How do I apply?
There are 5 initial steps for Admissions and Enrollment for all of the Seattle Colleges. Click the “Enroll Now” button below to learn about the steps.
- Step 1: Apply
- Step 2: Plan Your Funding
- Step 3: Placement for Classes
- Step 4: Register
- Step 5: Pay and Prepare
For additional information, visit one of the Enrollment pages for the College you are interested in:
We encourage you to reach out to our Center for Working Adults (CWA) College Navigators who can help you get started.
What financial resources are available?
Financial Aid may be available to help make your education a reality. Prospective and current students can apply for grants, work-study opportunities, and scholarships. Our Navigators can help prospective students explore funding resources including:
- U.S. Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)
- Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA)
- Scholarships through Seattle Colleges Foundation
- Workforce Education Funding available at all Seattle Colleges locations
To find out if you qualify for other tuition assistance programs, take a brief survey through Start Next Quarter. There is no obligation to follow through. Your responses remain anonymous unless you decide you want to do more. If you pre-qualify, you will be invited to attend a free education planning workshop where we will confirm your eligibility and help you determine your next steps.
How can I access student resources?
Seattle Colleges offer various student support services to help you get through college. These resources include counseling, childcare assistance, emergency funding, TRiO, tutoring, disabilities services, veterans support, and more.
Contact one of our College Navigators, who can help connect you with resources, or explore one of the Student Support Services websites (see below):
Seattle Central College
North Seattle College
South Seattle College