Shoreline Community College

Shoreline Community College was established in 1964. It is a reputable public community college in Shoreline, Washington. This college was the vision of Dr. Ray W. Howard who wanted to provide the students of Washington an opportunity of higher studies.

It is accredited by the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities proving that it exceeds the criteria for assessment of institutional quality. The college offers a host of transfer degree and over 100 professional training degree programs as well as certificate programs. The campus consists of 26 buildings that are home to over 10000 students with 6000 new enrollments every quarter. Students come from over 50 different countries.

They offer various types of financial aid to students who are in need. Over 140 scholarships are awarded annually. The average amount of funds awarded is around $14.4 million. It has a well-trained faculty of over 400 teachers who provide the best services to students. They maintain a healthy 18:1 student-faculty ratio ensuring all the students get proper attention and a chance to develop a one-on-one relationship with teachers.

Students of Shoreline Community College have transferred to over 178 universities including the California University and New York Film Academy. Its alumni include Halvor Hagen, Rob Harrel, Rudy Pantoja and more.