Imagine being able to examine the topography of Mars, track the movement of the earth’s tectonic plates through history, observe live feeds of storm systems, or view historical storms, like Katrina and Sandy, and study how they developed. North Seattle College's acquisition of an OmniGlobe gives students the opportunity to study such earth and space phenomena in three dimensions using beautiful spherical displays.
District 5 Councilmember Debora Juarez invites North Seattle College employees and students to her district office grand opening on Friday, March 4, from 4-7 p.m. in the College Center Building, Room 1451.
Councilmember Juarez joined the North campus for its Feb. 5 President’s Leadership Meeting, a twice-a-quarter professional development and leadership meeting open to all employees. She is also the parent of a North Seattle College Running Start student.
Have you heard the sound of tree frogs on campus? It's a sign that spring has come, even earlier than usual!
North Seattle College's Advising Department presents Application Day on January 22, 2015.
Transfer students, get assistance with your application to a four-year college or university.
Meet representatives from universities, get assistance on your personal statement, learn more about financial aid and scholarships, and get help identifying the right school for you.
The event will be held Thursday, January 22, 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. in the college cafeteria. Enjoy free pizza while you get lots of helpful information!
North Seattle College’s Adult Basic Education program launched a new high school completion program in fall 2015 called High School 21 Plus (HS 21+). The launch was exciting and very successful! After only one quarter seven students received their high school diplomas. One happy student's comment: “I can’t believe this day has actually come.” Two of the students applied for and received the English 101 scholarship that will pay for their transition into college-level classes.
Riley Scott and Thuan Tran, North Seattle College students and officers of the campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, have been chosen as the two nominees from North for the 2016 All-WA Community College Academic Team, the stepping stone to the 2016 All-USA Community College Academic Team.
Each of the community and technical colleges in Washington state has the opportunity to nominate two students. The competition, organized by Phi Theta Kappa—an international honor society for community colleges—recognizes high achieving two-year college students nationwide who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom to benefit society.
Dr. Warren Brown, president of North Seattle College, named Azia Ruff the 2016 recipient of the Rev. Samuel McKinney Scholarship, announced Friday, Jan. 15, at the Seattle Colleges Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration at Mount Zion Baptist Church in Seattle.
Ruff is currently enrolled at North Seattle College, working toward an Associate of Arts transfer degree with a focus in communication studies. She is hoping to enter the field of journalism. In her first Quarter at North, she earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.
One of the benefits the Seattle Colleges provides to its students is Office 365 Education, free of charge to those currently enrolled. Office 365 Education is a collection of services that allows students to collaborate and share their schoolwork.
Office 365 Education includes Office Online (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote), email, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, OneDrive with 1TB of storage, Skype, and downloads of the Office Professional Plus suite.
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- New Entrepreneur Success Center Provides Support for Small Business Owners
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- North Seattle Community College Launches 3-D Building Information Modeling Program
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- Recent updates to Chrome may cause issues with Canvas courses
- North e-Learning Support Center wishes you and your family a peaceful and inspiriting break!
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- Canvas an exciting new Learning Management System “LMS”
- Spring is coming – e-Learning courses will fit into your busy schedule
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