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Welcome New Students!

Last week, Shoreline Community College welcomed new international students! The new students come from fifteen different countries, including Peru, Cambodia, Venezuela, the Philippines, and Kuwait! They had many opportunities to get to know each other and Shoreline Community College during orientation, like competing in a scavenger hunt that took them throughout campus. On Friday they […]

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This Weekend: Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival

The Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival is an outstanding event that has been in Seattle’s history for over 40 years! The event is completely free and takes place in Seattle Center in the outdoor Fisher Pavilion and inside the Armory. It spans three days: Friday, April 21st through Sunday, April 23rd. The festival […]

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Engage in Change with Earth Week

Learn more about what you can do to protect nature during Shoreline Community College’s Earth Week! Earth Week is four full days of discussions, demonstrations, activities, and performances to help educate everyone about the importance of taking care of the world around us. For full times and details, please visit the Earth Week Events Calendar. […]

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Shoreline Welcomes Students from 30 Countries

Fall quarter’s International Student Orientation Program is always the biggest of the year. This year, it was also among the most diverse groups of students we have ever welcomed to Shoreline, with arrivals from 30 countries across five continents.

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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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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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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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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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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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