• Learn about Student Leadership!

    Want to know more about what Student Leadership does?

    Check out this video!

    Student Leadership is made up of 25-30 Student Leaders who coordinate and execute activities and initiatives that support North’s values for being an inclusive, innovative, caring, and responsive community. Student leaders develop leadership and professional skills to implement programs, activities and advocacy efforts that benefit each student.

    Subscribe to our YouTube channel or watch the video here!



    10-2 in the Courtyard
    Don't miss out on all the activities:
    Music, BBQ, Club Fair, Art Sale, Making Learning Visible, Bouncy House, Video Games, Sno Cones, Henna, and much much more!

  • Preparing for Finals

    How To Prepare for Exams

    North Seattle College, Counseling Department
    Lydia Minatoya, Ph.D.

    Concentration and Memory

    • As you read, say the words aloud. Talk to yourself saying things like, "What is the main idea? Let me write that down." The secret to this technique is that when you calmly are "talking yourself through" an assignment, you cannot be distracting yourself with panicky thoughts like, "I'll never get through all this!"

  • Student Media Center

    Student Media Center


    The Student Media Center (SMC) is located on the upper floor of the North Seattle College Library. We provide students with access to media production resources and instruction enabling them to incorporate audiovisual and print media into their course assignments, presentations, and portfolios. The SMC offers multimedia equipment and resources for in-house use or for seven-day checkout. Please drop-in for assistance. For open hours and more information visit our website: http://libguides.northseattle.edu/StudentMediaCenter1

    Student Media Center Hours

    Winter Quarter 2018 Hours:

    Tuesday 9 am - 3 pm

    Wednesday 9 am- 2 pm

    Thursday 9 am - 3 pm

  • New Quiet Reflection Space in Library

    The Library now has a designated Peaceful Space for quiet contemplation, reflection, meditation, prayer, and thought. The intent is to have a safe and accessible designated area for quiet contemplation for students, staff, and faculty, and to support self-reflective practice for developing a healthy campus community.

    Spread the Word!

    The space is located on the top floor of the Library in the SW corner.

    All who come with peaceful intention are welcome in this space.


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