Visiting Student

For students taking one to three classes (one quarter) to transfer to your home institution, or are seeking dual enrollment at South and your home institution.

1. Admissions 

Complete our free online admissions application


2. Plan Your Funding 

Learn about current cost of classes (tuition), fees, and payment deadlines and how to pay for tuition.

If you are receiving financial aid at your home institution, you will need to complete a consortium agreement for funding to be transferred to South.


3. Orientation 

Go to the START: New Student Orientation homepage and watch our online New Student Orientation


4. Register 

Email advisorsouth@seattlecolleges.edu and include the following information: 

  • Name and Student ID number
  • Classes you would like to register for including
    • Item Number
    • Section Number
    • Course Name
  • Attach unofficial transcripts from your home institution which show you meet the necessary perquisites for your desired class

5. Pay 

Ensure that your classes and fees are paid for by the Tuition Due Dates. Learn about our numerous Payment Options.


6. Prepare 

SET UP STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT
Go to tools.seattlecolleges.edu and select “Get My Credentials” to activate your Seattle Colleges email address. You will be provided with your email and login credentials. After this, you will set your password by selecting “Set/Reset Password.”

ACTIVATE YOUR STARFISH ACCOUNT
Starfish is your online portal to schedule appointments with your Success Network, as well as give you access to other important online resources. To activate your account, go to the Starfish login page and enter your email login credentials.

BUY YOUR BOOKS
You can buy your books from the South Seattle College Bookstore after determining your class schedule for the upcoming quarter.

STUDENT ID CARD 
Student ID cards can be purchased at the Cashier’s Office, located in Student Services lobby (RSB). Student ID’s are $7.50 each. After payment, bring your receipt to the Information Desk to obtain your card. Student Identification Cards are issued to all new students taking 3 or more credits.

TRANSPORTATION
Learn about Parking and Transportation options to get you to class!