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Events in February 2015

  • February 3, 2015

    11:20 am

    In honor of Black History Month, Kevin Powell will be on our campus delivering two powerful keynotes: Feb. 3: 10:30 - 11:20 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. - N201

    Kevin Powell is one of the most acclaimed political, cultural, literary and hip-hop voices in America today. Kevin is a native of Jersey City, raised by a single mother in extreme poverty, but managed to study at Rutgers University in New Brunswick thanks to New Jersey's Educational Opportunity Fund. Kevin has gone on to be the author of 11 books, including Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, and the Ghost of Dr. King: Blogs and Essays. Among his upcoming books is his memoir of a very difficult childhood and youth, to be released in 2015 by Simon & Schuster. In 2016, he will publish a biography of Tupac Shakur, the late rapper and controversial American icon. Kevin's writings have also appeared in CNN.com, Esquire, Ebony, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, ESPN.com and Vibe Magazine, where he worked for many years as a senior writer, interviewing such diverse public figures as Tupac Shakur and General Colin Powell.

    This is event is open to the entire campus.  Teachers are encouraged to bring classes!

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

    5:00 pm

    This is a special meeting of the Board of Trustees of Community College District VIII.

    4:00 pm

    Location: R311

    Funding for college is available to students who are:

    .             On Unemployment Insurance (UI),  have exhausted UI in last 24 months, or have received a layoff letter

    .             Honorably discharged veteran in last 24 months.

    .             Displaced homemaker, (lack job skills and divorced/widowed) in last 24 months

    .             Receiving federal Food Stamps from DSHS

    .             receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)

    .             limited income and limited college credits

    More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we

     

  • February 4, 2015

    12:30 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 11:00 - 12:30.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

    12:30 pm

    In the coming months the Office of Student Legislative Affairs will be holding public hearings to update students on its work and to take input on what could be improved. The dates are:  Feb. 4, March 4, May 6, June 3.

    2:15 pm

    Location: C165.

    Washington State University Professor Shelley Pressley of the Civil Engineering Department is visiting today and  will give a presentation that includes information on Undergraduate Research opportunities in Summer 2015 that are open to all Engineering students.

    4:45 pm

    For: Prospective and current Bellevue College students with an interest in a healthcare career, but undecided on a specific healthcare training program. Explore the many healthcare associate degree and certificate options at Bellevue College, such as Nursing, Imaging Sciences, Neurodiagnostic Technologist, and the Allied Health Professions. Staff and faculty also welcome!

    When and Where: From 3:30 to 4:45- Building D, Room D240H (follow the signs). Individual Questions answered until 5:00 pm

    Parking is free after 3:00pm in all student parking lots!

    - Learn about the Associate Degree and Certificate Healthcare Programs at Bellevue College

    - Similarities and differences between the Healthcare Programs

    - Success strategies and resources for the Healthcare Programs

    - How to get started

    - Funding your education

    - Already have a degree in the Health Sciences and are looking for advanced certification or a Bachelor degree? Go directly to the Bachelor program department please http://bellevuecollege.edu/programs/degrees/

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  • February 5, 2015

    4:00 pm

    Location: R311

    Funding for college is available to students who are:

    .             On Unemployment Insurance (UI),  have exhausted UI in last 24 months, or have received a layoff letter

    .             Honorably discharged veteran in last 24 months.

    .             Displaced homemaker, (lack job skills and divorced/widowed) in last 24 months

    .             Receiving federal Food Stamps from DSHS

    .             receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)

    .             limited income and limited college credits

     

    More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we

     

     

  • February 6, 2015

    All day

    College Issues Day will be February 6 from 8:30 a.m.-3:45 p.m., and the campus will be closed to the public so that all college employees can fully participate in the day’s activities.

  • February 7, 2015

    9:30 pm

    Bellevue College Music Dept: Big Band Jazz Festival

    Who: Jazz Band directed by Jim Sisko

    What: BC's Jazz Band directed by Jim Sisko will host the 19th annual Big Band Jazz Festival. There will be 32 Washington and Oregon High Schools and Middle Schools competing for top honors. Friday will be an all day event for Middle Schools with the top 3 schools and 8 individual awards to be handed out at the end of the day. High schools and will compete all day on Saturday until 5 pm when the top 3 schools will be selected for the evening concert. The Saturday Evening Concert will start at 7:30pm pm with the top 3 high schools and the followed by our own BC Jazz Band performing Big Band Music. There will be a guest artist, Scott Wendholt, trumpeter, performing a clinic on Friday & Saturday during the lunch hour; as well as, he will be performing with the BC Jazz Band in the evening concert.

    Where: Carlson Theater, Building E 200

    Date/Time: Feb 6th, 2015. All day Middle/Junior High competitions

    Feb 7th, 2015. All day High School competition and an evening concert at 7:30pm

    Price: $10 general admission. Get your tickets purchased now through 1-800-838-3006 or  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1133717

    For more information call Lyneen Patnoe at 425.564.3114 or lyneen.patnoe@bellevuecollege.edu

     

  • February 9, 2015

    11:20 am

    location: R110AB

    Come to our information session to receive detailed information about the NDT AA Degree Program:

    .The application process

    .Prerequisite requirements

    .Advising

    All applicants must attend an Information Session to receive information on the application process, program and sign up for volunteer opportunities in the classroom.  You are encouraged to bring your spouse, parent(s), or friends. We request, however, that you do not bring small children or babies. No reservations are necessary, but applicants are required to be present for the entire meeting. For more information, go to: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ndt

     

  • February 10, 2015

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

    2:00 pm

    Location: C130A

     

    2:20 pm

    This free drop-in seminar is brought to you by Student Programs Leadership Institute.

    4:30 pm

    Join us for nine engaging monthly meetings to improve advising skills for serving our BC students.

    All faculty and staff are welcomed to attend - especially those who are hoping to expand their knowledge of advising students.

    Members and attendees will work with representatives from all departments across campus to break down the “silo effect”.

    We will convene and use our one hour to:

    • seek more knowledge about other departments
    • share advising updates
    • problem solve current issues
    • identify advising resources

    Monthly meetings are conducted on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 4:30 in D240H.

    October 14                          January 13                           April 14

    November 4                       February 10                         May 12

    December 2                       March 17                              June 2

    Contact:

    Gary Lindberg  gary.lindberg@bellevuecollege.edu

    Audrey Fischer  audrey.fischer@bellevuecollege.edu

  • February 11, 2015

    12:30 pm

    Stop by the Advising Table in the D204 for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 11:00 - 12:30.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Table in the Academic Success Center D204.

    3:30 pm

    Could you use more money next year? Interested in scholarships?

    You can learn more about scholarship programs that are perfect for BC students on Wednesday, February 11, from 2:30 to 3:20 in N201.  We'll be serving cookies, snacks, and lots of valuable information. Susan Kingsbury-Comeau will discuss the Bellevue College Foundation Scholarships, 50 to 75 scholarships that are open only to BC students. Megan Nelson and Kim King from the College Success Foundation will discuss the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship.  About 750 of these scholarships will be awarded to students studying health sciences or STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math).

     

    The panelists will share expert advice on how to put together a strong scholarship application.  The scholarship awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 per year.

    Please join us Weds Feb 11 at 2:30 in N201 if you'd like to learn more about how to win these scholarships.  This event is open to all BC students.

     

    Bellevue College Jazz Band at Tula’s

    Who: Bellevue College Jazz Band students directed by Jim Sisko

    What: BC Jazz Band performing at Tula’s Night Club. Enjoy jazz music in a jazz club.

    Where: Tula’s Night Club: 2214-2nd Ave, Seattle, WA  98121 206-443-4221

    Dates: Feb 11, Mar 11, Apr 8, May 13, Jun 10, 2015

  • February 12, 2015

    4:00 pm

    Location: R312

    Funding for college is available to students who are:

    .             On Unemployment Insurance (UI),  have exhausted UI in last 24 months, or have received a layoff letter

    .             Honorably discharged veteran in last 24 months.

    .             Displaced homemaker, (lack job skills and divorced/widowed) in last 24 months

    .             Receiving federal Food Stamps from DSHS

    .             receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)

    .             limited income and limited college credits

    More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we

     

  • February 17, 2015

    1:00 pm

    University representatives from over 40 colleges/programs will be here to talk to students interested in transfer to a Bachelor degree program. This is a great opportunity to talk one-on-one with admissions staff about your transfer questions! In-State Schools include: Antioch University Seattle, Bastyr University, Central Washington University, Central Washington University FLEXIT Program, City University of Seattle, Cornish College of the Arts, Eastern Washington University- Bellevue Campus, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University-Seattle, The Evergreen State College, Green River College, BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Northwest University, North Seattle College, Pacific Lutheran University, Saint Martin's University, Sanford-Brown College, Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, South Seattle College, University of Washington, Seattle University of Washington School of Social Work, University of Washington Tacoma, University of Washington- Bothell Campus, University of Washington- Bothell School of Business, Washington State University, Washington State University- Vancouver Campus, Washington State University at Everett Center, Western Washington University, Western Washington University- Teacher Education Outreach Programs. Out of State Schools FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising), University of Idaho, Hawaii Pacific University, Oregon State University, Portland State University, Oregon Tech, University of Alabama, Johnson & Wales University Online, Brandman University, Grand Canyon University, Western Governors University, Washington State University -Global Campus.

    1:00 pm

    Stop by the Advising Corner in the cafeteria for quick, easy access to an academic advisor.

    We'll help answer your academic questions on most Tuesdays, 11:00 - 1:00.

    Learn more about:

    • Degree options
    • Degree completion requirements
    • Graduation Deadlines
    • English and Math Assessment

    Look for the Advising Corner in the Cafeteria outside the door to C120.

     

    BC Advising Corner - Cafeteria

  • February 18, 2015

    5:00 pm

    This is a special meeting of the Board of Trustees of Community College District VIII.

  • February 19, 2015

    2:30 pm

    Please join us as we celebrate National TRiO Day and recognize the academic accomplishments of TRiO students.

    4:00 pm

    Location R311

    Funding for college is available to students who are:

    .             On Unemployment Insurance (UI),  have exhausted UI in last 24 months, or have received a layoff letter

    .             Honorably discharged veteran in last 24 months.

    .             Displaced homemaker, (lack job skills and divorced/widowed) in last 24 months

    .             Receiving federal Food Stamps from DSHS

    .             receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)

    .             limited income and limited college credits

     

    More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we

     

     

  • February 20, 2015

    3:00 pm

    Location: A133                                     Time: 8:00am - 3:00pm

    The BC Financial Aid Office will host free tax assistance and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) workshops on campus over the next few months. If you earned less than $60,000 in 2014 and plan to file a 1040A or 1040EZ, United Way tax volunteers can help you file your taxes for FREE! Afterwards, BC Financial Aid advisors can help you complete your FAFSA online and explain other items needed for receiving financial aid at BC.
    Bring your necessary tax documents and come see us on one of the following dates:

    Dates of    Tax/FAFSA Workshop

    Times and Room    Location

    January   30, 2015 8:00   - 3:00, Room N209
    February   20, 2015 8:00   - 3:00, Room N209
    March   6, 2015 8:00   - 3:00, Room N209

     

  • February 24, 2015

    The Nursing Students Association is sponsoring a Bake Sale! Cupcakes, vegan desserts, chocolates, and more!

    Visit the Cafeteria and make a donation for someone with a Sweet Tooth.

  • February 25, 2015

    2:00 pm

    Join us in the Cafeteria from 10 - 2 today as Student Programs presents the Winter Club Fair/Caucus!

    Learn how you can join a club and get involved! Meet representatives from different clubs and programs at Bellevue College, and found out about the upcoming ASG elections and how you could become a respresentative for the student body.

    Stop by and chat with us at the information tables or come on into the Club Caucus in C120 at 11:30!

    For more information, contact Maria Jimenez, asgcle@bellevuecollege.edu

  • February 26, 2015

    1:00 pm

    The Black Student Union is sponsoring a fashion show today based on "periods and eras!" Join us in the Cafeteria from 11 am - 1 pm.

    Musical entertainment includes a live performance by the singer Paris Williams!

    4:00 pm

    R311

    Funding for college is available to students who are:

    .             On Unemployment Insurance (UI),  have exhausted UI in last 24 months, or have received a layoff letter

    .             Honorably discharged veteran in last 24 months.

    .             Displaced homemaker, (lack job skills and divorced/widowed) in last 24 months

    .             Receiving federal Food Stamps from DSHS

    .             receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)

    .             limited income and limited college credits

     

    More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we

     

     

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