Seattle University 901 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122-1090 (206) 296-6000 www.seattleu.edu
SU is a non-profit Catholic university located in Seattle’s First Hill and Capitol Hill neighborhoods, and is the largest independent university in the Pacific Northwest. SU provides 61 undergraduate programs, 33 graduate programs and 21 certificate programs.
University of Washington Information & Visitor’s Center: 022 Odegaard (ground floor of Odegaard Undergraduate Library) Seattle, WA 98195-5502 (206) 543-9198
The UW is a multi-campus university in Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell, as well as a world-class academic medical center. Sixteen colleges and schools offer 1,800 undergraduate courses each quarter. The UW confers more than 12,000 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees annually.
Seattle Pacific University 3307 3rd Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98119-1997 (206) 281-2000 www.spu.edu
SPU is a private, Christian university located in a residential neighborhood of Queen Anne offering undergraduate and graduate programs including Business Administration, Psychology, Biology, Nursing, Communication, Political Science, English, Accounting, Music, Visual Communication and Art.
Antioch University 2326 6th Ave. Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 441-5352
www.antiochseattle.eduAntioch University Seattle is one of five campuses of Antioch University, a liberal arts institution. Most Antioch Seattle programs are at the graduate level. You also can finish a bachelor’s degree. Programs offered include: Liberal Arts-BA Completion, Education, Psychology, Center for Creative Change, Environment & Community, Management & Leadership, Organizational Development,
Communication, Whole Systems Design, Center for Teaching and Learning, and some International Programs.
Seattle Community Colleges (Central, North, South)
1500 Harvard Ave. Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 587-4100
www.seattlecolleges.comThree campuses: Seattle Central, North Seattle and South Seattle. All three colleges offer programs in college transfer, professional-technical training, adult basic education, continuing education and eLearning. Central: Professional-technical programs offered include apparel design, ASL interpreter training, culinary arts, wood construction, maritime, and many health-related occupations. North: Professional-technical programs offered include business, information technology, electronics, real estate and many health-related occupations. South: Distinguished by the breadth of partnerships that support programs such as aviation, culinary arts, health care, horticulture, the construction trades and winemaking.
Argosy University, Seattle 2601 Elliott Ave Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 393-3545 www.argosy.edu
Argosy offers degrees, including master’s and doctoral, in a number of disciplines, including psychology, education, business, health sciences, liberal arts and criminal justice.
The Art Institute of Seattle 2323 Elliott Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121-1642 (206) 448-6600
www.artinstitutes.edu/seattleHere, you can earn a bachelor’s or associate’s degree while developing your creative talent and learning essential career skills. Whether you’re interested in design, media, fashion or culinary, as a student at The Art Institute of Seattle you have an opportunity to change the world with the work you do.
Cornish College of the Arts 1000 Lenora St. Seattle, WA 98121 (800) 726-ARTS www.cornish.edu
Cornish is a four-year college offering a Bachelor of Music degree and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in art, dance, design, music, performance production and theater.
Gage Academy of Art 1501 10th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98102-4256 (206) 323-4243
Formerly the Seattle Academy of Fine Art, Gage offers both adult and youth programs, featuring personal attention and hands-on training in the techniques of drawing, painting and sculpting.