Student Services Contact Information
North Seattle College has limited on-site services until further notice, but we are still available to answer your questions by phone or email. Please reach out if you have questions or need assistance, and check departments' websites for additional information about online support.
Please note, effective Nov. 6, Student Services offices will be closed on Fridays at noon for ctcLink statewide technology conversion training.
Academic Advisors are providing one-on-one advising to students remotely via Zoom, phone, and email. Steps for scheduling appointments and finding the Zoom drop-in advising schedule is available on the scheduling page. Students can email their assigned advisor directly or send general questions through the contact form. New students can click here to get started with our comprehensive online orientation.
Admissions, Registration, Records, and Credentials (ARRC)
ARRC staff will be assisting students remotely via email. Students can contact ARRC@seattlecolleges.edu with any questions and requests. Please be prepared to provide your name, SID number, and scanned Photo ID when contacting ARRC. To speak with the Registrar call (206) 934-3663 or email ARRC@seattlecolleges.edu. In-person appointments can be arranged, but in-person appointments are limited to students who do not have phones or email.
The North Seattle College bookstore is currently closed until further notice. Orders for course materials and merchandise are accepted online.
Career services is available via email or zoom meetings to assist with resumes, cover letters, interviewing and general job search assistance.
Email Meredith Bane email@example.com to schedule a time.
The Cashier's Office is available to answer questions via email NSCCCashier@seattlecolleges.edu.
For questions related to the Childcare Center, please contact the Childcare Center Manager, Rose Buchanan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No counselors are available during quarter breaks and summer quarter. For life-threatening situations, call 911. You can reach the Seattle/King County Community Crisis Clinic 24-hour community crisis line at (206) 461-3222 or crisisclinic.org.
Disability Services will be assisting students by appointments via Zoom. For questions or to schedule an online appointment, email DS@seattlecolleges.edu or the DS Director Josef Mogharreban at Josef.Mogharreban@seattlecolleges.edu. See the Disability Services website for more information.
During campus closure the eLearning Team are working remotely and are available virtually from 8:00am to 4:30pm. Please see our website for full information on how to contact us and for a list of learning tools.
Emergency Assistance for Students
Emergency assistance grants for students are available while under remote operations. Students can read about the application process and get more information on our webpage at: https://northseattle.edu/emergency-assistance-students
Financial Aid staff are currently assisting students remotely via phone, email, and zoom/online appointments. Current/returning students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with thier assigned Financial Aid Advisor via Starfish. New students can contact financial aid staff by phone Monday to Thursday between 9am and 3pm at 206-934-3688 or by email at email@example.com. Students applying for financial aid can submit additional information by sending documentation through the NSC Student Financial Aid Portal, fax 206-934-3608 or email.
International Programs staff are available for email, phone, and video appointments. Contact IntlNorth@seattlecolleges.edu or 206-934-367 to connect with us. More information for international students is available on the International Programs website. Information specific to how international students might be affected by COVID-19 is available here.
Library Virtual Services
The Library at North Seattle College supports your research and instruction needs even when the campus is closed. We offer a variety of online tools and services ranging from digital materials to information literacy instruction to individual research support. See what is available here.
Running Start staff are available to assist you remotely! We’re happy to meet with students by phone or Zoom; appointments can be scheduled by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Students can also contact, Christina Sheehan, Manager of Running Start at email@example.com, (206) 934-7768 or Katy Foster, Student Success Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 934-3682.
We are still accepting new student applications for fall quarter 2020. New student orientations are scheduled for Tues. Sept. 8 and Wed. Sept. 9. New students will receive details on how to access the online orientations via email. Please visit our website for more information about our program and how to apply.
Student Media Center
The SMC team offers remote media production assistance for students, during regular service hours. Our alternative remote services are by email, phone, Zoom, or MS Teams. Call 206-934-0070 and leave a message including your contact information or email NSCMediaCenter@seattlecolleges.edu. For full information see our website.
Seattle Promise Outreach Specialists are available by email to answer questions. Please see the Seattle Promise website for their contact information.
Student Leadership and Multicultural Programs
The Student Leadership Board Supervisors are assisting student remotely through email and can make appointments via Zoom. Students can contact the different Boards through our website at https://studentleadership.northseattle.edu/#. You can also email the Dean of Student Life directly at email@example.com.
Testing Center are assisting students via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be no in-person testing through March 27th, pending public health directives. Disability Services registered students, please contact your instructor to coordinate accommodations.
Veterans Services & Military Services
Veterans and Military Services staff are assisting students via email and by telephone. Students can reach us at email@example.com or at (206) 934-7309.
Wellness Center (Roy Flores Wellness Center)
The RFWC opening is to be determined, pending public health directives. For more information, contact Interim Director Lorraine Odom at Lorraine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workforce Education staff are available to answer questions via email at email@example.com or at (206) 934-3787. Please note, worker retraining eligibility has expanded due to COVID-19 related changes in unemployment insurance eligibility. Please see the attached flyer for information about these changes.