• May is....

    Mental Health Awareness Month & Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month!

    There are some great events coming up for API Heritage month including a music and art performance sponsored by the Gender Equity Center and the Diversity Council. For more info visit https://geneqnsc.wordpress.com/

    Also there is a FREE API LGBTQ Conference on Saturday May 20th that is open to all students and will have FREE LUNCH. For more info visit: http://www.apifamilyevent.com/

    For more information on mental health, see below:

    FROM COUNSELING:

    Research indicates that we can counter stress and enrich community by spending less than a minute recognizing small moments of beauty found in daily life. Examples include:
    • slowing to appreciate the flowering blooms returning to campus,

  • Food Pantry at NSC

    a bag of groceries with the words pop up pantry

    WHAT: NSC Star Pantry

    WHEN: Wednesday May 17

    TIME: 10am-2pm

    WHERE: Baxter Events Center (CC1349)

    NSC Student Leadership believes that no student should go hungry. In order to make sure that NSC students are able to meet their basic needs, Student Leadership is hosting a pop up food pantry event. This event is open to everyone and anyone who is experiencing food insecurity on our campus. 

  • Welcome to Spring Quarter!

    Study Tips for the First & Second Weeks of Classes

    Available at “tips” https://northseattle.edu/counseling/academic-help

  • International Night!

    International Programs (IP) presents the annual International Night celebration on Friday, March 3, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the Multifunction Room (North's old cafeteria in the College Center Building, CC1456).


    Join us for world food and music along with a Talent Show and a Fashion Show. Students, faculty, staff and local community members are invited to participate and share in our cultural pride. Excitement, talent, fun—friends and family are all welcome!

  • Apply for a P-Patch Community Garden Plot!

    P-Patch Community Garden Plots Available at NSC!

    NSC's Sustainability Office has a great opportunity for NSC Students: You can apply to have your own garden! As part of our agreement with the City of Seattle, the Sustainability Office retains and administers 6 garden plots on behalf of the school, located at the south end of campus.

    For more information on the P-Patch, click on this link: https://northseattle.edu/sustainability/apply-your-p-patch-garden-plot

 

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