Academic Transfer is the home for all university transfer courses at South Seattle College. With numerous associate transfer degrees to choose from, 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!
We offer a wide variety of programs pathways to enhance your AA, AB, or AS degree. Please visit any of the Academic Transfer Program Pathways for additional information on the types of courses they offer and careers they can prepare you for.
Why Take The Transfer Route?
- Your education comes first. Our dedicated instructors are focused on preparing you for success with your bachelor’s degree and future career. We also have advisors, graduation completion coaches and transfer workshops to ensure you are prepared for that next step.
- Succeed at the next level. Students who transfer from two-year colleges like South do just as well as those who started as freshman at four-year institutions.
- Save money. By taking the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at South, you will save thousands on the cost of your degree without sacrificing the quality of your education.
- Transfer to the right place for you. We have Direct Transfer Agreements with nearly all four-year colleges and universities in Washington, with most of our transfer students attending the University of Washington. Other popular destinations include: Washington State University, Western Washington University, The Evergreen State College and Central Washington University. Several students also transfer to out-of-state institutions.
Ready, Set, Transfer! Academy
South Seattle College's Ready, Set, Transfer! Academy is a National Science Foundation (NSF) program that provides tools and support to start and keep you on a pathway to a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) career.
South Seattle College's MakerSpace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing using a variety of high, low, or no-tech tools such as 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines, sewing machines, wood, art supplies and more. MakerSpace is open to all students and is intended to cultivate a “maker mindset”, allowing students to explore their interests and practice creating something from nothing.