School Closed Mon. February 19th
Shoreline Community College will be closed Mon., February 19th, in observance of Presidents' Day. 
All offices on campus will be closed, and no services will be available to students or the public during this period. The College will reopen for normal operating hours Tues., Feb. 20.

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Humanities Division 



A study of the Humanities invites you to open your perceptions, to investigate human expression, to develop an appreciation for Rococo art and rock-and-roll, Shakespeare and Spielberg and more. At Shoreline Community College you can create, sing, paint, write, speak, sculpt, act, compose, and dance.


To perceive, to experience, to understand, to create: "That's what the Humanities encourage and enable us to do. When we learn about the Humanities, we learn what we humans have made and are capable of making. We learn to see and experience our lives differently. We learn who we are, and we help the students get jobs with the skills they learn.


Transfer Programs

Contact Us

Shoreline Community College
FOSS Building, Room 5327
16101 Greenwood Ave. N
Shoreline, WA 98133

Kathie Hunt, Humanities Dean

(206) 546-4741

Barbara Kristek, Division Secretary

(206) 546-4742

Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Professional Technical Programs

Humanities Outcomes