One Student’s Experience in Jamaica

Originally posted on Shoreline Study Abroad:
For more than ten years running, Shoreline psychology instructor Bob Thompson has been taking students to a rural area in the Blue Mountains to ...



There’s nothing more refreshing on a warm and sunny spring day than a pie in the face, right? On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week (May 20-22), Shoreline’s Student Leadership ...


13 International Students Win Shoreline Scholarship!

Shoreline Community College offered individual scholarship to international students who meet the eligibility criteria and who will be continuing their education at Shoreline Community College during spring quarter 2015. On April 10th, ...




International Student Orientation Program(ISOP) ISOP BEGINS ON September 14th at 8:00AM! ISOP is ...

New Student Newsletter-Fall 2015

International Education department would like to share information with our new students, ...

Medical Insurance

Medical care in the U.S. is very expensive!  Therefore, as an international ...

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Japanese Cultural Festival at Shoreline!

Did you come to the Japanese Culture Festival earlier today? It was held on the quiet dining room in PUB Building. The festival was sponsored by HTC program from Shoreline Community College and they held it for free. There were so many games at the festival. One of the game was Ken Dama, it is a hard […]

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Party Like It’s 1965!

Did you go to the party on September 25th, 2015? The party was held to celebrate Shoreline’s 50th anniversary, so we partied like it’s 1965! The party was an open invitation, so everyone can come. Foods were provided for everyone who come, for free! They had pig in a blanket, root beer float, salad, and […]

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“From Peril to Hope: Migration and Refugees” – NIEA Fall Workshop at Shoreline Community College!

Every year, NIEA (Northwest International Education Association) sponsors a one-day conference for college faculty and staff to learn about current global issues and world events.  The theme of the conference builds on the Community College Master Teacher Institute organized by the Center for Global Studies of UW Jackson School of International Studies. This year, the […]

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7 Things International Students Wish They Had Known When They Got to Seattle

  Everything can be so unfamiliar when you arrive to a new place. International Student Orientation will start on September 14, 2015 but that’s not the first day of class. There are plenty of things you can still do to get adjusted before class starts in September 23, 2015. 1.When you arrive in Seattle, you […]

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Concerts at the Mural

Free Concert on the Roof of Pike Place Market This Sunday! (Plus Even More Free Concerts!)

Summer is coming to an end, but you still have a few opportunities to see some of the free live music that makes Seattle one of the best cities to live in. Every Friday in August, a local non-profit radio station puts on concerts at the Mural Amphitheater in Seattle Center. Each show is completely […]

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Play Ukulele and Make Friends at Shoreline!

“Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”— Berthold Auerbach Are you being pulled down by the stressful academic life? Then, let the music refresh your life. At Shoreline Community College, we have Ukulele Club bringing you joyful moments with this cute little tiny instrument. Any levels of music are all welcomed to […]

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By Andi Szilagyi from Seattle, WA, USA (Fireworks  Uploaded by X-Weinzar) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

4th of July Fireworks in Seattle!

Have you picked out the best spot to watch the fireworks celebrating America’s Independence Day? If not, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Check out this guide to places where you can watch Seattle’s fireworks display over Lake Union. Other cities (Edmonds and Bellevue, for example) will be celebrating with fireworks, too. You can find a […]

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Shakespeare in the Park

It’s almost July, and that means the prime season for Seattle’s amazing summer outdoor scene is almost upon us! Of course, the sunshine, warm weather, and long days are great for outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, cycling, rock-climbing, and camping. But even for those days when you need to recover between trips to the rivers […]

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IE Closes at 12 p.m. on Fridays until September 4th, 2015

International Education will close at 12 p.m. on Fridays for public and student services from June 15th to September 4th, 2015. We will be back to the regular schedule on September 7th. During summer quarter, here are our hours of operation:   Monday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.& 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday:8 a.m.-12 p.m.& 1 p.m.-5 p.m. […]

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Studying Tips from a Current International Student at Shoreline

Studying at Shoreline is not hard, but might get tricky without effective studying method. Since the first day I began my academic life here, I tried to look for a good way to improve my class experience. Fortunately, I found this Cornell method, which was created in the 1950s by Walter Pauk, an education professor […]

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