• Message from the President

    A message from President Brown about Supporting Our DACA Students

    Dear North Seattle College Students,

    Since our founding nearly 50 years ago, we have welcomed students from all backgrounds and held firmly to our belief that education be open, equal and accessible to any student who enters our doors. Because we are an open access institution, we serve all students and therefore believe in supporting all students. We stand by that belief today, and we will for the next 50 years and beyond.

    In light of recent federal immigration changes, including Tuesday’s announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (or DACA program), I’d like to share information that might be helpful for you:

  • Ballot Box @ NSC

    Good news! After several years of North Seattle College, President Brown and Student Leadership's Research and Advocacy Board advocating for a ballot drop box on campus, President Brown made it happen!

    North Seattle College has partnered with the King County Elections Department to host a ballot “drop box” on campus. The primary election is this coming Tuesday, Aug. 1, but ballots can be dropped off 24 hours a day from now through 8 p.m. on Aug. 1.

    The ballot “drop box” is located on the west side of campus, near the visitor parking at College Way and 95th St. (look for the blue box.)

  • Summer Hours

    Wondering where everyone is on Friday afternoons?
    North Seattle College offices operate on a different schedule during the summer:

    NSC Summer Hours June 19 - Sept. 5, 2017

    Mon. - Thurs. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Fri. 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Sat. & Sun. CLOSED



    The NSC Library also has a different schedule over summer:

    Library Summer Hours

    6/26-8/17: Monday-Thursday 9am - 6pm
    closed: Fri/Sat/Sun; Also Closed on July 4 & July 13

    Librarian available for assistance with research, 10am-2pm or use Ask a Librarian

  • Spring Fest - June 1st

    Springfest is happening June 1st from 10am-3pm in the courtyard and between the HSSR and AS buildings.

    Q: What is Springfest?

    A: Springfest is a day of free fun for NSC Students. The event happens all over campus and has a ton of great activities that students can check out! Our theme this year is "Welcome to Oz"

    If you want to find an activity, just like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, all you need to do is follow the yellow brick road!


    Activities include:

  • 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,

 

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