Seattle Central College
Seattle Central College was founded in 1966. It is part of the Seattle College District, which serves all of metropolitan Seattle and its surrounding communities, and comprises the largest community college district in the state, educating nearly 55,000 students each year. Every year, 10,000 American students and 1,500 international students from about 70 countries choose Seattle Central College. At the college, the students enjoy outstanding faculty, small classes, personal attention, and low tuition. Seattle Central is the only community college in downtown Seattle, and the number one choice for the international students each year.
Seattle Central offers a wide variety of program options for students, as well as many excellent services and resources. Once the students complete their studies at Seattle Central, students can transfer to 4-year colleges and universities inside and outside of Washington to complete their Bachelor's degree. The college has a variety of programs designed to satisfy a wide range of students, from those seeking to improve their English proficiency to those interested in a university degree, short-term study, technical or professional program, or internship experience.
Seattle Central is located within 10 minutes of two high ranking U.S. universities, University of Washington and Seattle University. Both accept many of their students every year.
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