Two measures approved by the Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees ensure that college operations will continue as a midnight, June 30 deadline to adopt a state budget bears down on state lawmakers. At their regular meeting on June 24, the board first approved a budget as proposed by President Cheryl Roberts and staff for the fiscal year 2015-16 which […]Read more ›
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Getting a physical checkup is important and Shoreline Community College just passed an important one with flying colors. In its first-ever financial statement audit, the college received a clean bill of health from the Washington State Auditor’s Office. The audit was dated Nov. 12, 2014, and the college just recently received the official version of the report. The results were […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
Uncertainty in Olympia over the state budget won’t mean uncertainty for summer-quarter students at Shoreline Community College. “We are committed to serving students this summer,” Acting President Daryl Campbell said on Thursday, June 13, 2013. “We don’t know what will happen in the Legislature, but we do know classes will go on this summer at Shoreline.” Lawmakers are entering their second […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees approved the contract for now-acting, soon-to-be-interim President Daryl Campbell. “Continuity, baby,” said Board Chair Phil Barrett. Barrett and Trustee Shoubee Liaw negotiated the pact with Campbell after he was announced as the board’s pick at a June 13, 2013 special meeting. Campbell, the former Vice President for Administrative Services, takes over from Lee Lambert, […]Read more ›
The cost of parking at Shoreline Community College is going up. While tuition for students at the college is set by the Legislature and administered by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, service and activities fees are established by the Board of Trustees. For the coming school year, the board at the June 26, 2013 regular meeting approved increases […]Read more ›
As it turns out, something can happen when an immoveable object meets an irresistible force. At Shoreline Community College, it’s called “Resolution No. 126 2013-14 Operating Budget Continuing Authority.” That’s what the college Board of Trustees decided to do at the June 26, 2013 regular meeting when faced with an unpleasant reality that includes lawmakers in Olympia still struggling to […]Read more ›