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Preserves and enhances the diverse cultural identity of students of African descent by building bridges among the members and the campus community, promoting African, Caribbean, and African-American social, economical, and political interests.
To provide academic and social support to ASL Club members. To facilitate entertainment, cultural and recreational events. To build a cooperative and constructive environment between the campus and community.
Explore, discuss and make recommendations regarding issues related to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and State of Washington Laws of 1994, Ch. 105.
Come and share your passion for art and art making. The Art Club hosts hands on workshops in a variety of media, exhibitions, open drawing sessions, and multiple opportunities for creating public art both on and off campus.
The gallery exists for all students to see and engage with work by professional artists, faculty and students. We host 7 shows a year, offering talks and workshops with the artists. There are 2 student shows: an AFA show in May and a Club show in April.
The a+e board consists of graphic designers, media technicians, and event coordinators who specialize in initiating and supporting student events and activities.
Shoreline Community College Athletic Department.
Scholarships for excellent student-athletes.