Parking is available at each of our campuses with the exception of SVI (limited availability)
and is by permit only. Parking permits are available at the Cashier’s Office on each campus.
Proof of paid enrollment for the appropriate quarter is required when purchasing a quarterly permit.
For daily parking rates and more details about parking permits, refer to your campus:
Parking regulations differ from campus to campus. Check with your home campus.
Student Parking Changes
Starting Winter Quarter 2014, Seattle Community College students will be able to
purchase quarterly parking permits online.
Permits will be mailed
Who can buy a quarterly permit?
You need to be a registered student with all of your outstanding fees from the prior quarter paid in full.
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If you have questions, please see your campus Transportation Management Office.
Central & SVI:
King County Metro
206-553-3000 or TDD 206-684-1739
206-398-5000 or TDD 888-713-6030
Community (Snohomish) Transit
425-353-RIDE (7433) or TDD 425-778-2188
Pierce County Transit
253-581-8000 or TDD 253-582-7951
Carpool/Rider Match Service/Vanpool
206-625-4500 or TTY 800-833-6388
1-800-501-RIDE (7433) or TDD 360-377-9874
Washington State Department of Transportation
1-866-936-8246 or TDD 206-689-3413
Washington State Ferries
206-464-6400 or TDD 1-800-833-6388
Green for the 21st Century in Seattle
Innovations in curriculum and operations have earned the 2009 Green Washington Award for the Seattle Community Colleges
– Central, North and South. All three colleges are active members of the Seattle Climate Partnership and North was an
early signer of the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment. A district-wide Chancellor’s
Sustainability Initiative provides energy, focus and a forum for emerging training and initiatives.
Sustainability is infused into programs ranging from urban agriculture at Central to environmental science,
real estate and building management across the district. Students have funded a sustainability coordinator.
Campus activities include reducing the carbon footprint and promoting recycling and energy conservation, which earned
a “Recycler of the Year” award for South. Last year, the college culinary operations diverted 31 tons of
materials to a regional composting facility – which returned the compost to “green” the college landscape.
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Helping displaced workers to
‘Start Next Quarter’
During the economic downturn, thousands of displaced workers turned to the Seattle Community Colleges at the same
time regional employers reported a need for skilled workers to fill jobs in the new economy. To help both potential
workers and employers, the Seattle Community Colleges developed Start Next Quarter (SNQ), a two-part initiative
designed to improve the success of dislocated workers who enroll in technical education programs. SNQ invites
prospective students to assess their eligibility for workforce funding online and connects them to a comprehensive
two-day college success workshop held at each campus. The workshops are based on a model developed at one of the
district campuses. Students who complete the workshop are more likely to complete their training programs and to
obtain jobs using their new skills. The project was developed in part through a grant from the League for Innovation,
funded by the Walmart Foundation Bright Futures project to serve displaced workers.
A Model for the Region
The Opportunity Center for Employment and Education at North Seattle Community College is a regional resource and
the first integrated service center of its kind in Washington state. Since the OCE&E opened its doors in spring 2011,
more than 40,000 people have come for one-stop help in finding a new job, career retraining or to sign up for public
assistance benefits. Founding partners were the state Departments of Social and Health Services and Employment
Security, the college, and the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County. The campus and the new LEED
Gold Certified 45,000-square foot facility are in the heart of Seattle’s north end and close to a major transit hub.
House Speaker Frank Chopp and Rep. Phyllis Gutierrez Kenney (sponsor of the legislation and a former Seattle District trustee)
championed the OCE&E in the state legislature. The center aims to provide streamlined services in a positive environment,
helping clients succeed in the next stage of their lives.