Ways to Pay for College
If you are looking for ways to pay for college, first meet with a funding advisor:
- Tanya Kasselman at (206) 592-3484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Aisha Kareem, Education Advocate, Seattle Education Access. Contact information: 206-852-7686 or email@example.com. Website: www.seattleeducationaccess.org
English Language Learners
English Language Learners Resource Guide
We’ve put together a guide to help immigrant, refugee, and international students get the help they need to achieve their goals while attending courses at Highline College.
Earn Free College Credits for Languages You Know
STAMP is an online program that tests reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Based on the proficiency level you demonstrate, you may be able to earn from 5-10 credits of college credit in one of these languages.
Support for Undocumented Students
Employment and Career Resources
The perfect tool to explore your ideal career and the education and training necessary to help you reach your goals.
Career Exploration (WOIS)
Use WOIS/The Career Information System to explore careers, create goals for your future, make educational plans to reach your goals, and find the training programs and the right schools to help you achieve your dreams.
Helps students, alumni, and community members free of charge with career exploration, job search, campus, resume writing, and career events.
Highline College Programs
HUB Pathways Flowchart
The Transition Success Center created this handy flowchart to show you options you have here at Highline College.
Career Training Programs
Highline College's professional-technical education programs can help jump-start your career in today's competitive workplace. Whether you have a job or need help finding the career that's right for you, Highline can help.
Fields of Study
Highline College offers many certificate and degree programs to fit your need. This is a list of the programs that Highline offers.