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Greet Students at Start of Spring Quarter

Sign up now to greet students on the first two days of Spring Quarter, April 6 and 7.

Share a table with another faculty, staff, administrator or student and assist new and returning students. Tables are outside the bookstore and outside registration both days.

Interested? Contact Janet Hoppe-Leonard at 934-3642.

Posted on: March 26th, 2015 at 10:27:30

Coop Preschool Open Registration This Saturday

The Parent Education Program's annual Open Registration for Parent Cooperative Preschool Classes takes place this Saturday morning in the old cafeteria.

Starting at 10 a.m. there will be an Information Fair for families to learn more about the various preschool classes we work with. At 11 a.m. families have the opportunity to register for the classes they choose.

Posted on: March 25th, 2015 at 10:54:06

Nominations Open for Distinguished Alumni Award

The Education Fund is now accepting nominations for our 2015 Distinguished Alumni!

There are many amazing alumni from North Seattle College. North is proud of all of them, whether they have transferred to a college or university, started a new career, taken a few classes to earn a salary increase or attend graduate school, or simply expanded their knowledge. Some have gone on to exceptional heights with especially notable achievements. Each year we recognize one of these men or women of distinction by honoring them as Distinguished Alumni. Past awardees have included educators, mayoral appointees, entrepreneurs, artists, and television personalities. Our Distinguished Alumni are leaders – in the community, in their careers. They are remarkable people.

Posted on: March 23rd, 2015 at 10:39:04

Spring DAC Book Read

The Spring Quarter DAC Book choice is Girls Like Us: Fighting for a World Where Girls are Not for Sale, a Memoir by Rachel Lloyd.

Join us for this great read and get a free book while they last. Students can sign up and get a book at the Library Reference Desk or the Student Leadership Office. (Books are free for participants who attend at least one of the community discussion sessions -  first come, first serve.) Books for employees are available in the TLC/Library 3rd floor.

Posted on: March 19th, 2015 at 12:41:34

New Commute Planning Service from SDOT!

The Seattle Department of Transportation is launching the Commute Concierge service that provides free personalized trip planning for commuters traveling to employment located in the South Seattle, First Hill, Fremont/Green Lake, Elliott Corridor/Interbay, and Northgate neighborhoods.  

Posted on: March 17th, 2015 at 08:48:26

Donations Needed for Kessler Art Scholarship Fundraiser

The North Seattle College Art Department is seeking donations of artist's tools, supplies, equipment and original art work to sell at the Kessler Art Scholarship Benefit Event on April 11. Donation deadline is March 27.

ET Kessler -- student, artist and friend of North -- bequeathed her entire studio and supplies to North Seattle College. The equipment and supplies that will not be used by the NSC art studios will be sold to raise funds for a new scholarship in ET's name. Additional donations will increase the funds available to support our art students.

Posted on: March 16th, 2015 at 11:36:58

Register for INFO110: Researching Information Age Issues

Are you wondering...How do I find information that isn’t on Google? When does copying become theft? Can I trust information I find online?

Learn how to use powerful research tools in INFO110: Researching Information Age Issues. Register NOW for spring 2015, study online and earn 3 credits!

Prerequisite: eligibility for English 101. Class begins April 6.

Posted on: March 11th, 2015 at 11:49:57

International Women's Day at NSC!

Stop by the Grove (HSSR building) to learn more about the contributions to promote fairness, human rights, and freedom for all people affected by gender.  Women from around the world are featured in a rad poster display.


March 5, 2015

11am - 2pm

The Grove (HSSR 1st floor)

***International Women's Day is an international event, celebrated and recognized in many country around the world.***

Posted on: March 3rd, 2015 at 10:38:08

Women's History Month! Learn more about the gender pay gap!

AAUW The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (2015)

Come chat with us!

Tues - Thurs, 3/10 - 3/12
Lunchtime to 2:00pm
The Grove (HSSR building)

The pay gap has barely budged in a decade.

In 2013, among full-time, year-round workers, women were paid 78 percent of what men were paid.

Women in every state experience the pay gap, but some states are worse than others.

The best place in the United States for pay equity is Washington, D.C., where women were paid 91 percent of what men were paid in 2013. At the other end of the spectrum is Louisiana, the worst state in the country for pay equity, where women were paid just 66 percent of what men were paid.

Posted on: March 3rd, 2015 at 10:49:34

Islamophobia March 4th, Guest Speaker Oussama (Sam) Alkhalili

“This lecture will explore the origins of ISIS/ISIL, how they developed, and why they do not represent Muslims and Islam. It will also explore the negative impacts of Islamophobia.

Posted on: March 2nd, 2015 at 14:10:55

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