Campus closed Mon., May 28 for Memorial Day

Shoreline’s campus and all College services will be closed on Mon., May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. The College will reopen for regular business operating hours on Tues., May 29. 

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A local leader with a national reputation

Shoreline Community College is well-known for leading the way and those  efforts are recognized with local, regional and national awards. Here are some of those honors: 

  • For four of the past five years, SCC' s Toyota T-TEN Program is the top training program in the country by Toyota Motor Sales USA. More >
  • Professional Automotive Technician Program recognized  for its stellar advances in the Workforce Development category at the 2011 Community College Futures Assembly. More >
  • Clean Energy Technology Center program named one of top 10 Workforce Education programs in the United States at the 2009 Community College Futures Assembly. More >

  • SCC was the only community college or university recognized as one of the 2008 Best Workplaces for Recycling by King County. More >
  • Automotive Technology Center one of four finalists for the "2009 School of the Year" contest sponsored by Chicago Pneumatic tools and Tomorrow' s Technician magazine.
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  • The 2010 edition of Spindrift art and literary journal named best in the U.S. by the Community College Humanities Association. More >

  • The 2009 edition of Spindrift art and literary journal named best in the U.S. by the Community College Humanities Association. More >
  • SCC' s 18 kilowatt solar electric energy system, the largest non-residential system in Seattle City Light's service area, brings award for leading in energy conservation. More >
  • The Automotive Training and Career Opportunities Partnership honored with Governor' s Award for Best Practices in workforce development for the General Service Technician training program. More >
  • "Recognizing the Demographics of the Workforce" Honorable Mention for effective services to individuals with disabilities, persons with limited skills in English, homeless individuals, migrant farm workers and others. 2007