Come check out laser tag in the old cafeteria, Friday May 27th. Event is 2-4pm. This event is open to all students and is FREE. Refreshments will be provided. Please have your SID ready. Don’t miss Student Clubs last event of the year!


    This fun event is for everyone to just kick back and have some fun! Thursday June 2nd from 10-2pm Activities include: Rock 'em Sock 'em inflatable, BBQ, Music, Games, Inflatable Obstacle Course, Water Cage, Basketball, Magician, Balloon Animals, and more! Come out to the biggest event of the year!

  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    May 16-20 is Mental Health Awareness Week at North Seattle College!

    Check out the various events around campus designed to educate and increase awareness about mental health.

    Tuesday 5/17

    - NED (North Education and Diversity) Talks will be hosting mental health professionals, educators and one nationally renown poet to talk about mental health what it is and what it isn't. Come when you can and check out the speakers! 12-2pm in the Concert Hall (Library building)

    Wednesday 5/18

    - The Roy Flores Wellness Center will be hosting it's annual health fair. Come by to check out local health organizations and get some community resources! 10am-2pm in the Roy Flores Wellness Center

  • All-Gender Bathrooms @ North Seattle College

    Have you heard about the student-led initiative to create more All-Gender bathrooms at North Seattle College?

    Students and Staff at North have been working to create bathrooms that are inclusive of all genders and gender identities.
    There will be an Open Forum on 3/16 @ 12pm in the Baxter Center to discuss this initiative.

  • Safety Event This Friday

    This Friday @ 12:30pm in Baxter Student Leadership and Campus Security will be hosting an Open Forum to discuss safety and security on campus. We encourage all students to attend this event to learn more about ways to keep North Seattle a safe and secure campus.

    Brush up on some common sense safety tips below:

    North Seattle College is a safe community but there are things you can do to help protect yourself, and reduce crimes on North Seattle College Campus. It’s all about reducing the “opportunity” for crime. By limiting the opportunity for crime, you limit the ability for the criminal to commit the crime. Below are general safety tips that could help prevent crimes on campus.

  • 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.

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