Research Colleges & Universities
Match four-year schools to your needs and goals
Once you know what subject you're going to study, it's time to find four year colleges and universities that offer that program. In order to find the schools that are the best fit for you as a student and a person, it is important to spend time evaluating yourself and your goals. The link below provides some tips and questions to ask yourself to help you with this process. Decide Which School is the Best Fit for you.
Starting your research
Here are some useful college search web sites to help you get started, especially if you don't have a specific school in mind.
Visiting college and university web sites directly is the best way to gather in-depth and accurate information about a particular university.
- Want to stay in-state? Check out the College Transfer Schools in Washington
- Attend Transfer Fairs here on campus and talk to the university admissions representatives who offer information sessions on specific programs when they visit South. Don't be shy...they're here to talk to you! Check out the college event calendar for upcoming fairs.
- If possible, visit the colleges/universities that interest you. Take a tour. Take advantage of information sessions for transfer students hosted on their campuses.
- South Seattle College and Western Governors University: If you are interested in completing an online degree, WGU offers scholarships and reduced tuition to South Seattle transfer students. For more information please visit WGU Washington.
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology at Eastern Washington University: This B.S. in Applied Technology distance education program at EWU is designed for students who have graduated or almost completed an Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS or AAST) in Network Security Administration. For more information, please visit EWU’s Distance Education website.
Use the University Comparison Worksheet to gather and compare information about schools.