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Art Gallery: North Seattle College Art Gallery

students in art gallery looking at exhibitInstructional Building
Ground level, room 1430 (next to the bookstore)
9600 College Way North
Seattle, WA  98103

Admission is free.
Phone: 206.934.4557
Website: artgallery.northseattle.edu

Hours
Mon-Thur: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Fri: Noon to 5 p.m.

North’s Art Gallery is operated by the Art Department with support of the Associated Student Body for the enjoyment and enlightenment of the art students and the community at large. Established in 1975, the gallery provides visual arts exhibits of local and regional artists in group shows under various topics. It is funded in part by the North Seattle College Art Group, the Associated Student Body, the Humanities Division, and the college as a whole. The gallery strives to bring quality art to local community members for their education and enjoyment and show works of local artists in group exhibitions almost exclusively. North Seattle College Art Gallery is a member of the American Federation of Arts. An events calendar is available on the website.

Brutalist architecture at North Seattle CollegeRelated: Notable Architecture and Murals
The main building structure of North Seattle College is notable for its neo-brutalist style of architecture. A number of murals adorn the concrete walls.
 

Bookstore

Bookstore entrance at North Seattle CollegeInstructional Building
Ground Level, south end on the Courtyard
9600 College Way North
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: 206.934.3637
Website: northscc.bncollege.com/shop/northseattle-cc/home 

Hours
Mon-Thurs:  8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sat-Sun: closed

In addition to textbooks and other books, North’s bookstore offers an array of gift items including apparel, mugs, pens, and other items showcasing school spirit. The store also offers greeting cards, gifts, dorm furnishings, and computer supplies as well as art and specialty supplies. There’s also an elegant, high-end line of recognition products for awards and gift-giving occasions. Mailing supplies, school supplies, and business accessories such as portfolios, briefcases, and organizers are always in stock.
 

Coffee and Espresso Lounge

College Center
Ground floor commons area of HSSR building
9600 College Way North
Seattle, WA 98103

Website: northseattle.edu/campus-life/dining 

Hours – open only when classes are in session
Mon-Thur: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Sat-Sun: closed

The Espresso Lounge offers a full range of great Caffé D’arte coffee drinks. Check out the fresh pastry selections and the cold drink cases too!
 

Community Garden: Licton Springs P-Patch

sign at entrance of Licton Springs P-Patch community garden at North Seattle CollegeCollege Way N and N 92nd St.
Seattle, WA 98103

Application website: northseattle.edu/sustainability/apply-your-p-patch-garden-plot 
Website: www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/programs-and-services/p-patch-community-gardening/p-patch-list/licton-springs

The Licton Springs P-Patch started as a student-driven initiative at North Seattle College in 1976. The land intended for the first community garden ended up as a school parking lot. Several years ago, the North Seattle College Sustainability Committee revived the dream and began an approval process to finally bring a community garden to the local neighborhood.
 

Equity & Welcome Center

bulletin board at Equity and Welcome Center at North Seattle CollegeCollege Center Building Room 1151
9600 College Way North
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: 206.934.3719
Website: northseattle.edu/equity-welcome-center 

Hours
Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. While classes are in session
Sat-Sun: closed

The Equity & Welcome Center advocates for the success of diverse and historically underserved communities on the NSC campus. This includes communities from all cultures, ages, religious beliefs, races/ethnicities, sizes, gender identities, abilities, qualities, sexual affiliations, socioeconomic classes, veteran status, political beliefs, and citizenship status and sovereign nations. The Center aims to identify and implement equitable strategies to end all racial and other equity gaps at NSC. Everyone is welcome.
 

Facility & Room Rental – North Seattle College

Rent a meeting or event space. Whether you are planning a small meeting, a large conference, or something in between, we have an abundance of classroom and event space for rent as well as all the technology you’ll need and on-site catering services.
For more information, contact:   206.934.7704 or 206.934.7702 or 206.934.5660


Tours for Prospective Students

Learn more about North Seattle College on a campus tour.  Get information to schedule an admissions information and campus tour or a customized individual or group tour at northseattle.edu/about/visit-our-campus
 

Wellness Center: Roy Flores Wellness Center

exterior entrance to the Roy Flores Wellness Center at North Seattle CollegeNear East Campus Parking Lot (next to Interstate) 
59600 College Way North
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone - Front Desk: 206.934.3631
Phone - Information Line: 206.934.3649
Website: northseattle.edu/wellness-center 

Hours
Hours vary by quarter, during finals, and quarter breaks.
Please refer to the website.

The North Seattle College Wellness Center offers a variety of ways to begin a more active life. The Center is a 44,000 square foot facility that offers wellness, fitness, recreation and sports programs for NSC students, employees, and alumni. It is also available to the general public through a fee-paid membership option. The facility features a fully equipped strength and cardiovascular conditioning center, two conditioning studios, and an elevated, glass-enclosed track. The second floor features a large gymnasium for basketball and volleyball. A variety of drop-in fitness classes are offered, varying by quarter.

Please contact the front desk at 206.934.3631 for more information and to purchase a Community Membership.
 

Wetlands - Bartonwood Natural Area

Greenbelt Trail - hiking trail sign at Bartonwood Natural AreaTrails and sanctuary area
North edge of campus

Website: facweb.northseattle.edu/jfigge/BESTProject/26.BiologyWetlands

North Seattle College is proud of the restored wetlands on its campus. These wetlands are important ecological lands for the Thornton Creek watershed as they sit at the headwaters of the South Fork of Thornton Creek. Environmentally, the wetland habitat is significant for the functions it provides: absorbing surge flows of water, filtering pollutants from that water, and providing critical habitat for organisms that need this environment.  A main trail follows a loop around the northern part of campus. There are spurs that branch off of this main loop trail.

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