Current Status of Campus

Remote Classes & Operations

  • The College is operating remotely (services available by phone and email)
  • Spring Quarter classes will be held online and begin on April 5

Campus Access

Campus Access Form

Pre-approved students and employees with authorization to enter campus for limited activities must complete this form daily upon each arrival and departure. All other students, employees, and the public should avoid campus until further notice.

 

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For questions about campus access or personal protective equipment (PPE), please email covidsupervisor@shoreline.edu or call (206) 546-7651.

Reporting Possible COVID Exposure 

If you've been exposed and have been on campus, please fill out the exposure reporting form. This is a confidential report for contact tracing puposes. 

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Most Recent Update

January 14th, 2021 Update

With continued elevated rates of COVID-19 in our region, I am announcing two important updates for our community regarding our current pause in attendance on campus and our plans for spring quarter. 

Extending the Temporary Pause in Campus Attendance 

The College will extend the temporary pause in on-campus attendance announced last month through January 31. We ask that employees and students refrain from coming to campus during this period to help reduce the spread of the virus after the winter holidays. Limited instructional programs approved to start earlier may continue to meet on campus as needed, and the curbside pickup/drop-off service will remain in operation for students and employees. 

Remote Spring Quarter 

Based on current health data and the anticipated time for widespread vaccinations to take place, the College will continue remote learning and operations through spring quarter (ending June 18, 2021).  

For spring, we will offer primarily online, asynchronous courses, with limited exceptions for face-to-face learning in pre-approved programs. While we are eager to return to campus in greater numbers, the safest choice for students, employees, and the community at this time is to limit as much in-person gathering as possible. Despite the challenges of remote learning during a pandemic, I want to say I am so proud of you for continuing to focus on your studies! Our faculty and staff remain committed to supporting you virtually.  

Updates to Public Health Guidance 

Governor Inslee recently updated the Healthy Washington recovery plan to restart the state in Phase 1. We continue to ask everyone in our community to keep up the excellent work of wearing masks, staying 6-feet apart, avoiding crowds, and washing hands frequently. As COVID-19 vaccines begin to become more available in our region, there is a phased plan for vaccinations, starting with those at highest risk. You can learn more about this plan on Public Health Seattle & King County’s website

In this new year, while we face many challenges, we also have overcome much and can celebrate the resilient community we call Shoreline. I look forward to seeing all that we will accomplish together, even as we remain apart. 

In health,

Cheryl Roberts, Ed.D.
President

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How to Reach Us

Our services and offices are operating – we’re just not on campus! Our caring staff is available to help students and the public via phone, email, and video appointments. To find a service:

Support & Resources

All campus services are available online and by phone, email, and video appointments.

Online Support for Students and Employees

  • Many companies are providing free, low-cost, or increased data options for internet access right now. Please contact your mobile phone or home internet provider for details. Some current deals as of September 9th include:
    • AT&T:  $10/month home internet access for qualifying customers.
    • Charter/Spectrum: covers most of eastern Washington. Free internet access for students for 60 days along with low-cost services after initial 60 days.
    • Comcast/Xfinity:  Free internet for 60 days for low-income families. Also, access out-of-home Xfinity WiFi hotspots for free for anyone at a hotspot, even without service.
    • T-Mobile: $15/month smartphone plan
    • Through the Federal Communication Commision, they have a Lifeline Discount where you can get internet and cell phone services for $9.95/month.
    • The government has also partnered with cell phone companies to give either free or low-cost cell phone and service plans.
  • Drive-in WiFi hotspots provide free temporary, emergency internet access for those who do not have access to broadband service in their homes. Find nearby locations with the Drive-In WiFi Hotspots Location Finder

Can't pay for things because of COVID-19? Many people are trying to figure out how to afford school when they are facing additional financial hardship due to a sudden loss of wages or additional health care costs. Here are some ways to receive assistance:

    • Our Financial Aid office can help students navigate federal and state loans, grants, and scholarships – and they can help review existing aid packages to see if students may qualify for more aid if their income has changed since they first applied
    • Our Foundation office has emergency grants for students in financial crisis, as well as quarterly scholarships to help pay for tuition, books, and fees
    • Our Benefits Hub connects students with financial resources, food, transportation, and housing support
    • The Federal CARES Act has provided additional emergency funds for students experiencing financial challenges due to COVID-19
    • The Employment Security Department has adopted some emergency rules to relieve workers whose employment has been disrupted by the virus
    • Learn more about various financial resource options from the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions.

1. Reestablish a routine – wake up, go to sleep, and perform daily activities at consistent times throughout your week.

2. Eat, sleep, and exercise – even if you don’t feel like it.

3. Acknowledge and accept your feelings and thoughts – sadness, grief, anger, and fear are normal reactions.

4. Talk to friends and family about how you are feeling or thinking.

5. Do something you enjoy.

6. Seek trusted sources of information but avoid information overload. Think critically as you follow news reports and verify information you receive from social media or loved ones.

7. Keep your distance and connect with others via phone, video chat, social media, etc.

8. Do what makes you feel calmer: breathing, sitting in a quiet space, reading, meditating, listening to music, journaling, going for a walk.

9. Practice self-compassion, being kind and compassionate to yourself, much like you would for a friend a family member.

10. Understand what you can, and cannot, control. You can control your attitude, your own kindness and grace, and your behavior. You cannot control the actions of others, predicting what will happen, or how long this will last.

11. Seek additional help. Individuals who feel an overwhelming nervousness, a lingering sadness, or other prolonged reactions that adversely affect their job, school studies, or relationships should consult with a trained and experienced mental health professional.

For the most up to date information about COVID-19, including symptoms and prevention tips, please reference the websites below:

For general questions about COVID-19, you are encouraged to call King County Department of Public Health at 206-477-3977.