• 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

  • WinterFest

    Welcome to Winter Quarter! To kick off this quarter we are having a fun event for all students.


    Winterfest
    Thursday January 12th from 10am-2pm



    WinterFest is an event that takes place in the courtyard and the Grove Cafeteria and is filled with fun activities, live music and entertainment. This year we will have: 

  • Relax and Recharge

    Stressed about Finals?

    Come check out our last event of the quarter: Relax and Recharge!

    WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7th

    10am-2pm

    Located in:
    The Baxter center
    CC 1353 room
    Both in the College Center building.

  • Student Media Center: Extended Hours!

    Student Media Center Hours

    The Student Media Center (SMC) at the NSC Library now has additional service hours on Tuesdays, 4 - 6 pm and Thursdays, 3 - 6 pm during Fall 2016. These hours will be staffed by a work study student.

    These are the services we provide during the extended hours:
    • Printing and presentation
    • Basic help with media software
    • Assist with questions about SMC's resources
    • Check out / check in media equipment

    To learn more about Student Media Center click here: http://libguides.northseattle.edu/StudentMediaCenter1

  • Michael Brown Sr. to speak at North Seattle College

    On Oct. 26, North Seattle College’s Student Leadership Events Board will present Michael Brown, Sr., "Chosen for Change - A Father's Perspective." The senior Michael Brown will share his story and the experience of his son’s death in Ferguson, Missouri. He will speak to his joys as a parent, his loss and his own guilt, with the ultimate goal of making sure that this tragedy doesn’t happen to others. He has decided to turn the pain and challenges of the loss into an opportunity for change and will talk about his Chosen for Change Foundation, which was created in memory of his son.

 

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