TriO is a nonprofit organization that provide student support service such as counseling, tutoring, helping with transfer to a 4-year university.
With an Advising plan we can monitor your progress together to help make sure you:
Take the classes you need to complete your degree.
Take the classes you need to transfer.
Complete as much as possible within your quarters of financial aid eligibility.
Take a well-balanced course load each quarter.
With a Transfer plan we can monitor your progress together to help make sure you:
Take the classes you need for general admittance to your transfer institution.
Take the classes you need for eligibility for your chosen major.
Are aware of the admissions materials and processes for your transfer institution.
Complete admissions preparation and application by your transfer institution's deadlines.
Together we can explore Career information to help make sure you:
Are aware of career information research methods and resources.
Are aware of self-exploration tools and resources.
Pursue the course work and a major relevant to your career interests.
Connect your academic skills to developing professional skills.
Exploring Financial Aid and Financial Literacy together we can assist you to:
Assess the cost of your education.
Identify different funding sources.
Successfully complete as much course work as possible within your quarters of financial aid eligibility.
Start a foundation in financial literacy to track your spending and develop a budget.
By exploring Student Success Strategies together we can help you:
Develop your ability to assess your own learning.
Identify and use study skill strategies.
Identify and use academic resources on campus and on-line.
Navigate academic policies and procedures and self-advocate.
By exploring Personal Well-Being together we can:
Identify and develop successful self-care strategies.
Manage crisis and develop supports.
Manage interpersonal dynamics and communication.
Refer to outside counseling resources.
[02/15/16] Don't forget to register for your classes today! Comment here if you need any help!
The spring schedule is up and ready for you to look at. Registration day is going to be on Feb 16th. Remember to check in with your counselor to make sure what you have to take! Also don't forget to check your registration time :) Best luck!
Shout out to the Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors at TriO,
We are going to have a video project to give out advice and thoughts about college to the Freshmen. This is our first time doing this project, so we hope to hear back from all the students who would like to contribute to this project. Deadline is the coming Monday. This would be a great opportunity to share your opinions and experience at Seattle Central College to the Freshmen.
I am pleased to announce the launch of Alfie Scholars at Seattle University. This program is dedicated to making the dream of attaining a bachelor’s degree a reality for transfer students from two-year colleges, to increasing diversity on campus and in the workforce, and to promoting leadership to foster civility in society. The program will be available to students transferring to SU beginning with the start of the 2016-17 academic year and provides the following:
A $10,000 annual scholarship
Academic support programming that prepares students for the increased academic rigor of a four-year university
Opportunities to create mutually reinforcing relationships
A customized curriculum to develop leadership skills
Preparation to become leaders who foster civility in their professions and society
Each year, the Alfie Scholars Program will admit 15 scholars. By August 2018, there will be 30 Alfie Scholars on campus. The Alfie’s Fund, whose mission is to provide support to help change a life, has committed nearly $500,000 annually to fully fund these scholarships and the program.
Professor Emerita Paula Lustbader, who co-founded and directed the Academic Resource Center, the law school’s access admissions program, is working with Seattle University faculty and staff to design this cutting-edge program. Carol Cochran, who has been the assistant dean of Admissions at the law school, will be the Alfie Scholars Program Director beginning Feb. 1, 2016. The program will be housed in Student Academic Services and a public announcement is being planned for early March.
I’d like to extend my appreciation to Professor Lustbader for being the driving force behind this innovative program. She has been joined in this effort by other colleagues who also have my thanks, including Carol Cochran, Nathan Colaner, Isiaah Crawford, Marilyn Crone, Yancy Dominick, Doug Duncan, Genevieve Geiger, Luke Green, Gwendolyn Jackson, Josh Krawczyk, Kevin Krycka, Chuck Lawrence, Dave Madsen, Colleen Montoya-Barbano, Monica Nixon, Jeff Philpott, Joelle Pretty, Jeff Scofield, Diane Schmitz, Carol Schneider, Frank Shih and Mallory Torgerson-Preuitt.
I look forward to welcoming the first class of Alfie Scholars in September 2016. In the meantime, please visit www.alfiescholars.org for more information about this great program.
Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. President
alfiescholars.org The Alfie Scholars Program at Seattle University provides financial aid, supports academic excellence, and promotes leadership and civility.
TRiO campus visit to UW School of Social Work THIS Thursday, Feb 4th. Students will meet in TRiO at 2:15p to catch the bus to UW. We will provide bus fare if needed. BASW session is 3-4:30p for any students who prefer to meet us there.
If you are interested in attending please stop in to sign up or reply via CANVAS. *Also, you need to sign up on UW's website in order to attend. Follow the link for more info and to register: BASW Open House and Info Session Schedule-1.pdf
On Tuesday, February 9th we will have the EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE admissions rep for transfer, Megan Daniels, here to meet with our TRiO students from 1-3pm. She can review transcripts, essays or just answer specific questions. Please sign up with us if you are interested in meeting with her.
TRiO campus visit to Seattle University on Friday, February 12th! Meet at the TRiO office by 10:30a to go over as a group. Tour begins at 11a. Stop into TRiO or call to sign up: 206-934-3852.
Queer I Am aims to create a liberating space the engages Queer individuals and their many communities in developing a sense of belonging and pride in Queer culture.
PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GAIN:
A greater sense of community belonging, solidarity, and celebration.
Skills and networks to support organizing and leadership in the community.
A deeper understanding of our diverse identities and how they interact with gender, sexuality, and culture.
THE SUMMIT’S VALUES AND GOALS:
Building community through liberation and celebration of queer culture.
Providing spaces for safety, healing and growth.
Fostering accessibility for diverse needs and levels of experience.
Centering voices and experiences of Queer and Trans People of Color.
Emphasizing solidarity amongst our queer cultural differences to develop community.
If you are interested in attending please follow the link below:
You can apply through this link, by February 19th, for free admission. Otherwise the cost is $65.
decspscc.weebly.com Queer I Am: LGBTQ+ Student Leadership Conference information
Hello TRiO Students,
We are now at the fifth week of Winter quarter and ask that you follow up with your instructors regarding grades. And, don't forget we offer additional support in the way of tutoring, study skills and/or counseling so come and see us!
[01/28/16] A huge shout out to Cindy Phanz, Violet Banks, and Kelly Thadeous on completing their A.A through Project Finish Line
[01/27/16] TRiO students come through to Livingston's 2nd annual development conference. It is today January 27 from 1pm -5:30. in room BE 1110-11. There will key note speakers addressing strategies for bringing contracts and jobs to Black Seattle.
Turning Passion into Achievement.
Pacific Northwest Ballet's official page.
With four Seattle neighborhood studios, 8 Limbs offers over 100 classes a day with exceptional teachers, Teacher Training, Retreats, Series & more.
The LI at UPC serves refugees, immigrants, and foreign students through ESL classes and home tutoring.
The mission of Pottery Northwest is to develop and promote excellence in the ceramic arts. Pottery Northwest’s goal is to provide a professional facility in an educational atmosphere for the enhancement of skills in the medium of clay.
Ballet Exclusively, Adults Exclusively
SCC Student Leadership We empower you to be active on campus and engage with the community.
"TheFilmSchool is truly a life changing experience."
Gildenfire Dance is based in Creative Movement, Modern Dance, Ballet and Yoga. Through games, songs, skill building and introduction to dance concepts, children gain balance, coordination, confidence and a love for dance.
Founded in 1994 as the Pacific Northwest's first music conservatory, SCM has succeeded in educating aspiring classical music pre-college students to be confident and seasoned performers and musical leaders. Extension programs are offered for adults.
Wushu, Taijiquan , Filipino Martial Arts, and self defense instruction, serving West Seattle, Beacon Hill, South Seattle, Sodo Center, Burien, White Center