Our residence hall is available to all Shoreline students who are at least 17 years old. Located in the heart of the College’s 83 acres, the building features 68 units that house 216 bed spaces with shared living rooms and kitchens.
International students often begin their experience in the United States by living in a homestay, which means living with a local, American family. Students usually have a private bedroom and meals may be included. This is a great way to practice your English and experience American living.
Many Shoreline students have used the following homestay agencies: ABODE, American Homestay Network and USA International, Inc.
20126 Ballinger Way NE #84
Shoreline, WA 98155
Fax: 206-524- 7780
8201 164th Ave. NE Suite 200
Redmond, WA 98052
We strongly encourage you to apply for on-campus housing or a homestay as soon as possible once you are admitted to Shoreline. All three homestay organizations offer a full application fee and deposit refunds to students who show their visa denial letter from a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. You are encouraged to contact the organizations directly if you have any questions.
For non-homestay off-campus housing options, you can search online for available rentals:
Information about the online rental information is not an endorsement of any of these publications or their contents. Shoreline Community College accepts no responsibility for services supplied by above organizations/companies/individuals.