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Campus Incidents

  • Emergencies: Dial 911
  • Public Safety
    Phone: (206) 592-3218
    Safety, security, and crime prevention services
  • Report a Crime

Incident Reporting Form

Highline College Student Conduct and SAIT Incident Report Form imageThis reporting form allows you to submit alleged Student Conduct Code Violations or a SAIT report. If you are submitting an Academic Dishonesty report, we recommend you use the following Academic Dishonesty Report Form.

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Microsoft Word Accessible Document Workshop

As Highline College continues to create an accessible campus, do you know if your documents meet accessibility standards? Do you know how to create an accessible document in Microsoft Word? Do you know how to run an accessibility check within Microsoft Word?

Attending this workshop will assist you in gaining these valued skills to help you in your professional career:

  • Learn why accessible documents are important
  • Basics of assistive technology
  • Learn what makes a document accessible
  • Check your own Word documents to see if they meet accessibility standards
  • Learn how to use the tools provided in Word to make documents accessible

Feel free to bring any documents (if you are faculty syllabus strongly encouraged) in question to review during this workshop.

All faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

When: Wednesday, March 27 – 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Where: Building 30, Room 3317

Presented by: Bobby Dutreix – Accessible Technology Program Manager

RSVP encouraged. Please email Bobby Dutreix at

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Campus Community Potluck

The intention of this gathering is to break bread together and build relationships with one another. We hope you can join us, especially if you’ve been unsure if the potluck food works for you.

Theme: No theme. Please bring food or beverages to share.

Hosted by: Information Technology Services (ITS)

When: Wednesday, March 27 from 12–1 p.m.

Where: Building 30, Room 204 (second floor, south side, lunchroom)

If you’d like to participate but don’t have food to share, you may contribute to the donation box to help with purchasing potluck supplies. Excess will be donated to the Highline Community Pantry.

Contact Shannon Waits or Gerie Ventura to host a potluck. Hosting means you just have to provide the space.

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Highline Community Pantry

Highline Community Pantry

Visit the pantry and to get grab and go meals, fresh fruit and veggies, food demos, hygiene products, and community resource information. The Community Pantry is open to all with a valid Highline ID.