Virtual Session: Should the College Require COVID Vaccinations? July 20 at 3 p.m.

Please join us for a campus meeting (with Q&A) on Tuesday, July 20, from 3-4 p.m. to discuss considerations around whether or not to implement any vaccine requirements at Shoreline.

Zoom Link:

Meeting ID: 863 5760 3171


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Countdown to Commencement 2021! Information for Students

The following message was recently shared on Shoreline Today. Please pass along this information to any graduates who may be participating in Commencement!

Congratulations, Class of 2021! Image of graduation cap and Shoreline logo.

Hello Class of 2021,

The countdown has officially begun; we’re just 5 days away from Commencement on Saturday, June 19! Here are a few friendly reminders to help you prepare for the big day:

Virtual Ceremony At 10:00 a.m. PDT on June 19, you can login to this page via MarchingOrder to livestream the ceremony. Although the page won’t be fully accessible until the day of the event, we recommend acquainting yourself with it ahead of time so you can join in confidence. Captions will be included and a recorded copy of the ceremony will be provided to all graduates after the event. 

You can also let friends and families know they will be able to find the livestream link on Saturday at!

Drive-Thru Celebration 

Did you know you still have until the end of Monday, June 14 to RSVP for our drive-thru celebration? Those of you who are able to attend between 1-3 p.m. can pick up your grad packs, Shoreline swag, and celebrate safely from the comfort of your vehicles. Along with many Shoreline faculty and staff, we’re so excited to cheer you on!

Memorialize the Day with Downloaded Content 

Navigate to the “Commencement Graphics” tab on the Commencement page to download social media graphics and a printable yard/window sign. A printable event program (with a full list of graduate names) will also be added to the website a day before the ceremony. Be sure to show off your Phin Nation pride by sharing photos of your special day using the hashtag #ShorelineGrad2021.

You did it. You’re here. This is your moment!


The Shoreline Community College Commencement Committee

June 11 Campus Update Meeting Canceled

Dear Colleague,

With the campus community focused on bringing the 2020-2021 academic year to a close, the Friday, June 11, 2021 Campus Update Meeting, is canceled.

Campus updates will be sent via the end-of-the-year email communication on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.


Cheryl Roberts, Ed.D.

Retiree Recognition Event – Save the Date!

Please join us at this year’s annual Retirement Recognition event scheduled to be held virtually on Thursday, June 10th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Join us on Zoom:…

This year’s celebration will include a live opening and welcome from President Roberts, video clips honoring the retirees, followed by visits with the 2020 – 2021 retirees in breakout rooms. Well wishes to the thirteen 2020 – 2021 retirees are being collected and you can include yours by visiting this online form to share your messages.

Hope to see you there!

Kick off Your Summer with New Continuing Education Classes

Learn something new this Summer with Continuing Education! Classes begin in July and require no application or previous experience. 

Get feedback on your latest writing project in Open Writer’s Workshop, explore the poetry of Rumi in Rumi: Poet of the Heart, or put that camera to use in Tips for Eye-Catching Bird Photography. Classes include learning activities, lectures, and discussions in a fun and supportive online environment. 

Continuing Education is also offering a small number of in-person classes on campus this Summer, such as Embroidery for Beginners or Summer Wines and Summer Bites. Please note that students must wear a mask to participate in any on-campus courses and class sizes have been adjusted to ensure safety protocols and social distancing. The College will also follow CDC guidelines regarding cleaning and appropriate air filtration. There will be no consumption of food or beverages during on-campus classes. Instructions regarding guidelines for campus access will be emailed to all registered students. 

To see a full catalog of classes, please visit Continuing Education or contact for more information.