About Seattle Campus
Everest College - Seattle is situated at 2111 North Northgate Way, Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98133 just west of the North Northgate Way intersection with the I-5 freeway north of downtown Seattle.
The site has ample off-street parking and is also accessible by bus via both North Northgate Way (east-west) and Meridian Avenue North (north-south). Consult your local Transit Authority or a campus representative for detailed route and schedule information.
For students with small children, there are several daycare centers within a mile of the campus. These include facilities at the Northgate Baptist Church, Parent Cooperative Preschool, Kinder Care Learning Center and Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Looking for something to eat around campus? You'll find a number of restaurants within easy walking distance, including Arby's, Saffron Grill, McDonald's, Grill X-Press and Pickle Barrel Sandwich Shop. The Everest campus is also just a quarter mile from the Northgate Mall, which has a 10-bay food court, as well as more than a dozen other restaurants inside and surrounding the shopping center.
Need to do some household shopping while in the area? Within a mile of the campus, you'll find QFC Quality Food Centers, Joyce Produce, North Park Grocery, HT Oakstreet Market and Target.
If you want to catch a movie after class, there's a six-screen AMC Loews Theater about a mile to the southwest, with a 16-Screen/IMAX Regal Theater complex and the Northgate Theater on either side of the nearby Northgate Mall.
More About Seattle
Founded in the mid-19th century, Seattle is today a world-class center for technology, international commerce, finance, aviation and, of course, coffee. With a metro-area population of 3.3 million, it is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest.
Despite its far north location, Seattle is blessed with a climate that is one of the mildest in the U.S. In the summer, highs average in the high 70s while winter highs tend to hover in the mid-40s with the mercury only occasionally dropping below freezing. Although Seattle has a national reputation for rain, it actually gets less precipitation than many other major cities, including New York City, Atlanta and Houston. It does, however, suffer from frequent cloudiness and drizzle, the skies are dark and gloomy virtually half the year.
Although once a town heavily dependent on the lumber industry, Seattle is today a hub of cutting edge technology. The city and its suburbs play host to many leading high-tech companies, including Microsoft, Amazon.com, T-Mobile USA and RealNetworks. Although Boeing recently moved its corporate headquarters to Chicago, Ill., the company is still a huge presence in the area with major manufacturing facilities dotted all over the metropolitan area. Seattle is also home to such financial giants as Washington Mutual (now Chase) and Safeco, as well as the Nordstrom retail chain.
Seattle is a major cultural center, as well as the home to "grunge" rock. The century-old Seattle Symphony Orchestra is among the world's most recorded, while the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet also enjoy international reputations. Seattle's mild climate allows for yearround outdoor recreation, including walking, cycling, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, rock climbing, motor boating, sailing, team sports and swimming. The city has many beautiful parts to enjoy, and the Cascade Mountains with its kayaking, rafting, skiing and hiking attractions is just an hour away by car.
Seattle is a world-class city still on the rise. If this is where you call home, why not make the most of what your city has to offer?
Programs at the Seattle Campus
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