Category: Announcements

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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Roberts takes reins as president

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 […]

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Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

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 […]

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Interim President Campbell named as CEO of Seattle Goodwill

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 […]

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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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Board approves 2014-15 budget, next steps for Daryl Campbell and more​

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, […]

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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’s 50th Commencement big success

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 […]

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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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Young scientists come to campus for STEM fair

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 […]

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