Seattle Community College-Central Campus Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (2)
The Interpreter Training Program at Seattle Central Community College was a well established program that provided excellent instructors and prepared me for employment in the industry. Unfortunately, they have discontinued the program. You can still attend ASL language classes levels 1-6 and take classes in Deaf studies.
I am taking classes at SCCC to finish up my bachelor's degree at UW. The enrollment process is fairly easy, but financial aid, coordinating class schedules, basically everything that was easy at UW was a pain in the ass at SCCC. It seems as though none of the other departments (enrollment, Financial Aid, etc) never talk to each other. No one knows how or what is going on. A TON of red tape. Once you get your classes sorted out (seriously, it takes incredible patience, I met with multiple advisors, practically useless) than it gets easier. Their website is also a hot mess. You need at least 4 different user names and passwords to remember, some you create, some you don't.