International students enrolling at North Seattle college have several housing options.
There are a number of hotels and inns near the school if you need temporary housing while you make permanent arrangements.
There are numerous apartments within walking distance to North Seattle College. Please contact their leasing office if you are interested in renting one of the units.
If you would like to live with an American family, choosing a homestay is the perfect solution. Please contact the organizations directly for an application or more information about their services.
Students under the age of 18 will need an adult to co-sign in order to rent an apartment or house in Washington state. If you are under the age of 18, you can stay with family/friends that can act as guardians in the Seattle area or they can arrange for accommodations in a homestay with one of our partner agencies. All agencies require that parents sign forms related to the provision of health care and behavior agreements for minor students. Students under 18 should read the requirements discussed in the IP High School Completion Plus program.
If you need assistance finding housing, renting an apartment on your own or finding a roommate, please contact the Housing Coordinator. Please make arrangements at least 6 to 8 weeks in advance.
Email IP Housing Coordinator
All information regarding off-campus housing should be assessed carefully before making any legal commitments. Any reference made from the North Seattle College’s off-campus housing Web site does not constitute any type of legal obligation or endorsement by the College, including faculty, staff and students. All off-campus housing information posted or shared from the College is done so for informational purposes only and the College takes no responsibility for any legal contracts or agreements made. All issues resulting or pertaining within student housing are the sole responsibility of the tenant(s) and the landlord.
North Seattle College does not own or manage any housing on or off campus. The College does not evaluate nor imply the suitability or safety related to any off-campus housing property, landlord, management, realtor, or any other individual or organization associated with off-campus housing. The College does not sponsor, endorse, approve, or certify any off-campus housing and any off-campus housing that markets as such is not authorized to do so, by law. The College also does not authorize verbiage that states or implies that the College is associated with any housing.