Shoreline Community College started coming to life in 1963 when 806 student applications were accepted. In January of 1964, classes began, held in the evenings at Shoreline High School, now Shoreline Center. But it wasn’t until 1965 that Shoreline had its own campus. 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Shoreline Community College campus and the beginning of instruction in college facilities. So what does that mean? Par-tay!
Join us Fri., Sept. 25 to party like it’s 1965. The festivities will kick off in the PUB Main Dining room at 6 p.m. with a series of speakers. Live music will begin at 7 and go until 10. Come enjoy fun, food and popular 60s fads on this evening of celebrating our campus and its thriving community on its 50 birthday. Free and open to the public.