Remote Operations Update:
The Registration office processes general applications to the college, registers students for classes, evaluates transfer credit, directs the quarterly grading process, processes petitions for exceptions to policy and late add petitions as well as fulfills transcript request orders.
Online registration continues without disruption. If permission is needed to register, email permission will be accepted from the instructor or advisor to the email@example.com alias. Staff monitoring that alias will confirm when registration is complete. The most effective way to communicate with us between during our remote operations is to email firstname.lastname@example.org for general inquiries, and for transcript evaluations or graduation applications, email email@example.com . Staff are regularly monitoring these sites between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm weekdays. Voicemail left on any office or employee line will be picked up at least daily, and responses will be via email.
Most registration forms are located online at: southseattle.edu/registration/forms and can be filled out and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org as a high- resolution picture or attachment.
Transcript Requests Sent by US Mail
If you sent a transcript request via US Mail after March 10th, only a few of those mails were received before the college moved to fully remote operations and US Mail began to be held. If you submitted a transcript request using US Mail and have not received it, we ask that you submit a subsequent request online using the information here: southseattle.edu/student-resources/transcripts-grades#online. We will reach out and confirm requests sent by mail once we have access to US Mail again so that we don't charge and send transcripts twice.
Transcripts Sent via US Mail for Evaluation
If you sent a transcript for evaluation via US Mail that would have reached our offices after March 10th, only a few of those mails were received before the college move to fully remote operations and US Mail began to be held. If you submitted a transcript for evaluation using US Mail and have not received confirmation of that evaluation, email SEvaluations@seattlecolleges.edu to make alternative arrangements.
Our team is dedicated to the mission of South Seattle College, and it is our goal to provide students and the campus community with prompt, efficient, and accurate professional services.
We are committed to facilitating the initial and ongoing enrollment and growth of our students through the following services and experiences:
- Admissions and Enrolling
- Credential Evaluations
- Enrollment Data, Reporting and Verification
- Graduation and Degree Posting
- Outreach and Recruitment
- Records Maintenance and Management
Never attended South Seattle College? Apply for admission at no cost to you. The admission application is your first step to register for classes and to access other campus resources. You will be assigned a student identification number (SID) and a personal identification number (PIN) after your application has been processed. Your SID will be sent to you by email. Your PIN is set initially to your birthdate in MMDDYY format. We recommend you change your PIN for enhanced security and you can do this in the MySouth Student Portal.
Current or Returning Students
If you are a current or returning student, please use the menu on the left hand side or MySouth to access many of your online services and accounts. These accounts have been developed to provide you with quick and easy access to your information.
Running Start Students
The Running Start program allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to enroll tuition-free in college courses. Running Start students must meet certain eligibility requirements and register after meeting with their high school counselor, then a Running Start advisor.
International students will work directly with their Center for International Education advisors for quarter registration.
Contact the department directly for specialized enrollment steps if you are interested in any of the following programs: Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, GED® Prep, Career Link, High School 21+, I-BEST/Career Training, and Pivot Point.
Continuing Education Students
The Continuing Education Department offers noncredit, lifelong learning classes, senior classes, community choir, professional development and online courses. Registration is through the Continuing Education Department.