We will offer in-person services for those student-facing services four days a week – Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays – from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Virtual services will continue to be available for students who choose such services or cannot make it to campus.  Please visit the Virtual Services for hours and contact information.


Counselors are faculty members holding masters and doctorate degrees specializing in solution focused, short-term counseling of college students. North’s counselors are trained to help students cope with a range of personal life challenges and concerns that may impact personal and academic performance. We use theoretical and research-based approaches such as career counseling, learning-theory, cognitive neurobiology, life-span developmental counseling, multi-cultural counseling, crisis counseling and other generalist approaches found to be effective in helping students achieve success and satisfaction in college. 

You may use any of the following methods to schedule an appointment:

  • Fill out this counseling request form here. Once your information is received, a staff with contact you within 1-2 business days to confirm your appointment.
  • Make an appointment in-person at the student services window on the second floor of the College Center building (see map)
  • Email us a request for an appointment at: nscccounseling@seattlecolleges.edu or
  • Call 206-934-3676

Please note: you must be a currently enrolled student to make an appointment

Prior to your appointment:

For an informal, drop-in consultation with an NSC counselor:

  • As part of the national Let’s Talk program, counselors are available to talk with you informally at various locations on campus. You do not need to make an appointment or fill out any paperwork. Just stop by to talk about whatever is important to you.  Please see our drop-in schedule.

NOTE: Phone 911 in situations of life-threatening emergency.

If you are experiencing a personal crisis, please call King County 24-hour Crisis Connections toll free at 1-866-427-4747 (866-4CRISIS) or the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255


NSC Employees wanting to report concerns or seek support about how best to assist students should complete a Student Conduct Behavioral Intervention Form







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