Seattle Central Community College Direct Transfer Agreement

Seattle Colleges has transferred Admission Guarantees and Pathway Partnerships with several partner institutions, including some of the country`s best-known colleges and universities. “This partnership offers Seattle Central students a practical opportunity to complete their college education by enrolling in a four-year university and a bachelor`s degree,” Felton said. “This is especially important for students of color who, unlike their colleagues, often come down from the education pipeline after a community school experience and do not pursue their bachelor`s degree.” “I want them [our students] to have a wide range of alternatives that they should consider when trying to get a bachelor`s degree,” said Edwards Lange. “I think there`s something that our students and HBCU can get that maybe they don`t get from places like the University of Washington that allows them to get out and take the leadership that our community desperately needs right now.” Seattle universities have partnerships and transfer contracts with the four-year-old institutions listed below and are constantly developing new ones. You will find the most accurate list of all transfer agreements in the counselling and transfer centres. Students and schools have rights and responsibilities for dissemination. As a public university in Washington State, North Seattle College recognizes these rights and duties. Seattle Central College offers two accredited bachelor`s programs, a bachelor`s degree in applied science and a bachelor`s degree in applied science in Allied Health. The applied nature of diplomas places more emphasis on practical skills over theory. In addition, two-year contracts in accordance with the Washington Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) are proposed. The DtA guarantees that all transfer credits to a Washington State University will be accepted to obtain a bachelor`s degree at that institution for individuals wishing to pursue a B.A. or B.S. outside Seattle Central.

Joint agreements between Seattle colleges and four-year institutions apply to both resident and international students.