Mona Lake Jones to speak at Bellevue College commencement

Dr. Mona Lake Jones

Poet Laureate to speak on making a difference. Author, educator and community activist, Dr. Mona Lake Jones will address graduates as the keynote speaker for Bellevue College’s 49th annual commencement ceremony on Friday, June 17, in Seattle’s Key Arena. Jones, who has served as Poet Curator and Poet Laureate for the City of Seattle and …more about Mona Lake Jones to speak at Bellevue College commencement


From bingo to books to Bezango – there’s a lot going on at BC

Winners received a wide range of prizes

From hosting a nationally broadcast news program, to pitching in to beautify a neighborhood park; from book releases, movie screenings and flamboyant bingo to exposing young students to the wonders of science; all couched in employee appreciation – there was a lot going on this spring at Bellevue College, all within about a five-week period.


From bingo to books to Bezango – there’s a lot going on at BC

From hosting a nationally broadcast news program, to pitching in to beautify a neighborhood park; from book releases, movie screenings and flamboyant bingo to exposing young students to the wonders of science; all couched in employee appreciation – there was a lot going on this spring at Bellevue College, all within about a five-week period. …more about From bingo to books to Bezango – there’s a lot going on at BC


Everett ends BC’s season with 8-6 win at NWAC Tourney

Scorebord image showing Everett beating Bellevue 8-6 in the NWAC Baseball Championships

North Region rival Everett snapped a 6-6 tie with to runs in the seventh inning on Saturday to post an 8–6 victory over the Bulldogs in an elimination bracket game at the NWAC Baseball Championships, ending BC’s season.


BC survives must-win game at NWAC Baseball Championships

Scoreboard image showing Bellevue College defeating Mt. Hood 5-4

The Bulldogs pushed across the winning run in the bottom of the ninth to stay alive in the NWAC Baseball Championships with a 5-4 victory Friday over Mt. Hood. BC will face either Everett or Yakima Valley on Saturday.


BC coach Francis, softball staff named National NFCA NWAC Coaching Staff of the Year

Bellevue College softball coach Leah Francis

Behind a NWAC regular season title and a third-place finish at the league championships, Bellevue College head coach Leah Francis, along with assistant coaches Sarah Hyatt and Danielle Orvella have been named the 2016 NFCA NWAC National Coaching Staff of the Year, announced the Association on Friday afternoon.


Bulldogs drop opener at NWAC Baseball Championships

Lower Columbia 9, Bellevue College 0 in the first round of the NWAC Baseball Championships

Top-ranked Lower Columbia pushed across four runs in the first inning on just one hit and BC could not get untracked offensively, dropping a 9-0 decision on Thursday night in the opening round of the NWAC Baseball Championships at Longview, Wash. The Bulldogs will face Mt. Hood in an elimination game Friday at 12:05 p.m.


Baseball Wins South Super Regional; Will Face Top-Ranked Lower Columbia

Eli Gallo had a big weekend offensively for BC leading them to the South Super Regional title

Bellevue College baseball won three straight games over the weekend to win the South Super Regional and advance to the NWAC Championships, May 26-30 at
Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wash. The Bulldogs (35-16) will open against top-ranked Lower Columbia (33-12) on Thursday at 7:35 p.m.


BC volunteers pitch in to beautify neighborhood park

BC’s crew of volunteers gets instruction on invasive plant removal at Robinswood Park from Paul Anderson of the City of Bellevue’s Forest Management Program during BC Cares Day.

More than 50 members of the Bellevue College community – students, faculty, staff, families and friends – turned out on a rainy Saturday morning for the first annual BC Cares Day for a beautification project at nearby Robinswood Park.


Bellevue College’s Science Division invites community to open house

family enjoys hands-on science

June 4 event will feature science-related activities for all ages Bellevue College’s Science Division and SAMI (Science And Math Institute) will host an open house for the community on Saturday, June 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a variety of over 50 hands-on, fun, educational activities and demonstrations in science, technology, engineering, and …more about Bellevue College’s Science Division invites community to open house