Resources for Employees

Counselors are unavailable during quarter breaks. The counselors will plan to return to remote operations and be able to provide assistance to students beginning the week of April 6, 2020.

If you need to contact Counseling during the closure, please email Counseling.Central@seattlecolleges.edu, as this email is regularly monitored and we can provide assistance as needed. Please note that it may take up to 72 business hours for us to respond. Email is not a secure nor confidential form of communication, so please be mindful of the messages you send.
  
During the closure, we will not be holding individual personal counseling sessions. We are not equipped to provide personal counseling services during the closure and want to highlight the off-campus resources and support lines for students in the Community Resources page . If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact 911 or the 24 hour crisis hotline, Crisis Connections, at 1.866.427.4747.
 

Student Conduct

It is the intention of Seattle Central to provide both a safe and nurturing environment for students, faculty and staff. The college subscribes to a code of conduct.

Behavioral Intervention Team

A cross–campus team that meets on a regular basis to review and respond to reports of student behavior that may pose a threat of self–harm or a threat to the community.

Crisis Intervention

Counselors will respond to faculty and staff who become aware of student crisis situations on campus and need someone to help with the resolution of a difficult situation.

Small Group Instructional Diagnosis

A constructive way for you to get feedback from your students about their learning experiences in your class and the effectiveness of your course, as taught.

Retention Response Committee

The committee offers faculty the opportunity to learn more about the potential barriers facing students which might impact their learning and their persistence in college.

Strategies & Tools for Successful Students

A small collection of different strategies on being a successful student.