The International Peer Mentors (IPMs) are international students who are here to welcome and introduce you to the vibrant campus life of Shoreline Community College. You’ll see them at Orientation, other special ...
Tutoring services offers free one-on-one tutoring (up to two hours a week). The purpose of tutoring services is to help students who need assistance with completing their school work and offers support in specific subject matters. Students will be able to not only gain and review their knowledge through the tutoring services but will also […]
Today, we would like to introduce you to Jisa Kang who is from the city of Nagoya in Japan and one of our current International Peer Mentors for 2016-2017. Jisa decided to study in Shoreline Community College because she found her major, music technology. Her first impression of Seattle and Shoreline was how nature-friendly it […]
Movies at the Mural is an outdoor cinema experience like no other! Check out this summertime Seattle Center event series which is free of charge and fun for everyone! During the month of August, you can relax under the stars at the foot of the world famous Space Needle while watching movies like Galaxy Quest […]
Enjoy free live music every Friday in August with KEXP radio’s “Concerts at the Mural” series featuring local, Pacific Northwest bands like The Thermals and Radiation City. Now in its ninth year, this popular outdoor music series is a great way to experience some local culture while checking out one of Seattle’s most popular tourist […]
The Summer 2016 International Student Orientation Program (ISOP) was off to a great start with the arrival of new students from all over the world! …China, Colombia, India, Nepal, Thailand and more. These young adults are already writing their own life stories that one day they will share with other new students coming to Shoreline […]
I would like to introduce Blanche Cizubu, one of our new International Peer Mentors for 2016-2017. Blanche is from Kinshasa, Congo, and she began her studies at Shoreline Community College in Fall 2014. Blanche chose Shoreline Community College because she liked the beautiful campus and found it to be a peaceful place to study. She […]
Shoreline Community College welcomed twenty EducationUSA advisors from countries all over the world (including Zimbabwe, Peru, Pakistan, and Germany, to name a few) to partake in a training session titled “Study Options and Pathways at a Two-Year College,” a college fair, and an ice cream social with Shoreline faculty, staff and students on Tuesday, June […]
The Seattle Shakespeare Company will be performing Hamlet, one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, in parks in the Seattle area this summer. The performances are free to attend, although donations are welcomed. If Hamlet is a little too heavy for you, they will also be doing one of Shakespeare’s comedies, Love’s Labours Lost. You can see the […]
Thursday, July 7 will be the first Thursday of the month of July. On the first Thursday of each month, you can visit museums around Seattle (including the Seattle Art Museum, MOHAI, and the Asian Art Museum) for free! Don’t miss the opportunity to check out the great collections at each of these museums!
On June 3rd 2016, the graduation BBQ was a success. We had about 300 students come to enjoy this event. It took place at the Carkeek Park. The International Education department, the Multicultural Center, the Athletic Department, International Peer Mentors (IPMs), and Associated Student Government (ASG) contributed to this event. The weather was very nice […]