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Position changes in Academic and Student Affairs

A series of recent departures has prompted changes in positions in the Academic and Student Affairs area at Shoreline Community College. “We’re saying good-bye to some wonderful people who have been a tremendous asset to the college and help to our students,” Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs James Jansen said. “I’m sure we will find equally wonderful people […]

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College-assigned e-mail accounts to be required for students

Starting Feb. 11, 2012, Shoreline Community College will use only go.shoreline.edu What is it? A fully functional Gmail account assigned by the college to each student. Timeline Now-Jan. 14, 2013 – Inform students of coming change. Jan. 14 – Students without College-assigned e-mail are notified of their new go.shoreline.edu accounts. Jan. 19-Feb. 10 – Students log-in to new go.shoreline.edu accounts. […]

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Shoreline takes big step toward on-campus student housing

Shoreline takes big step toward on-campus student housing

Shoreline Community Col­lege is one big step closer to of­fering on-campus student hous­ing. On Sunday, Dec. 9, Shoreline President Lee Lambert signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for a 400-bed facility that would be built on the site of the current soccer field and track at the north end of the campus. “This is a very exciting day,” Lambert said. […]

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Canvas coming to Shoreline Community College

Shoreline Community College will transition to the Canvas learning management system. The decision to change was made by President Lee Lambert on Dec. 5 after a significant review period by faculty, students and staff. The transition from the current Blackboard learning management system will take place over the next several quarters with full implementation by summer quarter, 2013. “We had […]

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Legislators come to campus to talk budget and revenue

Six state legislators from three districts came together at Shoreline Community College for a public discussion and forum on state budget issues. To kick off the Dec. 6, 2012 meeting, the audience of about 50 people heard a presentation by Andy Nicholas, senior fiscal analyst at the Washington State Budget & Policy Center, on the impacts the recession and budget […]

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Senior Executive Team makes changes

The Senior Executive Team (SET) of Shoreline Community College is making some adjustments to widen opportunities for input and discussion around important college issues. Links Senior Executive Team (SET) Daryl Campbell, Vice President – Administrative Services James Jansen, Vice President – Academic & Student Success Stephen Smith, Vice President – Human Resources & Legal Affairs President’s Senior Executive Team (PSET) […]

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Tayloe Washburn appointed as Shoreline trustee

Tayloe Washburn appointed as Shoreline trustee

Tayloe Washburn has been appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire to the Board of Trustees for Shoreline Community College. “Education is foundational to the success of our citizens, communities and economy,” Washburn said. “I look forward to helping Shoreline Community College continue its work in building that foundation.” A Lake Forest Park resident, Washburn is the founding Dean and CEO for […]

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Moreau prints come to art gallery

Moreau prints come to art gallery

For Ben Moreau, art is all about him, but only as a way to explore the rest of us. Moreau’s highly crafted prints will be on display at the Shoreline Community College Art Gallery Oct. 29 – Dec. 30. There will be a reception from 5-7 p.m. on Nov. 10. The gallery is in the 1000 (Administration) Building, 16101 Greenwood Ave. […]

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Grant will help align high school and college education

Faculty at Shoreline Community College and the Shoreline School District are working together to help students make the transition from high school to college classes.   The effort is called “Core to College” and funded by a $30,000 grant administered by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. Washington is one of 10 states to get the money provided […]

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Shoreline Community College Receives $2 million for STEM training

A $2 million grant is coming to Shoreline Community College from the U.S. Department of Labor as part of a national effort to help meet our nation’s critical shortage of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workers. The project, known as “Credentials to Careers,” will involve colleges in five states. Shoreline will use the money to increase the number of […]

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