Visiting our campus will allow you to experience the uniqueness of Seattle Central. We want you to do more than look at our website and read our brochures. We want to you to meet our students, experience our campus culture, and visualize what you could accomplish by studying at Seattle Central.
Visiting us is easy! Our urban location means you have access to many transportation options, whether you drive, walk, ride a bike, or take the bus, light rail or ferry.
Campus tours, led by current students, offer the best possible exposure to the people and facilities unique to Seattle Central.
For your convenience, we offer two types of tours:
- Drop–in tours
- Group tours by reservation
Drop–in campus tours last 50 minutes and begin at the North Plaza (NP) building. Use the NP's Broadway entrance, and take a seat on the chairs and couches by the window. At the scheduled tour time, our tour guide(s) will meet you there.
Group tours for 6 or more people require a reservation. We prefer that you contact us at least two weeks in advance in order to ensure appropriate staffing of your group tour. We may also be able to provide other Outreach department services before or after the tour, upon request. To schedule your group tour, contact us by phone (206.934.3816) or email ComeToCentral@seattlecolleges.edu.
Prior to your visit, we invite you to take the opportunity to see our campus and neighborhood by watching our virtual tour!
Information Sessions help provide an overview of Seattle Central College. Information Sessions are held on Tuesdays at 4 p.m., and last 50 minutes, including a question and answer period. Outreach staff conduct the Information Sessions, and an optional student–led campus tour follows each one.
Reservations are required. You may make a reservation by contacting Outreach by phone or email at 206.934.3816 or ComeToCentral@seattlecolleges.edu. The location of the Information Session will be provided when your reservation is confirmed. We encourage you to reserve your spot(s) as early as possible, as space is limited.
Topics covered include:
- Admission process
- Financial aid and tuition (FAFSA, grants, scholarships, student loans)
- Programs, degrees, and certifications offered at Seattle Central
- Student Leadership, clubs, and activities
- Student services
- Our diverse campus community and neighborhood