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Tuesday Tips for April 18, 2017

Office 365 Now Free for South Students

Learn how our advising office can help you reach your goals. Knowing what classes to take, when to take them and planning for future quarters is crucial to your academic success.

  • South’s advisors can help you with educational planning, registering for classes, applying for graduation, college transfer, program and degree information and more!
  • Schedule an appointment today! It's easy, book in advance by calling (206) 934-5387 or stop by the WSECU Advising Center in RSB 11 to request an appointment. You can even book an appointment online!
  • Prof/Tech students can also call 206-934-5394 or visit TEC 140 to make an appointment. Limited same day Prof/Tech appointments (20 min) are available on a first come, first serve basis. Same day Prof/Tech appointments have replaced walk-in advising times. If Prof/Tech advisors cannot address all of your needs within 20 minutes, a follow-up meeting may be needed. Other appointments (30-45 min) are available with advanced notice.
  • Before you drop a course, check in with an Advisor and Financial AidApril 21st is the last day to withdraw with 50% refund.
  • There is an online Educational Planning tool available through MySouth. Login with your SID and PIN. Your advisor is your key resource for helping you develop your Educational Plan. Use this tool to create or edit your plan.
  • Follow WSECU Advising Center on Facebook for updates!

Bonus Tip: The Financial Aid Office has opened our doors for one-on-one appointments! To schedule an appointment, please email FinancialSouth@seattlecolleges.edu. Need funding for Fall Quarter 2017? The 2017-2018 FAFSA and WASFA applications are available for Fall 2017! To finish the FAFSA, please visit, www.fafsa.ed.gov. To finish the WASFA, please visit, www.readysetgrad.org/wasfa. You can also book an appointment with Completion Coaches to help you complete the FAFSA and WASFA applications.

Word of the Week: Major-Ready - Four-year colleges and Universities want transfer students to be "Major Ready" when they enroll. This means taking all the prerequisite coursework for the major before transferring. Prerequisites vary between schools and programs so it's crucial to take the time to research these requirements long before you apply to transfer. An advisor can help you in this process, too!