How Was Your Opening Week? Please Share Your Feedback

Opening Week has come and gone. Let us know what was useful and what you would like to see in the future through the Opening Week evaluation form. Results will be used to improve the Opening Week experience for next year.

Classroom Support Services for Fall 2021

Classroom Support Services provides training on classroom A/V systems and consultation on your ideas for ways to serve your students using media technology tools. Media tools include Panopto for lecture capture, Zoom for video conferencing, and academic video production services. Classroom Support Services provides support for Zoom accounts. A/V support is provided for courses meeting on campus.

Please contact us at (206) 546-6966 or

Campus Reopening Updates from September 23

Good morning Shoreline Staff,

As we start Opening Week today and get ready to start the Fall quarter next week, please review a few housekeeping items regarding campus reopening: 

Campus Access

  • Employees no longer need to request permission to come to campus. 
  • Faculty are not mandated to work in their offices on campus, but may elect to use their office space.  Meeting with students one-on-one or for office hours should continue to be done online or in maintained spaces on campus, such as your classroom if you are teaching on campus or in the study rooms in the Library. Faculty office spaces will not be maintained or cleaned by the College.
  • Core in-person service areas, such as the Library, are regularly cleaned and maintained by the College. A list of these areas can be found on the COVID-19 Updates for Faculty & Staff page and Hours of Operation
  • Curbside Pick-up/Drop-off Service will continue to be available to all students and employees, regardless of vaccinated status; it is a contactless service.   

Fall Reopening Updates & Reminders

  • Masks are required in all indoor settings. 
  • Social distancing is not mandated. While no office on campus is authorized to require social distancing, individuals may request social distancing from others during interactions.  
  • Personal inquiries into individual vaccination status are highly discouraged. Please respect your colleagues’ privacy. 
  • If you have concerns about how to navigate folks who do not follow College procedures, learn more about the campus de-escalation guidance during the de-escalation offering during Opening Week on Friday at 2 pm and Monday at 9 am
  • Learn about COVID-19 College Procedures and Guidelines during an Opening Week session on Friday at 1 pm. 
  • Ask questions at the Campus Update and Town Hall on Thursday, September 23 at 1 pm.

Vaccination Attestation Reminder

All employees must show proof of vaccination.  The following times are available during Opening Week (via Zoom, as noted) to briefly connect with Human Resources to show proof of vaccination. 

  • Thursday, September 23, 9:00am-12:00pm – ONLINE 

Zoom link: 

  • Friday, September 24, 12:00-2:30pm – ONLINE 

Zoom link:

In addition, to preserve a maximum amount of time in our opening week presentation and Q & A this afternoon, I am attaching some of our typical campus updates (below).  I am looking forward to seeing you all this afternoon as we begin fall quarter.

Thank you.

Phillip J. King

Acting President

Opening Week Is Almost Here!

Shoreline Staff,

Join your colleagues for a wide range of virtual sessions and professional development opportunities September 23-28, 2021.

Sessions include a Town Hall with Acting President King and also those related to College strategic directions of ctcLink, DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion), Guided Pathways, Return to Campus, and Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM).

You also will have the opportunity to take annual mandatory FERPA and Title IX trainings. 

Learn more at or see the Opening Week schedule and mark your calendar.  Check back as more details will be posted soon. 

Phillip J. King

Acting President

Take a Fall Continuing Education Class

Learn something new this Fall with Continuing Education! Classes begin as early as September and require no application or previous experience. 

Get help starting a small food business in Food Business Basics, explore your favorite scary movies in Terror on the Screen: The History of Horror Films, or try your hand at calligraphy in Pointed Brush Calligraphy for the Holidays and Beyond. Classes include learning activities, lectures, and discussions in a fun and supportive environment. 

Continuing Education is also offering a number of in-person classes on campus this Fall, including Digital SLR Photography for BeginnersFood and Wine Pairing for the HolidaysYour Tech Clinic, and more. Please note that students must wear a mask to participate in any on-campus courses and information regarding COVID guidelines and vaccination status will be emailed to all students. 

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

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