The Wellness Center embraces all that our community, environment and natural surroundings have to offer. This pursuit hopes to enrich the emotional, environmental, occupational, spiritual, intellectual, social and physical well being of students, staff, faculty and the community at large. The Center’s activities strive to focus on providing leadership, planning, opportunity, and education in pursuit of healthier lives.
THIS QUARTERS EVENTS!!! Winter Registration Opens Jan 13th, 2016
The Bellevue College Wellness Center makes the following equipment available for rent to BC students, faculty and staff members:
- Sleeping pads
- Sleeping bags
- Bear canisters
The Rental fee for outdoor travel equipment is $5 per item for a weekend, equipment must be returned by the Monday Return Date.
Once you have completed the link and paid, print your confirmation email and come by the Wellness Center to retrieve your rentals.
Photo Contest- Winter 2016
Bellevue College Wellness Center is hosting our second annual photo contest. The purpose of the contest is to generate an appreciation for the outdoors through photographs taken by Bellevue College students, staff, and faculty. Our goal is to find photos that best express the beauty and serenity of the natural environment as well as the exhilaration that is found in outdoor activities.
2014 Winning Photo
Jan 20 – Feb 17, 2016 Accepting Entries
Feb 22, 24 & 26, 2016 Entries on display
Feb 29, 2016 Winning photos announced
How to get started? Download Rules & Entry Form
Wellness Center Office Hours
Visit the Wellness Center located in G128. G Building Hallway
Monday 9:00-11:30 pm
Wednesday 9:00-11:30 pm
Friday 9:00-11:30 PM
(WC is open while classes are in session Fall, Winter and Spring. Summer quarter rentals must be pre-arranged with Peter Prescott)
For more information contact Peter Prescott.
The BC low challenge course was constructed in 2013 to serve students and faculty groups campus wide while providing a useful tool for Wilderness Skills Certificate student to perfect their leadership skills. About the Challenge Course What are the benefits to a challenge course event? You and your students will finish with a better understand of …more about BC Challenge Course
Interested in going on your own outdoor adventures though do not know where to start? Follow these pre-trip-planning steps and be more prepared in no time! Step 1 – Before You Go Determine your goals and objectives? What, why, and with Who? Learn about and respect the rules and regulations of Public Lands and Wilderness Areas. …more about Outdoor Trip Planning Education
There are some great activity options available to Students, Staff and Faculty.
These events are sponsored and brought to by the BC Wellness Center, Student Programs, and BC Human Resources.