The Admissions department is responsible for general admission to Highline as well as admission into specific programs of study. We create student records and help keep them current. We are also your contact for questions about residency for tuition purposes.
Prepare for College
Set yourself up for success in college. Consider what financial supports you may need, determine what you want to study, make sure Highline has it and explore if Highline is the college that is right for you.
Applying is the first step if you are interested in taking college credit courses. If you are on a student visa or taking Pre-College Studies or Continuing Education courses, then refer to the blue buttons above.
After you are admitted to Highline, follow these steps for getting started with college credit courses. Our step-by-step guide will help you navigate the process from start to finish, including registering for classes.
Some programs require a specific admission process after you are admitted to Highline. These include our AAS in Respiratory Care and AAS in Registered Nursing as well as all applied bachelor’s degrees.
Regardless of status in the U.S. or Washington, all students are welcome to attend Highline. Eligibility for tuition rates does depend on a number of factors. We can help you understand and navigate your options.
Keeping your student record current is important for you and for us. It ensures you have access to what you need. An accurate record helps us provide you with the services and support you need as quickly as possible.