Seattle Central College is committed to your success! Here are some of the resources available on our campus to support you on your academic journey.
Advising and Counseling
Navigating college can be intimidating, but you’re never alone. We’re here to help you with your educational and career planning.
- Not yet enrolled? Seattle Central’s Academic Advising can help get you started.
- Already a student? Students enrolled in Information Technology programs can contact counselor Michele Dela Rosa (Michele.DelaRosa@seattlecolleges.edu) or the Seattle Central College staff.
Internships and Careers
Are you looking for an IT job or internship? Seattle Central’s Career Services Center provides you with workshops, resources and other services to help you land a job. You can also check out the resources available on Career Hub, which can help you transition from your education to a career.
Getting involved with student groups is a great way to make the most of your time at Seattle Central. IT students should be sure to check out Byte Club, which organizes and sponsors a variety of events - including presentations and seminars that complement what you've been learning in class, as well as networking and mentoring opportunities with alumni and local IT professionals.
In addition to Byte Club, there are over 60 other student clubs and organizations that are part of Seattle Central’s Student Leadership.
Equipment Needs and Help
You can work on projects and study in Seattle Central’s computer labs. (Learn more about software available in the labs). The Student Helpdesk is available to help you answer technology questions relating to computer use on campus.
As a student, you may be eligible to receive discounts on computer hardware and software.
- MyCentral (Class Schedule & Online Services)
- Academic Calendar
- Learning Support Network (Tutoring)
- Student Leadership
- Ways to Pay for College