College fair draws region’s high-school students

AVID college fair

About 500 students representing 20 high schools from across the Puget Sound region came to Shoreline Community College on Oct. 30, 2014, for the Seattle AVID College Fair.

Read more on the news site.

Veteran’s resource center wants your help!

Please join Shoreline Veteran’s Programs in honoring and celebrating our United States Military Veterans and their families this Veteran’s Day.

Please share your thoughts, memories, pictures, poems, veteran bios, and stories about what Veteran’s Day means to you. We will be displaying your submissions in the Veteran’s Resource Center (FOSS 5225) and the PUB through the end of November.

If you would like to make a submission to be displayed, please do one of the following:

  • Submit items by email to Veterans Program Coordinator, Missy Anderson:
  • Drop off copies (no originals please) of display items to the SCC Veterans Resource Center (FOSS 5225)
  • Drop off copies to the Office of Special Services (FOSS 5226)

We will be accepting submissions through November 7.

Veteran’s Day flag ceremony

Veteran's Day Flag Ceremony Flyer 10.28Join us for a flag raising ceremony in honor of Veteran’s Day at the flagpole in between the PUB and 1000 building at 12:30 p.m.

Reception to follow.

Raging Grannies were on campus Oct. 29

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The raging grannies were on campus singing about social justice issues on October 29, 2014. They treated those in the audience to popular folk tunes with new words in an attempt to raise awareness to issues through humor and fun.

See more photos (and a video!) on Flickr.

AVID Fair on Thursday, Oct. 30

10751325463_507ac3dd90_zShoreline will be hosting an AVID Fair (Advancement via Individual Determination) this Thursday from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The fair will be held in the Main Dining Room with 40 colleges representing their school for 20 high schools who will be attending. We anticipate hosting potential students to our campus from as far away as Anacortes and Olympia. View photos from last years event on flickr.

The Quiet Dining Room will be used as a hospitality suite for high school counselors and teachers. Every effort will be made to provide ample seating and eating areas for our current students. This is only a three hour block of time that will provide many to see our beautiful campus and plan on attending Shoreline Community College. Please say hi to these future students and let Amy Stapleton know if you have any questions or concerns.



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