Shoreline Goes Mobile


Check Your Contact Info


The Connect-ED system uses contact information previously supplied by students and employees. To view and adjust contact information and preferences, current students and employees should go to:

Shoreline Community College has apps for Apple and Android mobile devices. The apps were created in partnership with Blackboard.  Both the Apple and Android apps provide:

  • Maps - Not sure where your class is? Just open the app and click "Map".  You'll also find categories of places that include learning centers; student services; parking and more.
  • Directory - Look up contact info for Shoreline faculty and staff, save contacts and e-mail to a phone or mobile device.
  • Courses - Access the class schedule for the current term, and the next term as soon as it publishes.
  • Learn - Check in on class assignments and other information posted in Canvas.
  • Videos - Tune in to Shoreline's YouTube channel.
  • Images - See a sampling of photos from campus events on Shoreline's Flickr feed.
  • Get Help - Emergency phone numbers and other contact information.
  • News - The latest college news all in one place.
  • Events - From important academic dates to club events, it's all there!


Shoreline Community College is taking steps to make campus life safer and easier for students and employees.


The Connect-ED service lets college officials schedule, send and track messages to up to six phone numbers and two e-mail addresses for each person. In all, the multi-modal service helps officials reach out to students and staff via:

  • Text messages to e-mail accounts
  • Voice messages to home phones, work phones, cell phones, and even e-mail addresses
  • Text messages to cell phones, PDAs, networked digital signage and other text-based devices
  • Messages to TTY/TDD receiving devices for the hearing impaired

In addition to emergency notifications, the system can remind students of key academic calendar dates to help make sure critical deadlines aren't missed. 


Registered students and staff are automatically included in the service and can adjust their preferences, choosing which categories of messages they want to receive and to which numbers or addresses, through the college Web site. There is no charge from the college for the service. However, text or usage charges may be incurred by the user from telephone or e-mail providers depending on the provider and the subscriber's plan.


Mobile Site

The mobile version of includes optimized versions of pages about programs, cost, enrollment and more. Each mobile page includes a link to view the full version of the college Web site.


Virtual college

Shoreline Community College President Lambert announced in August, 2010, that Shoreline would move ahead with a virtual-college initiative. In March, 2011, a 64-page “Blueprint for a Virtual College: Report to the President's Senior Executive Team” was unveiled by the Virtual College Leadership Team.


The blueprint concludes the college should take an “approach that will build upon the College's existing strengths: offering high quality online instruction at an affordable price. é Using this incremental approach, the immediate recommended goal is to improve existing online instructional offerings and to package them comprehensively, and é equally if not more importantly é to address internal process barriers in the area of student services.”


The college is continuing toward a vision of expanding online class offerings while continuing to serve students on the physical campus.