Updates Regarding Coronavirus


This webpage provides updates and guidance for all new and current Seattle Colleges international students. The most recent updates, listed below, are based on information in guidance from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) from April 26, 2021.

- Last updated on May 17, 2021 -


Seattle Colleges is currently on remote operations. This means that campus buildings and offices are closed to the public, and employees are working from home.

Except for the "Programs Still Offered On-Site / In-Person", Seattle Colleges will continue to operate remotely through Summer Quarter 2021. Seattle Colleges will return from remote operations and begin offering limited on-campus services in Fall Quarter 2021.

In Summer 2021, the majority of Seattle Colleges classes will be taught online, except for programs that must meet face-to-face to satisfy regulatory or accreditation requirements, as noted in the "Programs Still Offered On-Site / In-Person" section below. Continuing students who have been enrolled since March 9, 2020 will be able to maintain status while taking all online classes. New Summer Quarter students should review the information below for further guidance.

IP staff remain available to assist students via email, phone, and through virtual online appointments while the colleges are on remote operations and the International Programs (IP) offices are closed to in-person services. Our teams are committed to supporting all new and current students as best as possible during these unusual times, and to providing all the tools necessary for students to complete their classes and maintain their immigration status.

While the college campuses are operating remotely, students who need to come to campus must follow campus access procedures outlined on the website of each campus:

North Seattle College
Seattle Central College
South Seattle College

In September, 2021, Seattle Colleges' offices will begin re-opening in preparation for Fall Quarter. Fall classes will be offered in a mix of in-person, hybrid, and online formats. Campus offices, inclusing the International Programs offices, will be open to provide services, although hours of operation may be limited.

Please click on the appropriate tab(s) below for further guidance. The information provided here is correct pending new announcements from Seattle Colleges.

STUDENTS ADMITTED FOR SUMMER and FALL QUARTER 2021

Seattle Colleges will offer classes for Summer Quarter 2021, starting Monday, June 28th. All classes will be taught online, except for programs that must meet face-to-face to satisfy regulatory or accreditation requirements.

Seattle Colleges will offer classes for Fall Quarter 2021 on September 27, 2021. Classes will be offered in a mix of in-person, hybrid, and online modalities. Certain programs will require students meet face-to-face in all classes.

On April 26, 2021, the Department of Homeland Security announced that new and continuing international students should continue to follow the guidance issued in March and July 2020 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). The following information is based on that guidance.


New Students

Per the guidance from ICE and SEVP, new students admitted for Summer Quarter cannot come to the United States to study in only online classes. New students will be able to come to the United States to take classes in Fall Quarter as long as their schedule includes in-person or hybrid classes.

International Admissions is currently issuing I-20 forms to Fall Quarter students, but not to students admitted for Summer Quarter 2021, unless students will begin in one of the programs offering in-person instruction. All students admitted for Summer 2021 who have not received an I-20 form may request an I-20 form for Fall Quarter 2021.

New students who are not admitted to a program offering in-person instruction can study online from their home country during Summer Quarter 2021, and then travel to the United States for Fall Quarter 2021. An I-20 form and F-1 visa are not required to take online classes from outside of the United States, but will be necessary in order to enter the United States for Fall Quarter 2021.

New students who try to enter the United States for Summer Quarter 2021 may be turned away at the border by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP). Students who do arrive successfully in the United States and enroll for only online classes will not be able to maintain F-1 legal status. If you have already entered the United States, please contact the International Programs Office on the campus where you plan to enroll to learn what options are available to you.


Covid-19 Health and Safety Requirements

Seattle Colleges will follow current health and safety protocols as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Students should prepare to wear masks while they are on campus attending classes. Students are not currently required by Seattle Colleges to have a coronavirus vaccination or proof of negative coronavirus test to be on campus. This may change and any changes to this policy will be noted on this page.


Request a Deferral

As noted above, initial I-20 forms previously issued for Summer Quarter 2021 have been deferred to Fall Quarter 2021, unless they were issued for a program with in-person instruction. Applicants to Summer who did not receive an I-20 form can ask to receive an I-20 form for Fall Quarter 2021.

If you plan to defer your first enrollment to a future quarter, you must request a deferral with the International Admissions Office.

- North Seattle College: Students can submit a deferral request via the SCD Global portal, following the instructions provided here.

- Seattle Central College: Students who applied online can submit a deferral request via the online admission application portal, by clicking on the corresponding link at the bottom of the student's dashboard. Requests can also be completed via email, by completing the required Deferral Request form.

- South Seattle College: Requests can be completed via email, by contacting the International Admissions office at IPAdmissions@seattlecolleges.edu.


Orientation and Placement Testing

Orientation and immigration check-in are required of all students before their first quarter of enrollment. To sign up for orientation, please visit https://tinyurl.com/SCIPOrientation.

Orientation and placement testing activities will take place on the following dates:

Summer 2021 - June 21 through June 25
Fall 2021 - September 20 through September 24

Students without direct college placement must take a placement test before registering for classes. They will be able to register for classes once their test results are available.


Pre-Registration

Students who qualify for direct placement in college-level classes are eligible to register for Summer and Fall Quarter classes beginning May 24, 2021. These students are encouraged to pre-register following the instructions below:

North Seattle College - Contact IntlNorth@seattlecolleges.edu for assistance.
Seattle Central College - Use the pre-registration information included in your acceptance materials.
South Seattle College - Contact SCIEAdvising@seattlecolleges.edu for assistance.

Also, students can take the college Math placement test online. Visit the testing webpage for your campus:

North Seattle College - https://northseattle.edu/placement-tests
Seattle Central College - https://seattlecentral.edu/programs/college-transfer/college-transfer-programs/stem/math-placement-tests
South Seattle College - https://southseattle.edu/student-assessment-services/math-placement-testing



If you need to contact our International Programs offices, please email:

North Seattle College - IntlNorth@seattlecolleges.edu
Seattle Central College - IntlCentral@seattlecolleges.edu
South Seattle College - IntlSouth@seattlecolleges.edu

 

ONLINE INSTRUCTION and TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

Online classes can be taught in two different ways:

- At the same time every day (called "synchronous" class, listed in the schedule as "virtual")
- At no specific time: students can do the work at any time (called "asynchronous" class)

Each instructor will decide how the class will be offered. Some will choose one way or the other, and some may teach the class in both ways. Students can try to contact the class instructor to find out if a class will be taught synchronously or asynchronously. In general, at least part of the classes in the Intensive English Programs at each campus will be taught synchronously.

To prepare for both placement testing and online classes, students must have the following technology:

- Computer (desktop or laptop)
- Reliable internet access
- Web camera
- Speakers and microphone

In addition, students may want to have access to a printer, as students may be asked to print some class materials.

NOTE: Students should not plan to rely on a smart phone alone to participate in classes.

Many teachers will use Canvas, an online learning system, and ask students to join the class through video-conferencing (Zoom/Skype/Google Meet/Microsoft Teams). Instructors will provide detailed expectations for their class and directions on how to set up / use these online systems.

 

CURRENT STUDENTS
Spring 2021 Classes

Seattle Colleges will currently offering classes for Spring quarter 2021 online, except for programs that must meet face-to-face to satisfy regulatory or accreditation requirements. Please see "Programs Still Offered On-Site / In-Person" below for details.

As noted above, continuing students who have been enrolled since March 2020 and have maintained status can continue to enroll in online classes.

Continuing students who are outside the United States, have maintained full-enrollment, and have an active SEVIS record, can travel back to the United States for Summer Quarter. They are encouraged to register for classes before travelling, bring a printed copy of their class schedule with them, and take precautions noted in the Travel section below. Students who have not maintained an active SEVIS record should not plan to return to the United States. They are encouraged to contact their advisor with any questions.

As classes will be offered using alternative methods, our colleges will be providing a wide-range of online support services: e-tutoring, teleconferencing software, and online library services, among many others.


Health Insurance

Coverage

Health insurance is mandatory for F-1 students studying at Seattle Colleges and will automatically be added to your account when you register.

Students who are studying outside the United States may request to have the insurance charges waived. To request a waiver, students must attest that they will be outside the United States for the entire quarter, that they understand they will not have insurance coverage until the first day of the next quarter, and that they will not be covered for pre-existing conditions until 90 days after they resume coverage. Students interested in the waiver should contact the IP Office:

- North Seattle College: IntlNorth@SeattleColleges.edu
- Seattle Central College: IntlCentral@SeattleColleges.edu
- South Seattle College: IntlSouth@SeattleColleges.edu

Staying Healthy

If you are sick, the most important thing you can do is take care of yourself in partnership with your doctor. As an international student, you have access to health insurance through the Lewer agency. Treatment of the coronavirus is covered under your healthcare plan, similar to other illnesses.

You have access to 24/7 medical advice by calling MyNurse (1-866-549-5076) to speak with a consulting nurse, or Teladoc (1-800-835-2362) to speak with a licensed doctor. For accelerated customer service, you can also use the Teladoc mobile App (IOS or Android) or website to request a visit, or to review information that will help you evaluate personal risk of COVID-19 and related complications.

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, we recommend that you use the services listed above first, rather than go directly to a doctor's office. Also, make sure to set up your account on the website or mobile app, and provide your medical history. This will help accelerate your request(s) and allow doctors to prepare for your call/visit. If you do go to the doctor, you will need your health insurance card.

You also have access to Morneau Shepell (mySSP), an international counseling organization, offering culturally relevant mental health support to international students. MySSP is available 27/7 to support students, and can provide the following:

a. Advisors who speak the member's language and understand cultural needs.
b. Complete confidentiality, and availability for as many appointments as needed.
c. Accessible support via mobile interface, web chat and over the phone.

Students can download the mobile app, "MySSP", or call 1-866-743-7732. To initiate a mobile chat, students should visit https://us.myissp.com/Home/UniversitySearch, select their school and country of origin, then begin the chat.

Free Covid-19 Testing Sites

There are a few locations in King County that offer free COVID-19 testing, even if you have no insurance. You can find a location via the King County website: https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/testing.aspx.


Additional Student Resources

In addition to online support services, Seattle Colleges has information on additional resources for international students impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. For more details, review our dedicated PDF.

 

TRAVEL

Students planning to travel should proceed very carefully. In response to the spread of coronavirus, many countries have implemented travel restrictions or bans, and/or quarantine orders.

Effective January 26, 2021, all air passengers two years of age or older arriving to the United States must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test or proof of receovery from Covid-19 before boarding. More information about the testing requirement is on the CDC website. You can refer to the CDC website for other restrictions on entry to the United States, and for guidance on how to travel safely during the pandemic.

Effective February 01, 2021, all travelers on transportation traveling into or within the United States must wear masks. More information about the mask wearing requirement is on the CDC website.

Students should check with their airline to see if they will be able to complete all portions of their itinerary, particularly if transit through another country is required before coming to the United States. Some countries have imposed restrictions related to Covid-19. The International Air Transport Association has a website providing travel restrictions by country.

If students plan on returning home and then coming back to the United States, we recommend that they check the website for the U.S. embassy in their country regularly, to stay up-to-date with any new developments.

Also, in case they cannot return, or choose to stay in their home country after returning home, students should contact their primary advisor to let him/her know of their situation. In order to maintain their immigration status, students may need to apply for a vacation quarter or leave of absence.

 

APPLICANTS FOR FALL 2021 and FUTURE INTAKES
Processing of Admission Applications

During remote operations, our staff will continue processing applications for admission.


Issuance of Acceptance Materials

Admissions will provide digital copies of acceptance letters and other materials.

At this time, the International Admissions Office will continue to issue I-20 forms for students admitted for Fall Quarter 2021 and future quarters. An I-20 form and F-1 visa are not required to take online classes from outside of the United States. Students enrolling in one of the face-to-face programs below must travel to the United States, and will require an F-1 visa and I-20 form.

When I-20 forms are issued, they will be digital copies. The Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) has made an exception to its normal policy, and has allowed schools to send I-20 forms electronically to their students. I-20 forms are signed using a secure and encrypted digital signature. This I-20 form may be used to apply for a student visa just as you would use a paper form with an original signature.


English Proficiency Test

During the Covid-19 pandemic, ETS and IELTS are temporarily offering at-home editions of their proficiency tests. The tests are identical to ones offered at a test center, but taken on your own computer at home and monitored by a human proctor online. For more details, please visit https://www.ets.org/s/cv/toefl/at-home/ and https://www.ielts.org/en-us/what-is-ielts/ielts-indicator.


Deferral Instructions

North Seattle College: Students can submit a deferral request via the SCD Global portal, following the instructions provided here.

Seattle Central College: Students who applied online can submit a deferral request via the online admission application portal, by clicking on the corresponding link at the bottom of the student's dashboard. Requests can also be completed via email, by completing the required Deferral Request form.

South Seattle College: Requests can be completed via email, by contacting the International Admissions office at IPAdmissions@seattlecolleges.edu.


If you need to contact our Admissions Office, please email:

North Seattle College - NAdmissions@seattlecolleges.edu
Seattle Central College - SeattleCentral.IntlAdmissions@seattlecolleges.edu
South Seattle College - IPAdmissions@seattlecolleges.edu

 

AGENTS and ADVISORS

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Marketing and Outreach staff has been advised not to travel at this time, per state and health officials' guidelines. As a result, our team has shifted its efforts to online platforms and is actively participating in remote events and webinars. If you have any questions, inquiries, or proposal for us, please email IntlPartners@seattlecolleges.edu.

 

STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

Due to Covid-19, study abroad programs at the Seattle Colleges are currently postponed until further notice. If you have any questions, please email StudyAbroad@seattlecolleges.edu.

 

PROGRAMS STILL OFFERED ON-SITE / IN-PERSON

Summer 2021 classes will be taught online, except for programs that must meet face-to-face to satisfy regulatory or accreditation requirements, as noted below.


North Seattle College

- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
- Electronics
- Medical Assisting
- Pharmacy Technician
- Watch Technology

Please visit North's class schedule for more details.


Seattle Central College

- Boatbuilding and Repair
- Cabinet Making and Architectural Woodworking
- Carpentry
- Culinary Arts
- Dental Assisting
- Dental Hygiene
- Medical Assisting
- Nursing
- Nursing Assistant
- Respiratory Care
- Specialty Desserts and Breads
- Surgical Technology
- Visual Media

Please visit Central's class schedule for more details.


South Seattle College

The following Career Training programs will be offered in a hybrid model, in accordance with public health and social distancing guidelines:

- Automotive Technology
- Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT)
- Culinary Arts
- Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology
- Landscape Horticulture
- Welding Fabrication
- Wine technology

Please visit South's class schedule at for more details.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Enrollment in Classes


Q1: I am a current student with an active SEVIS record. Can I study online for Winter Quarter?

A1: As a current student with an active SEVIS record, you may enroll in all online classes while you are inside the United States.

- I am inside the United States: if you are a current student with an active SEVIS record, you can take all online classes and maintain your visa status. You must enroll full time, or be officially approved for a reduced course load by your advisor.

- I am outside of the United States: if you are a current student with an active SEVIS record, you can enroll in online classes and maintain your visa status. You must enroll full time, or be officially approved for a reduced course load by your advisor.

- I am enrolled in one of the programs with face-to-face classes: if you are enrolled in a program listed above which has in-person classes, you must be in the United States to continue studying in this program.


Q2: I am a new international student admitted to Seattle Colleges for Summer 2021. Will I be able to start my studies as planned?

A2: Yes! You may study in Summer Quarter, with the following conditions:

- New international students may take classes 100% online from outside of the United States. You do not need an I-20 form or an F-1 visa to study online from outside the United States.

- International students with an initial I-20 form may not enter the United States to take online classes. If your program with Seattle Colleges is entirely online, and you have already received an I-20 form for Summer 2021, Admissions has deferred your I-20 form to Fall Quarter 2021 and sent you a digital copy. If you have not received an I-20 form for Fall Quarter 2021 yet, you may request an I-20 form for Fall Quarter 2021 by contacting our International Admissions Office. You can still enroll for online classes from home for Summer 2021.

- If you will enroll in one of the programs with in-person classes listed above, you will be able to enter the United States to study, as long as you have an active visa.


Q3: I am a new student for Summer Quarter transferring my SEVIS record from another college. Will I be considered a continuing student, or a new student?

A3: If you are admitted for Summer Quarter with an initial transfer pending I-20 form and you are already in the United States, and having been enrolled in active status since March 9, 2020, you will be able to continue enrollment in online classes for Summer.

If you are admitted for Summer Quarter with an initial transfer pending I-20 form, but are outside of the United States, you should plan to stay outside the United States for Summer. Also, it is important that you contact our International Admissions Office before making any travel plans. Students in this situation may face additional challenges in coming to the United States.


Q4: I am a new student admitted to Seattle Colleges for Fall 2021. Will I be able to start my studies as planned?

A4: Yes! Because Seattle Colleges will offer a mix of in-person, hybrid, and online classes, you will be able to come to Seattle to take classes, or study online classes from home.


Q5: I am a new student but I cannot travel to the United States. I plan to study online. Do I need to do anything with my I-20 form?

A5: If you plan to study online for Summer Quarter, you will not need an I-20 form or an F-1 visa. If you plan to travel to the U.S. for Fall Quarter 2021, or for a future quarter, contact the International Admissions Office to request an I-20 form. Our staff will advise you on what documents you may need to submit.


Q6: Can I enroll concurrently at another college for Summer quarter?

A6: Yes, concurrent enrollment practices remain the same.


Q7: How can I take my classes online in Summer quarter if I do not have access to a computer/internet?

A7: Since classes are online, you must have access to the internet to complete them successfully. Please communicate with your advisor if you are in your home country and have trouble accessing the internet.

If you are staying in the United States, contact the International Programs office at your campus to inquire about options for borrowing technology.


Q8: I am in my final quarter of study and I only need one class to graduate. Can I take it online?

A8: Yes. Please communicate with your advisor about your course selection. Please also remember to request permission for reduced course load for your graduating quarter.


Q9: I am in my final quarter of study, can I complete my degree in my home country by taking all online classes?

A9: Yes, please make sure to communicate your plans with your advisor.


Visas


Q10: If I enroll full time while in the U.S. and my visa expires, do I need to renew my visa?

A10: No, your F-1 visa can expire while you are in the United States. As long as you remain in the United States, you do not need to renew your visa. You are allowed to stay in the United States if you have a valid I-20 form and you maintain your visa status.


Q11: If I am a continuing student and remain outside the United States, do I need to get a new F-1 visa if my current visa is still valid?

A11: No. If your F-1 visa is still valid, you do not need to apply for a new visa regardless of your SEVIS status.


Q12: Are the United States consulates issuing student visas?

A12: This varies by country. Check with the embassy or consulate in your country for the most up-to-date information.


Employment and Practical Training


Q13: If I complete my degree online in my home country, will I still be eligible to apply for OPT?

A13: As long as you are enrolled in full-time classes (or authorized for reduced course load for graduation) and you otherwise meet requirements for Optional Practical Training (OPT), you may apply for OPT. Please follow regular OPT application requirements in communication with your advisor.

Please be advised that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has not changed the regulation requiring students to apply for OPT while inside the United States. When you sign the I-765, you are certifying you are filing the form while you are in the United States. The I-765 form requires a mailing address in the U.S., to which any correspondence and your EAD would be sent.


Q14: I am a new student starting in Summer 2021, and I plan to enroll remotely while outside the United States my first quarter. Will I be eligible for an internship (Curricular Practical Training - CPT) or to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) in Spring 2022?

A14: No, according to the most recent guidance, you will not be eligible for CPT or OPT. To be eligible for practical training, you must be enrolled full time for one academic year (9 months, or 3 quarters). Since you will not enter the country in Summer Quarter, we cannot register you in SEVIS and count Summer Quarter as part of the academic year. This means you will not have studied long enough by Spring 2022 to qualify for CPT or OPT.


Q15: What should I do if I am on OPT and my place of work closes because of COVID-19?

A15: If your place of work closes, communicate with your employer about opportunities to work remotely to maintain your employment. If you are not able to work remotely, consider any volunteer opportunities in your field of study which you could engage in. Remember that volunteering in your field will also count toward full-time employment. Be sure to update any changes in your employment in the OPT portal, or by contacting your advisor. For the duration of the COVID-19 emergency, SEVP considers students who are working in their OPT opportunities fewer than 20 hours a week as engaged in OPT. You will only begin to accrue days of unemployment if you are not working at all.


Q16: Can I work on campus during Summer quarter if my department is open?

A16: Yes. International students can work up to 20 hours per week on campus. Please check-in with your supervisor to learn about other limits for on-campus employment and to inquire about the possibility of continuing part-time on-campus employment during remote operations.


Q17: The college says that part-time employees who are not working can apply for unemployment. How does this apply to me as an international student?

A17: Generally, international students are not eligible to collect unemployment benefits. If you have another visa status in addition to your F-1 status, we recommend you consult with an immigration attorney before collecting benefits.


Q18: If I have completed my program of study or OPT, but travel restrictions prevent me from returning to my home country, can I stay in the United States longer than the sixty-day grace period?

A18: At this time, the grace period benefit has not changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If your program has ended, you will still be required to take action within your 60 day grace period: Apply for OPT, depart the U.S., transfer out, change your education level, or apply for a Change of Status. If your OPT has ended, you will still be required to take action within your 60 day grace period: Depart the U.S., transfer out, change your education level, or apply for a Change of Status. Please connect with your advisor to discuss your specific plans.


Q19: As an F-1 student employee, can I work from another country while the colleges are in remote operations?

A19: No. Our Human Resources Office has advised us that students may not work for the Seattle Colleges from outside of the United States during the college closure.


Travel Questions


Q20: Am I able to travel to the United States at this time?

A20: As noted above, new students with an initial I-20 form will not be able to enter the country to study in online classes until Fall Quarter 2021.

If you are a continuing student, or will be in a program with in-person classes, you may be able to travel to the United States. Since everyone's situation is different, we recommend that you check the Center for Disease Control's website for updated restrictions related to COVID-19 before traveling. Note that there may be restrictions on transiting through a country, and if any of your flights transit through a country on this list, you should check with your airline to see if you will be able to complete all portions of your itinerary.


Q21: I left the U.S. without a valid travel signature on my I-20. What should I do?

A21: Please email your advisor and include information about when you plan to travel, or you can request an I-20 reprint on SCDGlobal. Your advisor can email you a digitally signed copy of your I-20 to your email address that is listed in SEVIS.


Q22: When I arrive in the United States, will I be required to quarantine for 14 days?

A22: Currently, the Washington State Department of Health does not require individuals to quarantine at home unless they test positive for the coronavirus. However, the CDC recommends that any travelers coming from an international location to the United States should self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor their health (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/after-travel-precautions.html).

F-1 students can enter the United States up to 30 days before the start of orientation. Please factor in that you may need to quarantine into your travel plans.

Due to the fluid nature of the situation, this could change. Please check for any restrictions before you travel.


Q23: If I was enrolled in classes for a previous quarter in 2020, but violated my F-1 status and I'm now back in my home country, can I return to the U.S. to study all online classes using a new initial I-20 for re-entry for Summer quarter?

A23: In this case, you would be treated as a brand new initial student. Therefore, we suggest that you do not travel to the U.S. to engage in 100% online study this Summer. You are encouraged to enroll in online classes from your home country. Please contact your advisor if you have questions about regaining status through re-entry.


Finances


Q24: What should I do if I received a $1,200 federal stimulus payment?

A24: In most cases, F-1 international students are not eligible for this type of payment. If you received one, it might be because your 2018 or 2019 taxes were filed incorrectly. If you are in this situation, we recommend that you consult with a tax professional for advice on what you should do. The implications for accepting this money in error could be serious, but there are ways to fix the situation.

Below are four companies that have expertise working with international students:

- UW Vita's free tax preparation services
- https://www.sprintax.com
- https://www.glaciertax.com
- Gary R. Engler & Company


Links and Resources

ICE / SEVP Information:

- Study In The States Coronavirus Pages
- ICE / SEVP Broadcast Message March 9, 2020
- ICE / SEVP Broadcast Message Follow-Up, July 24, 2020
- ICE / SEVP Coronavirus FAQs


Coronavirus Information Pages:

- Seattle Colleges
- North Seattle College
- Seattle Central College
- South Seattle College

 

 

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