New Student Services

Welcome to South Seattle College!

New Student Services (NSS) is here to help you get connected and started at South Seattle College. Sign-up for a campus tour, Transfer Information Session or Professional & Technical Career Training Information Session to learn more about what South Seattle College has to offer!

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Campus Tours

Come explore our campus and the many programs of we offer! Let one of our NSS Representatives show what it is like to be a student at South.

Transfer Information Sessions 

Learn how you can take your freshman and sophomore classes at South for a fraction of the cost, and then transfer to a four-year university or college with the skills, confidence and knowledge to complete your bachelor’s degree. 

Professional & Technical Career Training Information Session

Interested in applying to a Professional & Technical Career Training program at South Seattle College? Sign-up for an Information Session to take a tour of campus, ask questions and learn more about distinct program offerings available.

Custom or Group Tours

Do you work for a high school, community-based organization, or have an individual request? South Seattle College also offers custom and group tours to help serve the unique needs of your group.


Need Help? - Information Desk

The Information Desk is staffed by our friendly Peer Navigator Team, who serve as a resource for your enrollment questions, campus referrals, and any other general questions you may have.

START New Student Orientation

NSS assists students throughout the enrollment process and lead the New Student Orientation for our incoming students. Make sure you have read all the Steps to Enroll, as New Student Orientation is just one aspect of enrollment process.

New Student Services Goals

  • Informing the community about access to post-secondary education opportunities
  • Supporting students as they navigate the enrollment process
  • Connecting current students to campus support services and resources
  • Empowering students to cultivate ownership over their academic success, and reach their career goals