Category: Announcements

Student newspaper article illustrates why Shoreline is focusing on rights and values for all

Shoreline Community College and many other colleges are making strong steps forward to address the serious national issue of sexual harassment, violence and discrimination on college campuses. “It is our core value that everyone who comes to this campus feels respected and supported,” President Cheryl Roberts said. “The experiences of two students quoted in a Jan. 16, 2016 article in […]

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College street banners on Aurora Avenue

College street banners on Aurora Avenue

A collaboration between Shoreline Community College and the City of Shoreline to bring visibility to the college and note the community’s rich heritage of excellence in education is now on display, hanging from light poles along Aurora Avenue North from 155th Street to 165th Street. College-themed street banners were added to the light poles on Jan. 10, 2016. The double […]

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President Roberts signs agreement with mayors in Okinawa

President Roberts signs agreement with mayors in Okinawa

In an effort to further strengthen Shoreline Community College’s long-standing relationship with Japan, President Cheryl Roberts recently visited Okinawa Prefecture in southern Japan to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with several local prefecture mayors.  The mayors have banded together in an initiative to encourage local Okinawan students to study abroad and participate in an increasingly interdependent world. The agreement signed […]

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Campus to close Dec. 21-25 during winter break

Campus to close Dec. 21-25 during winter break

Shoreline Community College will be closed to the public from Dec. 21-25, 2015, President Cheryl L. Roberts has announced.  All offices on campus will be closed. College employees will be taking leave and no services will be available to the public during the campus closure. Please note the campus will continue to be patrolled during the closure by College Safety […]

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Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

For more than 50 years, three early childhood education programs in Shoreline have been helping children and families grow, but now it is the growing number of families enrolling children in the Shoreline School District that is forcing those programs from their home and perhaps out of existence. The three cooperative preschools are North City, Shorenorth, and Shoreline Cooperative. Currently, […]

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Community Standard Statement affirms college values

Community Standard Statement affirms college values

Shoreline Community College now has a Community Standard Statement, a strong affirmation that the campus is a place where all people can come to learn and work in a supportive environment. “It is our core value that everyone who comes to this campus feels respected and supported,” President Cheryl Roberts said. “This happens when we are open to learning and […]

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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Tech Program Looks to the Future of Solar, Hosts the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Tech Program Looks to the Future of Solar, Hosts the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit

Multiple legislators and over 170 solar industry stakeholders visited Shoreline’s campus Oct. 9-10 as the college hosted the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit. The theme of this year’s event was “The Future of Solar in Washington State: Caution: Curves Ahead.” This was the first year Shoreline Community College was tapped to host the annual industry event. “It’s fitting that the […]

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Shoreline Strengthens Relationships with the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission in Campus Visit

Shoreline Strengthens Relationships with the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission in Campus Visit

On Fri., Oct. 9, President Cheryl Roberts, Vice President Bob Francis, Executive Director of International Education Diana Sampson and members of Shoreline’s International Education and ESL departments welcomed officials from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) and their advisors to campus. Created by the Saudi government in 1951, SACM administers programs and policies to meet the educational and cultural needs […]

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Shoreline rallies for #IamUCC

Shoreline rallies for #IamUCC

Employees and students at Shoreline Community College gathered today, Oct. 7, 2015 to show solidarity with their counterparts at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore. “The tragic shooting that took place at Umpqua impacts everyone,” Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts said. A social media campaign using the hashtag #IamUCC started in Oregon and is spreading across the country. Shoreline employees and […]

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Shoreline offers condolences in Oregon college shooting

(Updated: 2:20 p.m., Oct. 2, 2015) Shoreline Community College officials say their thoughts and support are with the people at Umpqua Community College as details continue to come out about the tragic and heart-wrenching shooting at the college today, Oct. 1, 2015. According to news reports, 10 people died and additional people were wounded in the shooting on the campus […]

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