In Brief

Welcome Winter Fair a Big Hit with BC Students

Even freezing temperatures couldn’t keep students away from the Welcome Winter Fair held in the Student Union building. The event was geared to connect students to the departments, programs, clubs and resources on campus, with some fun courtesy of game stations, hot chili and corn bread, plus the chance to win raffle prizes.

Bellevue College & Coding Dojo Make Headlines

A partnership between Bellevue College Continuing Education and Coding Dojo has been featured in The Seattle Times and King 5 News  as a result of The White House naming the city of Bellevue a TechHire community. The TechHire initiative aims to create pathways for more Americans to access well-paying tech jobs and expanding local tech sectors.

BOOM Conference

Bellevue College partnered with the Bellevue School District to host the BOOM (Break Out Of the Margin) Experience, an all-day conference designed to support Black, Latino and Native American male students in grades 7-12, engaging them in discussion around race, culture, leadership and self-empowerment.

Volunteer Fair

Fifteen organizations dropped in to Bellevue College on Nov. 22 for the Volunteer Fair, where students got a chance to learn more and sign up with community organizations that are doing some good in the world.

WA State Supreme Court Visit

During the WA State Supreme Court visit to Bellevue College, over 900 people came to hear oral arguments in the Arlene’s Flowers case, and exercise their first amendment rights in the courtyard outside the Carlson Theater which was turned into a courtroom for the day.


In Depth

TEDx Bellevue College Explores Perception

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How do you know what you think you know? How does perception shape what you think you’re capable of, how you should interact with others, even how to change the world? On Tuesday, February 7, thirteen innovative speakers will arrive on the Bellevue College campus for its first TEDx event at the Carlson Theater, with ...

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New Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Marketing Offered

A laptop that reads Digital Marketing

Bellevue College has been approved to offer a bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree in Digital Marketing by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). It will be the 12th baccalaureate degree offered at the college, following the recent approval to offer a bachelor of science in computer science degree that was announced last ...

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New Augmented & Virtual Reality Continuing Ed Courses

Student wearing VR glasses

Have you heard of the term AR/VR? How about Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality? This new technology is now poised to make one of the biggest impacts, not only our daily life, but with how we will interact and learn in the near future. Learn more about the new 5-week course for developers being offered through ...

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Bellevue College and LifeWire educate students and faculty on domestic abuse

Bellevue College Campus

Students and faculty at Bellevue College are pondering questions about domestic abuse through a growing partnership with local domestic violence organization LifeWire.

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Bellevue picked for federal program that helps low-income residents get high-tech jobs

Coding Dojo open house

A new federal designation for Bellevue will bring financial aid to students who want to learn coding skills at Bellevue College.

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