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Interim President Daryl Campbell

 

Dear Shoreline students, employees and communities,

 

Shoreline Community College is a leader in Washington state, the United States and around the world in providing the education and training that students need to be successful in a globally competitive world.


Prepared by dedicated faculty, Shoreline students transfer to the top universities in the world, including the University of Washington, the No. 1 federal research grant university in the United States. Shoreline students gain skills in the latest technologies in automotive, manufacturing, biotechnology, health care and more. The arts and humanities are vibrant and thriving at Shoreline with an integrated, cross-disciplinary approach that opens new paths to creativity.

 

I am committed to our strategic initiatives of building global skills for all students and increasing access through the use of online technologies. These initiatives position the college and our students for success.

 

Shoreline is also marking a new chapter in the story of this college and its students and I am honored and excited to be part of this wonderful tale.

 

As Interim President, I will work with faculty and staff to continue the innovative work that is the hallmark of Shoreline. At the same time, together we will look for new opportunities to serve our students and our communities, to build upon our world-leader reputation.

 

As the Board of Trustees works through the process of finding a permanent president, our students, communities and employees should know that my goals include to not only provide reliable, sustainable continuity, but active and energetic leadership for our future. In this fast paced world, we can afford and deserve nothing less.

 

Daryl Campbell,
Interim President





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