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Highline Resources


The following is a list of programs on campus to help you succeed in your studies at Highline. All these programs welcome Veterans.

Prior Learning Assessment
Get credit for what you already know. If you can produce evidence of experience or training in a class offered at Highline, you could get credit for it for much less than the cost of a regular class. The PLA coordinator can help you connect with an instructor, or you can just make an appointment with an instructor to see if you qualify. See policy on Military Credit Acceptance at Highline.

Financial Aid
Connecting students with financial resources, including Pell Grants. Located in Building 6, 2nd floor. Important! Do not list VA educational benefits as income on the FAFSA application for financial aid. Your VA benefits should go under the Resources section of the FAFSA. This guide gives you very helpful information about the FAFSA and your VA educational benefits.

Scholarships
Available from a variety of sources, including the Highline Foundation.
Application process is separate from federal and state aid.

Women's Programs/WorkFirst Services
Not just for women! Services are available to men, too. Individualized advising, emergency services, and access to commuity resources. Located in Building 6, 1st floor, next to Campus Safety.

Workforce Education Services
Grants and funds for eligible students. Located in Building 6, Room 214. Pre-application oriention required.

Access services
Delivering access to students with disabilities. Located in Building 99, Room 150.

Counseling Center
Providing career, educational, and personal support services. Located in Building 6, 2nd floor.

Academic Advising/Educational Planning
Assisting and empowering students to reach their educational goals. Located in Building 6, 2nd floor.

Transfer Center
Prepares students for transitioning to a 4-year college or university. Located in Building 6, 1st floor, Room 164.

Registration & Records
Precessing student enrollment and transcripts. Located in Building 6, 1st floor.

Tutoring Center
Tutoring in many subjects, other than Writing and Math. Free for all enrolled Highline students. Located in Building 26, Room 319. (Tutoring for Writing and Math is also in Room 319; see links below).

Writing Center
Peer support, computer use for writing projects, workshops, and one-on-one consulting sessions. Located in Building 26, Room 319i.

Math Center
Offers tutoring, workshops, and a place to discuss math with other students. Located in Building 26, Room 319.

TRiO Program
Provides comprehensive support services and encouragment. TRiO serves first-generation students (neither parent a college graduate), low-income, students with a documented disability, and has a new program for veterans and dependents. Located in Building 6, 1st floor.

Math, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) Program
MESA serves underrepresented students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields with academic support and professional development. Underepresented students include those who are African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and female. Located in Building 26, Room 319B.