College Transfer & Career Training Advising
Are you studying to earn an associate’s degree and transfer to another college? Or, are you in a career training or professional technical program? Our advisors are here to help you with your educational goals and plans.
Once you register at Seattle Central, we recommend you meet with an advisor during non–registration periods (week three through seven of each quarter) to develop your academic plan.
During quarterly registration periods, our advisors can help with selecting courses and review transcripts from other schools to approve course pre–requisites that have not been officially evaluated and incorporated into a permanent record.
Meet with an Academic Advisor
Choose the type of student that best describes you and book an advising appointment.
- Current Students: Book an Appointment
Learn more about meeting with an advisor including what to bring to your appointment, drop-in visits, etc.
- New Students: If you have not applied to Seattle Central or registered for your first quarter classes yet, be sure you've completed the first four steps to enroll before meeting with an advisor. After orientation, you'll be directed on how to make an advising appointment.
Get Guidance and Assistance
Our dedicated and supportive advisors are committed to helping you achieve your educational goals. They provide clear and comprehensive information and are available to:
- Help you develop long–range educational plans, including researching majors
- Offer guidance on college transfer degrees
- Interpret placement test results
- Evaluate unofficial transcripts
- Explain requirements to transfer to a four–year college or university
- Refer you to other campus services and resources
- Assist with schedule planning
Advising Services for Other Programs
Our office only advises students in the College Transfer and Career Training/Professional Technical programs. If you in another program, visit the advising webpage to find the services available to you.