Shoreline in the news, fall quarter 2019

Here is a roundup of some of the local and regional media stories the College was featured in this quarter. Of special note are two announcements about Shoreline receiving a $100,000 state grant for student emergency funds as well as a generous $550,000 estate gift from a local citizen (see #5-8 below). More information about these wonderful opportunities will be shared soon. Happy reading!

1.  Shoreline Area News, October 1
239 Students Can Now Live On Campus at Shoreline Community College

2.  Seattle Times, October 15
California Approved Nearly $500 Million in Emergency Financial Aid for Community Colleges: Could Washington Be Next?

3.  Seattle Times, November 7
Seattle repeat offenders on a thin line between public safety and patient privacy(highlights Criminal Justice and CE faculty member Anura Shah)

4.  Community College Daily, December 11
From MentorLinks Mentee to Mentor (highlights Clean Energy Technology Director Louise Petruzella)

5.  KATU 2, December 11
Washington Board Awards $2 Million to Help Financially Struggling Students

6.  Shoreline Area News, December 13
Shoreline Community College Will Receive $100,000 from the State for Emergency Grant Funding for Students

7.  Seattle Times, December 14
The Secret is Out: 105-Year-Old Woman Left $10M to Washington’s Community Colleges

8.  Federal Way Mirror, December 16
Local Estate Awards $10 Million to Local Colleges


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