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Enrolling and Placement Options

Please see our Steps to Enroll for more information on how to enroll at South Seattle College. Please be sure to complete the placement exam prior to meeting with an advisor. If you have successfully completed a College Level English course and a College Level Math course, then you will not need to take the placement exam. Instead, you will need to bring a copy of your transcript with you to registration. More information on the placement exam can be found here: Placement.
If you have already earned a Bachelor’s degree, you do not need to meet with an advisor. After you have completed the steps to enroll, you can send a copy of your unofficial transcripts to AdvisorSouth@seattlecolleges.edu and request help with registering for the courses you would like to take. When emailing AdvisorSouth@seattlecolleges.edu, please include your South student ID, your unofficial transcripts, the course(s) you would like to take, and which quarter you are looking to register. However, if you did not take/pass College Level Math or English as part of your Bachelor’s degree, you may need to take the placement exam for certain courses or use another form of placement. In this case, please see the next question “I don’t know if I need to take the placement test. How do I find this out?”

Please review the Placement Options document – identify all of the placement options apply to you and gather documentation (unofficial is fine) from every option that is still within the expiration parameters. Bring that documentation to New Student Orientation and advising appointments where an Advisor will review your documents to determine if they can be used for placement. If you do not have documentation for any of the options listed, you should take the placement test at South prior to Orientation and meeting with an advisor.

Transferring Credits to South

If you are transferring credits from another college, you will need to submit official transcripts and an Incoming Academic Transcript Evaluation Request form to Registration. The evaluation process can take 4-6 weeks depending on the number of requests received and the time of year. Please note that we can use unofficial transcripts to register you for courses, but to transfer the credits to South to earn a degree, you will need to submit an official transcript and the evaluation request form to Registration.

More information about the transcript evaluation process can be found here, if you have questions please contact Evaluations at sevaluations@seattlecolleges.edu.

Advising Appointments

You can make an appointment to see an advisor by calling our office at 206-934-5387 or booking an appointment online. When scheduling an appointment, please have your South student ID number ready and share why you are making the appointment. We have appointments available to book, as well as same day appointments, Monday – Friday. For more information about the different types of advising appointments and availability, please read here

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Meeting with an advisor is required for all new South students – determining placement is a necessary step prior to registering for classes and advisor can help you with that! If you are new to college, and South, you can register for classes with an advisor at the New Student Orientation. Currently enrolled students should check in with their advisor to ensure they are successfully completing classes that meet their degree requirements. We recommend students check in at least once a quarter.

Whenever you need us! You will want to come in during the first few weeks of the quarter (after you have settled into your courses) to make a plan for the next quarter(s). For information about appointment types and how to make an appointment, please read here. Please plan ahead, advising appointments fill up quickly during peak advising times.

If you need to determine placement, please review the Placement Options document – identify all of the placement options apply to you and gather documentation (unofficial is fine) from every option that is still within the expiration parameters. Bring that documentation to advising appointments. If you do not have documentation for any of the options listed, you should take the placement test at South prior to meeting with an advisor. Otherwise, bring your questions and any information about programs or schools are interested in. If you are planning to get registered for classes, please bring a list of classes you are hoping to take. View the class schedule here.

Educational Planning

Information about Professional Technical Degrees and their requirements can be found here. Information about Academic Transfer Degrees and their requirements can be found here.
Information about Academic Transfer Degrees and their requirements can be found here.

For additional help with Academic Transfer Degrees, please see our District page here and our list of transfer resources.

Our quarterly course listings can be found on our online class schedule. Click on or type in the department you are interested in (e.g. English) and search for the specific course you are interested in. To the right of the time that the specific course is offered you will see a box that indicates whether the class is open (green) or full (red). You can also see how many seats are left and/or how many people are on the waitlist. If you have general questions about classes, nothing advising specific, our Peer Navigators would be happy to answer your questions at infosouth@seattlecolleges.edu.

You can access your degree requirements and the specific courses that will fulfill it by using the Degree Audit tool. You will need to log in with your South student ID number and your PIN.

Using the drop-down menu, select the certificate or degree that you are seeking and click “run audit.” At the top of the page, click on “Expand All” to get a detailed report. Under each requirement, you can click on the small “options box” to get a list of courses that will fulfill that requirement. Keep in mind that the Degree Audit tool is district wide, meaning some of the classes that are listed as options are only offered at Seattle Central College or North Seattle College. Please use South’s online class schedule to search for the class options listed. If you need assistance to ensure you are selecting appropriate classes, please see an advisor or email us at AdvisorSouth@seattlecolleges.edu.

Registration

You can find information about your MySouth student portal, how to use it, and helpful links here. To access your MySouth student portal, you with need your South student ID (SID) number and PIN. To find out your SID and PIN please read here.

If you are still having trouble logging in or your SID/PIN is not working, please contact Registration directly at 206-934-7938.

Please see our eLearning website here for more information about online courses.

Transcripts

: To order an official transcript, please see the following instructions from our website here.

You can order an official transcript (see question above) from South to be sent to any other college. You will need to check with each school you plan to send official transcripts to and find out what else you need to do to ensure your credits are transferred.

Please follow the instructions outlined on this page here. Be sure to also submit the Incoming Transcript Evaluation Request along with your official transcripts so they are actually evaluated and part of your South student profile.

If you have questions about transcripts or credit assessment, please contact Registration at 206-934-7938.

Transferring to a Four-Year University

Our classes transfer easily to UW. To find out how they transfer, please see the UW Equivalency Guide.

In addition, don’t forget to look up your major or program prerequisite courses by viewing UW’s Academic Planning Worksheets and the departmental webpage.

Please see our transfer resources page here and make an appointment to see an advisor. For information about appointment types and how to make an appointment, please read here.

Other FAQs

You can find contact information by searching for a faculty member’s name through our district wide Faculty and Staff Directory here. The directory will provide you with their email, office location, and phone number. If you cannot find an instructor through the directory, please contact our Academic Center at 206-934-6600.

Information about our Running Start program can be found here.

Information about our GED program can be found here.

Information about our high school completion programs can be found here

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Information about our English as a Second Language (ESL) program can be found here.

Information about our Adult Basic Education (ABE) program can be found here.

Please change the answer to this question to read: Information about our International Education program can be found here.