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Fall, Spring and Winter Quarter Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Summer Quarter Office Hours: Monday – Thursday, 7:30AM – 5:00PM; Friday, 8:00AM – 12:00PM

Phone and Fax Numbers

Reception Desk, Voice: (425) 564-2498
Fax: (425) 564-4138

Contact information for individual staff members is located on our Meet the Staff page..

Mailing Address

Bellevue College
Disability Resource Center
3000 Landerholm Circle, S.E., Mailstop B132
Bellevue, Washington 98007-6484

Web and E-Mail

Main DRC email address: drc@bellevuecollege.edu
DRC Web address: http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/drc/

Getting to the DRC

Our Office

The Disability Resource Center office is temporarily located in B132.  For information on accessible routes, parking and elevators visit our Campus Access page.

Directions to the Bellevue College Main Campus

FROM SEATTLE

For additional directions and maps visit the Bellevue College Directions page.

Follow I-90 eastbound. Take exit 11A and follow the signs to 156th Ave SE. The ramp will merge you onto S 150th heading North. Proceed through the first stop light (SE Eastgate Way) and get in the left lane. At the second stop light (SE 28th St.) turn left into Bellevue College’s main entrance. Proceed to the traffic circle and make a left (go ¾ of the way around the circle, then exit at the Visitor Parking directional sign). The Visitor Parking lot is the second one on the right ( Lot #4).

FROM ISSAQUAH

Take I-90 westbound to Exit 11. After exiting, follow the signs for 156th Ave SE. At the stop light, turn left onto Eastgate Way. Move into the right lane and turn right at 150th Ave. SE. Get in the left lane and proceed up the hill. At the stop light (SE 28th St.) turn left into Bellevue College’s main entrance. Proceed to the traffic circle and make a left (go ¾ of the way around the circle, then exit at the Visitor Parking directional sign). The Visitor Parking lot is the second one on the right ( Lot #4).


How to Submit Documentation

As a part of the eligibility process, the student is responsible for providing documentation. The DRC makes every effort to maintain confidentiality in the handling of documentation.

You may submit documentation in-person, by hand; by fax; or by mail. Our fax machine is located in a secure area in the DRC to help ensure confidentiality. You should review and share our documentation guidelines with your physician or professional before submitting.