• Student Leadership goes to the Capitol

    On Feb 26, our Research and Advocacy Board (RAB) joined the state-wide Rally, uniting their voices with students from other WA state community colleges at the Capitol in Olympia. As in prior years, community college students are asking legislator to lower tuition and textbook costs. RAB met with Rep. Gerry Pollet, Rep. Noel Frame, and Sen. Carlyle’s assistant Kate Hoffman. North’s student leaders spent time with each lawmaker to talk about the difficulties of paying tuition, juggling school, work, and family, and asked for support with the long-term goal of making community college free.

  • Student Media Center

    Great news! The Student Media Center is up and running with a new coordinator, Coley Mixan. Coley has had extensive digital media, video and audio, and photography experience.

    The Student Media Center provides students with access to media resources and basic instruction enabling them to incorporate audiovisual and print media into their course assignments, presentations, and portfolios. The SMC offers multimedia equipment and resources for use in-house or for seven-day checkout. Please drop-in for tutorial assistance.

    The Student Media Center’s Winter hours of operation are:

    Mondays 9-3
    Tuesdays 9-4
    Thursdays 9-1

    The Student Media Center is located on the second floor of the Library.

  • ALERT FOR STUDENTS

    Attn: North Seattle Students!

    Have you recently received an email from the Honor Society?
    The email states: "Congratulations! This is a reminder that based on your academic achievements and standing, you have been accepted to the HonorSociety-.org member society."

    This is a group that is asking students to pay $50 to join an honor society which allegedly makes them eligible for some scholarships. Additional in the email they imply that there is some association with the Seattle Colleges.

    PLEASE NOTE: Seattle Colleges has no official affiliation with the organization “Honor Society.” Additionally Seattle Colleges policy states that no student information will be provided to outside entities without student consent.

  • Save the Date!

    NSC Student Leadership is offering opportunities for students to attend 2 great conferences:

    Queer I Am Conference & Students of Color Conference


    Queer I Am Summit March 25-26, 2016!

    • All students enrolled during winter or spring quarter can apply to attend this 2-day conference in Olympia—
    If you are accepted to attend, all expenses will be paid.
    • Applications are available in the Student Leadership office (room CC1446) or on our website studentleadership.northseattlecollege.edu
    Application Due date: February 26


    Students of Color Conference April 21-23, 2016!

    • All students enrolled during spring quarter can apply to attend this 2-day conference—

  • Welcome Back!

    Welcome Back NSC Students!

    Here are some study tips to help you start the Winter Quarter on the right foot:


    Study Tips for the First & Second Week of Classes


    Lydia Minatoya, PhD
    Tips for Campus Classes

    1.

    Eat frequent, light, healthy meals and snacks (vegetables, fruits, low fat protein) and get enough sleep.

    You cannot learn when you are hungry or tired. A cup of coffee or “nutrition bar” is not an adequate meal. Sleep at least 7hrs per night to best concentrate and to move learning from short-term to long-term memory.

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