How do I get a refund for class cancellations or changes due to Coronavirus?
What are your hours of operation?
FOR SPRING 2020:
We will not have regular office hours due to Coronavirus. Find more information about our response to Coronavirus.
Continuing Education office hours are usually Monday through Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. You may make an appointment with any staff member as needed. We are currently working remotely.
I’m having trouble registering on your website. Who can I contact?
Do you offer any type of payment plan or scholarships?
Unfortunately, financial assistance is usually from federal funds and reserved for credit-based and degree-based programs and therefore is NOT applicable for Continuing Education classes and programs. We also aren't able to offer any type of payment plan, though we do take most credit cards. If you are eligible for unemployment benefits, please contact your local office to determine your eligibility.
If you work for Seattle Colleges, please see Professional Development Funds for Seattle Colleges Employees.
How do I find the Continuing Education office?
Our offices are located in rooms 1139 I-M, in the Broadway Edison Building, the main building on Seattle Central College's Capitol Hill campus, in the lowest level. Find out more on these web pages: directions, map and parking or contact us.
How do I get documentation for clock hours, continuing education units (CEUs) or a certificate of completion?
Get the information you need by visiting the following web pages:
- Educators: Clock hours for K-12 educators
- Au Pairs: Continuing education units (CEUs) for au pairs
- Request a certificate of completion
What materials or books do I need for my class?
First, review the web page for your class, then see our texbooks and supplies page.
Is the school closed due to bad weather or emergencies?
How Do I Use WIFI on the Main Campus?
If you're a current student, you are welcome to use the college WIFI when you are on the main campus. In order to access Wi-Fi:
- Find your Student Identification Number (SID) and Personal Identification Number (PIN):
a. Your SID is included at the top of your class confirmation email.
b. Your PIN is your date of birth in MMDDYY format.
- Find your Seattle Colleges email:
a. Go to My Seattle Colleges Login Tools website: https://tools.seattlecolleges.edu/home
b. Click on “Get My Credentials.”
c. Enter your SID and PIN.
d. Click “Show Credentials.”
e. Your Wi-Fi login and college email will appear.
- Set your password.
a. Go back to My Seattle Colleges Login Tools website: https://tools.seattlecolleges.edu/home
b. Click on "Reset my Password."
c. Enter your SID and PIN
d. Choose a password based on the credentials in the box.
e. Click on "Reset My Password."
- You can now login to Wi-Fi.
a. In your settings on your computer or device, select Wi-Fi.
b. Under "Choose a Network," select SCWiFi or Seattle Central College Wi-Fi.
c. A new browser will pop up prompting you to insert information.
d. For username: use your Wi-Fi login from Step 2 (usually firstname.lastname, but not for everyone). Note: You do not need to include @seattlecolleges
e. For password: insert the password created in the third step.
If you have questions, please contact the campus help desk: Seattle Central College, 206.934.6333, NEED@seattlecolleges.edu
Can I use the library or print services at the college?
Yes! In order to use library services you'll need your Student ID number. It will appear at the top of the email you get after registering for your class. Follow steps 1-3 above to get your password and email as well, which you will need to use library or other computers.
You can also check out library materials, reserve a room for group collaboration, and other services.
SCC Library Regular Quarter Hours
Mon-Thu, 7:45 AM–8 PM; Fri, 7:45 AM–4:30 PM; Sat, Noon–4 PM
CLOSED: 1st Saturday of the quarter, Saturday before Monday holidays and Sundays
Broadway Edison Building, Room 2101; 1701 Broadway
The library is on the 2nd floor. There are two sets of stairs to get here - across from the main entrance and next to the elevator/candy machine area near the main entrance. Or you can take the elevator.
Can I get a refund if I decide not to take the class?
Please see our policies about cancellations and refunds.
What do I need to know about online courses?
We offer many online courses through educational partners, and some we offer to you directly with our own curriculum and local instructors.
If the online partner is LERN or Ed2GO, you can read FAQs about online classes through LERN and find out more about online classes with Ed2GO. If the online partner is MindEdge and you have questions, see the MindEdge FAQ.
Can my child take a class?
Continuing Education programs are designed for adult learners. Unless a course or program is specifically geared toward a younger age group, students under 18 years must obtain permission to enroll according to the following guidelines:
- 16 and 17 year old students may enroll in some classes with the required release form. However, certain classes require a minimum age of 18 or 21.
- 14 to 15 year old students may enroll in some classes if accompanied by a parent or adult guardian over 18, registered and participating in the same class. This does not apply to every class, so please contact us to confirm that the class your interested in is eligible.
Have a question that wasn't answered here? Please contact us. Thank you!