From President Jack Kahn: Campus Safety Alert 07/01/22

Dear Colleagues and Students,

As you may be aware, some of our neighboring colleges have received messages this morning containing bomb threats to their institutions.

While Shoreline has NOT received any of these messages, and there is NO ACTIVE THREAT to campus, College administration will continue to monitor events to ensure ongoing campus safety. Local and federal law enforcement agencies are also aware of these threats, and their investigation is ongoing.

If a threat is received, communication to campus will occur immediately and campus security will work with law enforcement partners to assess the threat and take the necessary actions to protect our College. Students and the campus community will be notified through RAVE Alerts and by email accordingly if a threat emerges.

Employees can update their RAVE Alerts communication preferences at Emergency Communication Preferences.

As always, if you receive a threatening email or see something suspicious on campus, please alert Safety & Security immediately by calling 206-235-5860.

Employees experiencing stress or other impact from this messaging please work with their supervisor and Human Resources for support.

Thank you.

Dr. Jack Kahn

Office of the President

Shoreline Community College

Campus Updates 06/30/22


C&M Marketing Office Hours- See Employee Calendar 

Crystal Berry, Director of Marketing: Every Monday 11:00 am – 12:00 noon 

Diana Dotter, AVP Advancement, C&M, ED Foundation July 29, August 25, September 29 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm. 

Student Communications 

A student email communications feed has been created at this link! Please bookmark this link and visit to see information being sent to students throughout the quarter. 


Please share with your students and campus community networks:  

ctcLink Updates: 

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


  • 5 new positive cases were reported in the last 7 days (as compared to 6 the prior week).  


  • New information and guidance about COVID-19 is continually evolving; check these official federal, state, and county sources to stay informed:     

PHINalize Your Future: Job and Networking Fair 8/4 11-1pm

PHINalize Your Future: Job and Networking Fair 8/4 11-1 pm

Contact or scan the QR code!

Job and Networking Fair flyer

Tidy-Up Party 7/19 1-3pm

TidyUP makes it easy to identify unpublished pages, delete outdated content and remove empty folders in Canvas. Have you ever tried to manually find and delete unused files or unpublished pages in Canvas?  It’s not easy.

Specifically, TidyUP allows you to do the following in any Canvas course:

  • Identify and delete all files that are not being used in your course.
  • See what files are being used in your course and where they are being used.
  • Find empty folders in the files section of your course and delete them.
  • View a list of all your Canvas pages, assignments, quizzes or discussions with information about each page and the ability to delete multiple pages at once

Come and work with your fellow faculty members and eLearning department. It’s a little bit of clean-up magic and a whole lot of awesome.  If you have any questions, please email us at or visit

Shoreline Support staff will be available the first two Fridays of the quarter

Student Support Services office hours for the summer quarter. 

Monday through Thursday: 8-4:30 

Friday: Closed (Except on June 24 and July 1. See exception below) 

Exceptions: We will be open Friday June 24th  (from 8am to 4:30pm), the week before summer quarter start, and Friday, July 1st (from 8am to 4:30pm), the first week of the quarter. In-person services will be available in the following offices: Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Advising, Cashiering, and International Education.   

Our regular summer schedule resumes starting the week of July 4th.  

If you have questions, please call 206-546-4101.  

Enrollment Services | 206.546.4611 

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