ESL students can get a head start on college, tuition-free, with this competitive scholarship.
Immigrant or refugee students already trained in a medical field or other profession in another country get counseling and education services to prepare to practice a similar profession in Washington State.
All multilingual students can get guidance with course selection, pathways to college, ways to pay for college, and other resources for starting your degree or certificate program.
Entering the U.S. on a student visa and want to earn a U.S. degree or certificate at Highline? International Student Programs is your first stop. If intensive English classes and an American experience are what you need as an international student, Highline's Kaplan International Center is for you.
Learn and practice basic speaking, listening, reading and writing skills with non-credit ESL classes. Through this department, you can also work toward high school/GED completion.
All Highline degrees require the English 101 class. Check out the English Department website for course listings, or contact English faculty advisors Monica LeMoine or Matt Schwisow for questions about eligibility requirements for that class.
If you are a permanent U.S. resident or U.S. citizen interested STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), MESA may be for you. MESA serves underrepresented students with academic support and professional development in STEM.
View our Highline website in Spanish.