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What you should know before coming to Shoreline.

Shoreline Offers Affordable Education

Shoreline Community College’s affordable tuition makes studying in the United States more accessible for international students. Shoreline has plenty to offer students, no matter your education goals. Whether you want to complete your high school diploma while taking college classes, improve your English, try out different classes to pick the right major, or complete the […]

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Medical Insurance

Medical care in the U.S. is very expensive!  Therefore, as an international student (F-1 visa), you are REQUIRED to have health insurance during your studies at Shoreline Community College.  In order to ensure adequate coverage, you MUST purchase this insurance through the College.  Shoreline Community College Requirements If you are purchasing medical insurance through Shoreline Community College: The college contracts […]

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Orientation

International Student Orientation Program (ISOP) ISOP BEGINS ON September 18 at 8:00AM! ISOP is very important for your success. Attendance is mandatory.  We recommend arriving at least two days before ISOP begins. This will give you time to recover from a long trip and start your college career feeling good! During ISOP, you will: • take […]

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New Student Newsletter

Shoreline’s International Education department would like to share information with our new students, families, and agents. Through the following newsletters, you will find exciting events, important updates, as well as articles to help you get prepared in your future study at Shoreline. Newsletter Welcome Letter from Executive Director New Scholarship Opportunities for International Students Introduction […]

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Mother’s Day

The United States celebrated Mother’s Day on May 15th. Shoreline Community College’s International Peer Mentors share how they celebrate their mothers and parents in their home countries! Clara Zhang In China, we celebrate Mother’s day at the second Sunday of May every year. It is the time for mothers to take a break and relax. […]

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Student Resource: Writing & Learning Studio

The Writing & Learning Studio is a treasure chest of knowledge tucked away on the third floor of the library. The staff’s mission is to assist all students in building writing and learning skills so they are successful in their academic pursuits. The studio is open for any student, you don’t have to be in […]

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Academic Resource: Tutoring Services

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 […]

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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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3 Things You Can Do with Your go.shoreline.edu Email

3 Things You Can Do With Your go.shoreline.edu Email   As a student at Shoreline, you are provided with an email from our school. Besides sending and receiving emails to or from your teachers, do you know that your Shoreline email is more helpful than you think?   Unlimited Google Drive Storage Your Shoreline email […]

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The United States and China To Extend Visas for Short-term Business Travelers, Tourists, and Students

Starting November 12, the United States and the People’s Republic of China will reciprocally increase the validity of short-term business and tourist visas and student and exchange visas issued to each other’s citizens. Chinese applicants who qualify for a B-category nonimmigrant visa (NIV) may now be issued multiple-entry visas for up to 10 years for […]

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