Veterans Services

As a veteran, member of active duty military personnel or dependent, you may qualify for a variety of resources to help you pay for your education as well as other services that may help you to achieve your educational goals. Benefits include:

  • 50 percent off tuition waiver for qualified military personnel and veterans
  • Early registration for veterans each quarter
  • Easily transferable credits
  • Courses taught on campus, online and through distance learning programs
  • College Transfer program and Professional/Technical programs
  • Active and diverse campus dedicated to student success

Veterans Affairs Program Coordinator

The Veterans Affairs Program Coordinator will be your link between the college and the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) by assisting you in applying for educational funding, offering guidance on Veterans Affairs policies and certifying your enrollment to the DVA. The Program Coordinator serves as the Certifying Official and Veterans Representative.

Financial Aid Office/Veterans
Tony Diaz
Room BE1104

Student Veteran's Support Center

Seattle Central's Student Veterans Support Program assists veteran students, their dependents and partners with the tools and resources to successfully navigate the transition from military to college life.

VetCorp Navigator's BE 3204
Student Lounge BE 3210 C

VetCorp Navigator

The Washington Department of Veterans Affairs VetCorps Navigator on campus connects you with all of your resources and benefits. In addition to VA education benefits, the VetCorps Navigator helps with housing referrals, educational programs and scholarships, job search assistance, resume prep and providing access to other campus and community resources. Note: Navigator available only during the academic school year.

VetCorp Navigator Office
Will Schwab
Room BE 3204

Seattle Veterans Affairs Vet Center at Seattle Central

A counselor from the Seattle Vet Center is available to meet with students who have served in the military, been stationed in a combat zone or experienced sexual trauma/coercion while in the military. Veterans, active duty personnel or anyone serving in the National Guard or Reserves may meet with the counselor.

During school year, visit the Veteran Students Center 1–4 p.m. on 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.
Arthur Satterfield
Room BE 3204

Additional Student Support Services

Beyond helping with accessing educational funding, we offer additional support services to help you achieve your goals:

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