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Established in 1970, North Seattle College is an accredited two-year public institution known for the breadth of its educational choices, its student support services and the excellence of its instruction. North’s programs prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or university and/or enter the workforce, as well as serving those needing precollege work. North also offers three Bachelor of Applied Science degrees. The college serves approximately 6,000 students per quarter— 61 percent female, 33 percent people of color with a median age of 30 years.  A majority of those enrolled attend daytime classes and are part-time students. In Fall Quarter 2015, 1,987 students received financial aid or scholarship funds totaling $3.86 million. More than 300 faculty members teach at the college.

Costs & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

See the Tuition & Fees pages for current information. Information about State Support of Higher Education Students, as required by RCW 28B.76.300, can be found in this document published by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges

Fall 2015 Financial Aid

Number of Recipients:        1,987

Amount Dispersed:            $3.86 million

Types of Aid
Federal Pell Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Washington State Need Grant
North Seattle College Grants
Scholarships
Tuition Waivers
Federal & State Work Study
Federal Perkins Loans
Worker Retraining Financial Assistance (including Opportunity Grants)

See Financial Aid for more information.

Programs

Bachelor of Applied Science in International Business

Bachelor of Applied Science in Application Development

Transfer Programs

Career Training Programs

College Preparatory Programs

Continuing Education

Students

Fall 2016 Enrollment

Applied Baccalaureate  

Academic Transfer                                

158

1,737

Professional/Technical

1,695

High School/GED/Developmental

483

Other

1,811

Total

5,884

Continuing Education

1,446

International

866

Running Start

422

Gender

Female                                       

62%

Male

38% 

Median Age

All                                        

31

Female

32

Male

28  

Enrollment Status

Full Time                                

29%

Part Time                       

71%

When Attending

Daytime                                

80%

Evening          

20%

Diversity

Diversity                                

35%

Ethnicity

African American / Black                     

422

American Indian / Alaska Native

39

Asian American / Pacific Islander

718

Hispanic or Latino (any race)

452

Not Reported

1,361

Other

432

White

2,460

Disability

Students with Disabilities 

315

Degrees & Certificates Awarded

Since
2011-12

In
2015-16

AA Degree

3,385

715

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree

25

21

Certificate (90+ cr)

36

13

Certificate (45-89 cr)

740

157

Certificate (to 45 cr)

2,522

545

High School Completion

362

96

Total

7,070

1,547

College Administration

President

 

Warren Brown

 

Budget 2014-2015

 

Operational Budget

$31.9 million

Capital Budget

$6.0 million

Education Fund 

Allocations

 

200 Scholarships

$400,000

Grants & Program Support

$500,000

Leadership

 

Chair

Colleen McClure

Executive Director

Traci Russell

Board of Directors

11 volunteer community & business leaders

Financial  (2014-2015)

 

Assets

$9,345,852

Liabilities

$272,347

Net Assets

$9,073,505

College Personnel 2015-16

Full time faculty  

86

Part time faculty

225

Non-teaching faculty  

3

Administrative /Professional

70

Classified Staff

116

Total

500

 

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