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  • BC Exceptional Magazine Sp14
    When you think of Bellevue College, what comes to mind?  Most alums are reminded of our qualities of innovation, diversity and educational excellence.  In this first issue, we celebrate the first year of our president’s tenure, our history, our unique Occupational Life Skills (OLS) associate degree, our Veteran students, our Running Start students, the accomplishments ...

  • Working professionals and those looking to develop an enhanced skillset in today’s ever-changing job marketplace have a new tool at the ready: an updated and improved offering of technical writing courses and a technical writing certificate available through Bellevue College Continuing Education. At the start of summer quarter, July 1, 2014, interested community members will find ...

  • The Coca Cola Scholars Foundation has named two Bellevue College students as 2014 Coca Cola Community College Academic Scholars.  Jessica Zistatsis, of Issaquah and Michael Stewart, of Seattle, formerly of Sammamish, will be recognized at the Phi Theta Kappa International Convention on April 24-26 in Orlando, FL. The Coca-Cola Community College Academic Scholars recognizes high achieving ...

  • Community can learn about condition that affects hundreds of thousands in U.S. Bellevue College will hold the third-annual Autism Acceptance Video Game Tournament, April 26, to raise acceptance for autistic individuals and funds for its innovative Autism Spectrum Navigators program, which helps autistic students access college life, including academics, student services and more. Admission is free and ...

  • April event will raise funds for student scholarships and programs  Chef and restaurateur John Howie and State Representative Cyrus Habib will be the featured speakers at the Bellevue College Foundation’s 15th Annual “Become Exceptional” Luncheon April, 30 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Howie is known for bringing unique, specialty foods to the Pacific Northwest at his ...

  • April 21-26 event will focus on how to “Create an Eco-topia” Bellevue College will hold its 15th annual Earth Week celebration April 21 – 26, exploring the theme “Create an Eco-topia,” with a series of lectures and special events to promote environmental awareness and the sustainable use of our planet’s resources. “The theme celebrates our place on ...