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New Student Orientation


If you are new to Highline, completing an orientation session is an important step to begin your academic
experience. If you have never attended college, orientation is a required step prior to registering for your
first quarter. If you have attended college previously, we recommend you complete the online orientation
at a minimum to learn about Highline programs and resources.

Sign-up through the Google Form (link below) to gain access to the online orientation, and select your
campus orientation session. The online portion will be available beginning May 7th. Campus sessions and
new student registration begin May 25th. Sessions are offered May through September. (Summer Quarter
classes start June 25th and Fall classes begin September 24th.)

Summer/ Fall New Student Orientation dates and times:
(Arrive one hour early if you signed up for a campus tour).

Tuesday, June 5th 5 - 7pm
Thursday, June 7th 3 – 5pm
Friday, June 8th 1 – 3pm
Tuesday, June 12th 3 - 5pm

You must sign-up in advance to reserve your space, as capacity is limited. A confirmation
email with the location for check-in will be sent to you prior to your session.

All students, parents and family members are welcome to attend New Student Orientation.

You must have applied to Highline, and activated your MyHighline account prior to signing-up for
orientation.

Sign-up here! New Student Orientation Sign-up

Questions? Contact the Advising Center at advising@highline.edu or (206) 592-3584.

To prepare for orientation, check that you have completed the steps to get started: https://www.highline.edu/get-started/

Disability accomodations: Highline College provides reasonable accommodations for qualified students,
employees and applicants with disabilities in accordance with The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
and the Federal Rehabilitation Act. If you are interested in learning more about Access Services and
attending Highline College, please contact our office.