Bellevue College Faculty Recognized by Stanford University

Dr. Jill Wakefield and Dr. Tim Jones

Political Science and International Studies Chair Dr. Tim Jones was recently recognized by Stanford University for exceptional teaching. The certificate seeks to recognize the dedication of educators and mentors who have contributed to the future of their students, Stanford University, and their community. Jones was nominated by Bellevue College transfer student Vanessa Ross. In her …more about Bellevue College Faculty Recognized by Stanford University

Breaking young men of color Out Of the Margin

Participants in the 2016 BOOM conference

Bellevue College is partnering 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 on Tuesday, December 13. The conference will cover topics including racial identity, privilege, leadership, and how to Break Out Of the Margin. The BOOM Experience is a program …more about Breaking young men of color Out Of the Margin

Host BC Men Win Bellevue Bulldog Classic

Jordan Muir-Keung

The Bellevue College men’s basketball team proved to be ungracious hosts, notching three consecutive victories to win the Bellevue Bulldog Classic over the weekend at the Courter Family Athletic Pavilion.

BC Women Topple Top-Ranked Lane En Route To Pierce Tourney Title

Brenda Akoto

Led by tournament MVP Brenda Akoto, the BC women’s basketball team posted three consecutive victories over the weekend to win the Pierce Tournament at Lakewood, Wash., including a 57-44 upset of top-ranked and previously unbeaten Lane in the semifinals.

BC’s Lawrence Named North Region Coach of the Year

Jocelyn Lawrence

Bellevue College volleyball coach Jocelyn Lawrence has been named NWAC North Region Coach of the Year and Bulldogs players Audrey Saelens and Kendle Valade-Nunez earned first team all-region honors. Sophomore Shea O’Brien and freshman Averi Dyer were named to the North Region second team.

BS in Computer Science Application Deadline Extended

The Winter Quarter application deadline for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree at Bellevue College has been extended to Monday Nov. 21. Students interested in applying should visit: It’s the first time students will be able to earn this degree at a community/technical college in Washington state; until now, the degree has …more about BS in Computer Science Application Deadline Extended

Bellevue College ranks high and wins awards

  Recently Bellevue College has earned high rankings and awards, both locally and nationally, for its service to students and innovative academic programs. They include: 2017 Gives High Grades for BC Online Programs and Coding Boot Camp Partnership   In January 2017, ranked Bellevue College as one of the ‘Top Ten Best Colleges in Washington‘ …more about Bellevue College ranks high and wins awards

BC alumnus’ tiny home vision earns him award

A Bellevue College graduate’s first professional housing design and construction may have been small in size, but was a big success. The Bellevue Reporter details Brandon Reim’s accomplishment.

Autistics Present at Bellevue College

Photo of the Bellevue College campus

On October 22, over 175 students, job seekers, family members, educators, and other professionals attended a unique conference, Autistics Present: A Symposium on Autistic Culture, Identity, and Transition at Bellevue College (BC). Every presenter was autistic, allowing them to bring their in-depth experiential and professional knowledge to a broad range of topics, including the creation of …more about Autistics Present at Bellevue College