Campus Updates 08/04/22

Hi Campus Community,

Here are this week’s updates!


Message from the President: 

Hey folks, hope you are having a great week so far!  This past week I have been able to meet more representatives of the Shoreline community.  It’s been great learning about all the great work staff and faculty are engaged in. Diane Dotter and met with the City of Shoreline’s Mayor and City Manager.  There are some exciting projects that the city is engaged in, and some that SCC could be a great partner in. Stay tuned for details!   I was also able to participate in the film excitement (see below for details).  

Fall Quarter Planning 

  • Monday-Thursdays 8 am-5 pm, Friday 8am – 4:30pm: all services will be available in person, as well as online.  
  • Employee Work Schedules: 
  • Administrative/exempt, classified staff, and non-instructional faculty will return to on-campus work for their regularly scheduled work shifts.  
  • Faculty will have an increased on-campus presence with the return to predominantly in-person instruction, office hours, and events.  
  • Campus Cleaning:  
  • Returning to pre-COVID 19 cleaning standards in Fall 2022 means the College will provide the same level of reliable custodial services currently delivered but without the additional sanitizing measures previously required by local, state, and federal offices following the pandemic-driven closure two years ago.  However, the College will retain a number of public health practices that were put into place in response to COVID-19, including the availability of hand sanitizers, masks, and wipe dispensers throughout all our buildings. 
  • For the duration of Fall Quarter 2022, parking permits will not be required for the general populations of staff, students, and visitors. Parking permits will be required, but provided free of charge, for Building 7000 residents. Parking and traffic citations will still be issued in the event of illegal parking, hazardous parking, reckless driving, and in the Parent-Child Center designated areas 

Foundation News 

If you are employed by a U.S. federal, state, local, or tribal government or not-for-profit organization, you might be eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Keep reading to see whether you might qualify. Click here to learn more. 

ctcLink Updates 

Do you have questions about ctcLink? Are you looking for a refresher?  

If you have questions, please visit or our Support Center at

Events and Updates 

Please share with your students and campus community networks:  

A huge thanks to all those who made it possible, including Business & Administrative Services, Classroom Support Services, Communications & Marketing, Facilities, the Film Department, Human Resources, Nursing/Health Occupations, Rentals, Safety & Security, and the STEM Division. Washington Filmworks, a non-profit organization that promotes the film industry in Washington State, interviewed President Jack Kahn and Film Professors Tony Doupe and Duygu Monson about this high-profile event. 



  • Three (3) new positive cases were reported in the last 7 days (1 fewer than the previous week). 


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