwest together to collaborate in increasing student and faculty opportunities for international exchange, education and training. NIEA sponsors […]

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Man exposing himself to students off campus

Man exposing himself to students off campus

Two Shoreline Community College students have reported seeing a man exposing himself multiple times since April. The two female students told school officials that the man was an approximately 40-year-old white male with blond curly hair and driving a white Ford van with a white rack on the roof. On two occasions, the man was naked from the waist down […]

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Hunter training center recognized

Hunter training center recognized

By: Jerold B. Smith The Hunter Engineering training center at Shoreline Community College’s Professional Automotive Training Center (PATC) offers a real-world setting to learn about undercar service in today’s market. Parts & People visited the center during the recent Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference (VMMC) at PATC during the college’s spring break. Hosting the visit was Mark Olson, who trains at […]

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Veterans mark Memorial Day with flag-raising

Veterans mark Memorial Day with flag-raising

The Shoreline Community College Veterans Resource Center conducted a flag-raising ceremony Friday, May 23, 2014 as part of marking Memorial Day and honoring all men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Participating in the ceremony were Aaron Weed playing The Star-Spangled Banner; on the euphonium,  with Alex Houghton Richard  Fly, Steve Marron, Kevin Jones […]

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