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Location: D204
Contact Information: (425) 564-2468. (425) 564-2200

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The Academic Success Center assists students in successfully completing their college courses. Students and professionals are hired to provide small group, drop-in and individual tutoring sessions. Tutoring is available in most subjects. Please visit the websites listed below for detailed information on the particular services provided by each of the labs housed in the Academic Success Center.
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information:  (425) 564-2212

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The Advising Center offers information regarding degrees and certificates offered at BCC, materials on community and 4 year colleges in the State of Washington, information regarding transfer events, appointments with representatives from 4 year colleges/universities, and drop-in advising with Curriculum Advisors. Check out the Educational Planning and Advising Center website at www.bcc.ctc.edu/advising.
The Tech Prep program is geared toward students who take certain professional-technical classes while enrolled in participating high schools. Contact the Tech Prep Coordinator at (425) 564-6159.
Career Education Options (CEO) is a program for students 16-20 years old without a high school diploma (GED) who wish to gain job skills and education. CEO applicants are currently not enrolled in school. The program will provide tuition, fees and books; career exploration; education and technical training in an occupational/professional-technical program at BCC. Contact the CEO Coordinator at (425) 564-5386.
Contact Information: (425) 564-2243

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Assessment is a crucial step for all credit students. You are required to take an English and Math assessment. The Assessment Office offers walk-in assessment sessions, as well as GED testing to students without a high school diploma.
Location: G100
Contact Information: (425) 564-2406

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BCC currently offers 10 intercollegiate sports programs, and is one of the most extensive athletic departments in our conference (Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges). Involvement in these programs not only encourages physical activity in a competitive environment, but also gives you practical experience for developing values such as teamwork, responsibility, goal-setting, respect, and commitment. BCC has established a successful tradition in intercollegiate athletics over the years, which is not only highlighted by many conference titles, but also by the long list of individuals who have used the BCC athletic experience as a step on the way to further educational and professional opportunities.
Location: Second Floor of the Student Services Building (B231)

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Students who stop by the Transfer Center will find applications, catalogs and view books for in-state and participating out-of-state schools. News releases from the various schools are posted, as well as information important to transfer students such as foreign language requirements, application deadlines, etc.
Contact Information: (425) 564-2222.

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Get your student records through BCC’s Web site system. Access the Web at www.bcc.ctc.edu.With these multi-faceted systems you can register for college classes, find out your grades, inquire about the status of your financial aid application and pay your tuition. You will also be able to purchase your books through the web. Hours are 6am-10pm, Monday - Friday; 6am Saturday-Noon Sunday.
Location: 1st Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2285

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The BCC Bookstore offers students the opportunity to purchase new and used required textbooks, and art and school supplies. The Bookstore also carries greeting cards, candy, sundries, and U.S. postage stamps.
Location: C 105, Student Union Building
Contact Information: (425)564-2297

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The Business Center (C105) provides a centralized place for campus event info, online book sale pick up, student ID's movie tickets, computer kiosks, and mini book store for school supplies. Get all your questions answered and access a multitude of information at The Center.
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2018

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BCC’s one-stop Career Center provides career planning and job search assistance to students and members of the community. The Center provides one-on-one career advising, career and job search classes and workshops, job search assistance, work-study and internship opportunities, and computerized career and job search resources.
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2212

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The Counseling Center faculty teaches human development (HD) courses and provides information and referrals. Faculty counselors provide personal, educational and career counseling.
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2498 or TTY (425) 564-4110

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The Disability Resource Center (DRC) at Bellevue Community College provides accommodation services for students and staff with documented disabilities. The DRC will work one-on-one with you to coordinate the best possible assistance in meeting your academic and professional goals.
Location: Building Q
Contact Information: (425)564-2240 e-mail: ljensen@bcc.ctc.edu or pthomas@bcc.ctc.edu

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BCC's Early Learning, Family and Childcare Center (ELFCC) offers childcare in a nurturing environment that encourages discovery, learning and development for children and their families.
The program is designed for children ranging in ages three months to 6 years and includes family participation. Operating Hours: Monday - Friday, 6:45 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Location:  B232
Contact Information: (425) 564-2437

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Advisors, counselors and resources are available for students who wish to transfer to a four-year university, pursue a career or are undecided about their major.
Location: 1st Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2227

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The Financial Aid office provides funding for qualified college students, such as grants, loans, work-study and veteran benefits. Applications are available in the Financial Aid office, or on the BCC web site.
Location: B233
Contact Information: (425) 564-3185

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International Student Programs provides primary support for international students who wish to enroll in credit classes, non-credit community ESL classes, the Intensive English Language Program and the International Business Professions Program. Services include international admissions, housing, academic advising, international student activities, marketing, and recruiting. A student organization coordinated through ISP is the International Student Association. Call ISP for meeting dates, times and locations.
Location: D124
Contact Information: (425) 564-2252

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The Library Media Center offers books, magazines, videotapes and other media for check out to currently registered students. There is Internet access to magazine and newspaper articles from campus computers or from home. Study rooms, TVs, VCRs, and other media services are available for student use.
Location: 2nd floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2208

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Multi-Cultural Student services are open to all students. MCS assists the college in providing culturally sensitive services to students of color, immigrant, and GLBT students attending BCC. Services include assistance with admission, registration, academic and transfer advising, personal and career counseling, Early Academic Intervention, and advocacy. MCS also promotes campus and community cultural events.
Location: K100
Contact Information: (425) 564-2400

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Parking permits are required for all persons parking on campus. Parking permits may be picked up from the Cashier’s Office, 1st floor, SSB, and the Security Office (K100). BCC’s security department is responsible for maintaining the safety, security, and property of the college community, as well as the enforcement of college regulations.
Location: 1st Floor, Student Services Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-2222

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Students may register for credit classes here. Students are encouraged to confirm their schedule to make sure they are in the correct classes. Schedules are available online, kiosks, or at the Student Services Center.
Location: C 106, Student Union Building

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The BCC Student Handbook includes information on BCC departments, programs & services. The handbook is free and available at the Campus Information Center (C106) and the Student Services Building.
Location: 1st Floor, Student Services Building & 1st Floor Information Center, C106, SUB
Students gain on-line access to information through student kiosks, such as printing a class schedule or an unofficial transcript. Students can also change their PIN, inquire about their registration time and financial aid status, check open and closed classes, and read course descriptions. These services are also available on-line at www.bcc.ctc.edu/wts. Additional services at this location include: on line application to BCC, web registration, and address update information. The kiosks are operational during normal business hours.
Location: C 212, Student Union Building
Contact Information: (425) 564-6150

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Student Programs works jointly with BCC programs, departments and faculty to provide cultural and educational events such as lectures, films and entertainment. This department supports campus programs and services, which help students succeed. Student Programs houses ASG (student government) and the Campus Activities Board and coordinates the Campus Information Center.
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services Building, B231
Contact Information: (425) 564-2279

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BCC’s Women’s Center/Student Access Center provides a variety of services for students and members of the community, both men and women. The Center provides one-on-one coaching assistance, resource information and referral, scholarship information and group advising, and career transition and life planning classes and workshops.



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