We are committed to providing access to all who visit, work, and study on campus. This page provides you with a general overview of accessibility of our resources.

Disability Resource Center

Academic accommodations are coordinated through the Disability Resource Center (formerly Disability Support Services). The following links provide quick access to specific areas of support provided by the college. New students or those who have never before contacted the DRC for services should review information on getting started at the DRC.

Request Accommodation

Students with disabilities have the right to appropriate accommodation in their classrooms and throughout the physical and digital campus environments. There is a formal process for students to initiate services and request accommodations. Please visit the DRC website or contact the DRC for more information.

If accommodations are needed for a campus program or special event, please contact the event coordinator or sponsor in advance to set up this accommodation.

Campus Access

View a map identifying physical access on campus.

Website Access

All Bellevue college web contributors are required to develop websites that are accessible. The college has adopted policies that are consistent with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as amended by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (see policy 5110). In websites we develop we strive to meet the standards set forth by Word Wide Web Consortium (W3C)’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0, AA standard. If you encounter areas of our website that are not accessible, please let us know as soon as possible by using the Website Feedback form, or via an ITS Service Desk Request.

Accessible Technology & Computing Lab Access

The Disability Resource Center collaborates with Computing Services to provide accessible and assistive technologies for students with disabilities. Adaptive technology can be made available in campus classrooms or computing labs to meet individual needs. Common assistive technologies are already available in the Open Lab (N250) and some other labs throughout campus. Computers and equipment are configured in the Disability Resource Center (B132) to provide users access and training for specific software and hardware. Please view DRC Technology for more information.

Library Access

The Library Media Center provides personal assistance, closed-captioning devices, large-print materials and accessible workstations for individuals requiring assistive technology or alternative formats.

American Sign Language Interpreters

If a student requires a sign language interpreter in the classroom, they use this form to request an ASL interpreter. If a sign language interpreter is needed for a campus program or special event, please contact the event coordinator or sponsor to request this accommodation. The college’s TTY or TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) number is (425) 564-4110.

Contacting Campus Offices

A TTY line to the college campus is available in the Disability Resource Center office.

If you would like to contact other offices on campus directly, you can also take advantage of the Washington Relay Service—this is a free service if you are calling the campus within the local calling area.