Schedule An Appointment and other Advising Services

Do you have a quick question (5-10 minutes) for Advising? Join our drop-in Zoom advising. You will have video (optional) and audio access to an Advisor. No RSVP necessary, just join when you can!


Summer Drop-In Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 12:00pm-1:00pm and 3:00-4:00pm

If you are a Seattle Promise or Running Start student, you can schedule an appointment with your advisor directly.

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Note: new Zoom meetings will not be accepted within 10 minutes before the end time

A scheduled appointment can help you

  • Review program requirements
  • Select appropriate courses
  • Design a customized education plan
  • Discuss your academic progress standing (alert/probation/suspension)
  • Connect with support services

Schedule Advising Appointment

You may schedule a 30 minute appointment online through the “Schedule Advising Appointment” button. You can also call us at 206-934-3658 and leave a voicemail, and our front desk will get back to you.

Email your advisor directly to make an appointment if you are unable to find a time.

If you have never applied to North Seattle College, South Seattle College, or Seattle Central College or if you are a returning student after more than two years, please contact us to make an appointment.

Other Helpful Advising Appointment Links

Quickly connect with Advising via our Live Chat during select dates and hours to ask quick questions via text only. You can save the chat transcript, too! No video or audio included in the chat. Click the chat bubble on this web page during the following hours: https://northseattle.edu/advising
and https://northseattle.edu/advising/schedule-appointment


Summer Live Chat Hours
Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.* 

LiveChat is not available on Monday, 7/26 from 10:00-11:00 a.m.

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*not available during holidays when campus is closed

Note: new chats will not be accepted within 10 minutes before the end time

Please note that Advising help is for most college transfer and professional/technical degrees and certificates. Some programs offer advising through their department and students should connect directly for advising assistance:

advising team