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Spring Quarter Library Hours:
Monday-Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday-Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-2pm

See Know Before You Go: Updates to the Highline College Library.
The Library staff continue to support you remotely. Learn about Remote Resources.

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For Instructors: Scheduling Library Instruction

New to scheduling a Library Instruction session or just want to review the criteria? Read the Information on Scheduling a Library Instruction Session.

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National Poetry Month 2024

On April 9th at 12pm–2pm (Building 2) please join us, and bring your classes, for an afternoon of music, poetry, and poetry writing! Featuring a musical performance and poetry reading from local Washington poets, Tess Gallagher and Gary Lilley Snacks and beverages will be provided! In the second hour, Tess and Gary will lead a poetry writing workshop!

On April 25th at 12-2pm in Building 8, Mt. Constance, please come for the Student Poetry Contest party and poet Mateo Acuna.

National Poetry Month 2024 Flyer events

Happy National Library Week 2024!

National Library Week is April 7-13, 2024! Stop by the Highline College Library or Library website this week.  We have great collections, study rooms and spaces, computers, and staff who are ready to help you. Encourage your students to take advantage of our services!

Ad for National Library Week 2024

Graphic Novels

The library's Recommended Reading theme for March/April is Graphic Novels. The Recommended Reads display highlights a variety of graphic novels from different genres such as fantasy to memoir to romance to superhero to history and more. We have something for everyone.  
You can peruse them on our Recommended Reads shelf, located near the Circulation Desk in the Library, next to the New Titles and Fun Reads shelves. If you want to see the titles prior to coming to the library, look at the list on the Recommended Reading online library guide.

Check out the library's print magazines!

Did you know that Highline library has print magazines such as Consumer Reports, Sports Illustrated and Vogue?  Instead of buying them, stop by the library on the 2nd floor to browse them, or you can check them out.

Photograph of magazine covers

Fun Reads

Looking for some reading ideas during the break?  Highline librarians have curated a collection of fun reads including memoir, graphic novels, humor, fiction, science fiction, and more.  Stop by the library and browse the display on the 2nd floor.

Looking for infographics or statistics?

Watch a short tutorial video explaining how to use Statista  to find data, statistics, charts, graphs, and infographics.


Getting Started with Statista

Land Acknowledgment

Highline College Library acknowledges the land we are located on are the appropriated homelands of the Puget Sound watershed Indigenous Peoples.

Lushootseed language tribes include the Duwamish, Muckleshoot and Puyallup. We express respect to these peoples past and present.

Find more about indigenous tribes of Seattle and Washington.


Duwamish, Muckleshoot and Puyallup tribes

KCLS Online Library

All Highline College employees and students now have free and automatic access to the entire KCLS Online Library.

Expand your research with KCLS Online Library


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Spring Quarter Hours
Monday-Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday-Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-2pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

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