Welcome North Seattle College's Student Organizations for Equity & Engagement (SOEE)
SOEE welcomes you to our vibrant campus community. At North we have two distinct and exciting types of Student Organizations – Clubs and Affinity Groups!
Clubs supported by North relate to secondary characteristics such as language skills, work interest, country of origin, religion, shared interest, etc
The NSC Accounting Club further acts as a path for students to network, participate in relevant social events, and meet other students with similar career path ambitions. A top priority for the NSC Accounting Club is to help students complete their education goals and develop the necessary skills to achieve a successful and fulfilling career in the accounting field.
American Sign Language
To practice ASL, learn deaf culture, and learn about issues within the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community
Computer Science Club
The Computer Science Club and the Google Developer Student Club’s mission is to provide mentorship, skill building workshops, and opportunities to expose all students regardless of area of study or skill level to the real applications and processes needed to build technical solutions.
Student Contact: René Capella
Advisor: Bill Barry
Meeting Time: Please see events (Weekly meetings at 2:00pm and on Fridays at 11:00am)
SOEE Liaison: Matt Toups
Discord link: https://discord.gg/AbtYcvyzVS
Early Childhood Education Club
The ECE club's mission is to bring together a community of ECE students, alumni and partners to committed to having fun in an inclusive environment.
Indonesian Students Club
To give community college students hands on experience building rockets
Social Justice in action club
Interested in joining one of our Affinity Groups? Please see our Affinity Groups page!
North Seattle College Student Leadership does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, age, nationality, religion, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, political affiliation or belief, citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant, or disability.
If anyone needs accommodations at any time, please contact Disability Services at (206) 934-3697 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their office at CC2346A (College Center, 2nd floor, opposite Registration).
Student Leadership & Multicultural Programs