July 23 is the last day to drop a class and receive a “W” and the last day to change a class to or from an audit for summer quarter. You can do this online if needed!
Shoreline Community College is hosting its first ever massive open online course, better known as a MOOC. Instructor William Lindenmuth examines a variety of philosophical issues through the medium of film for the class that is hosted onhttp://www.canvas.net and runs July 21 until Sept. 15. This no-credit class is free and enrollment is open until Friday, September 5, 2014. To read more about the MOOC, visit the news site!
Join us for music, food, a KIDZone, electric cars, a barter fair and, for the first time ever (possibly in the world!) a doggie trash fashion show.
This will be the 11th SolarFest and is always growing. There will be free parking and the event itself is also free.
Here is a look at some of the things happening on and around campus this week!
Wednesday, July 23:
Last day a student can drop a class and receive a W.
Last day to change a class to/from audit.
The Honors Program is designed to offer a challenging curriculum for students planning to transfer to four-year institutions of higher learning or who simply wish to deepen their college experience. Students have the opportunity to work on in-depth projects in specific academic disciplines and to create a community of scholars with whom to share their ideas.
The Honors Program encourages students to work closely with faculty to develop a research agenda for the one-year course of study. Attached is an application you can share with those students.
Terry Taylor (Acting Dean of Social Sciences, Library Technology, Equity and Social Justice, World Languages, Honors and Parent Child Center) would be happy to answer any questions about the program.