Successfully map out your education with the assistance of Bellevue counselors, academic advisors and online resources.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) assists students in successfully completing their college courses through one-on-one, group tutoring, workshops and classes.
Learn about service hours, locations on the main and north campuses, quarterly book buy-back dates, and online textbook purchasing.
The Business Center provides place to find campus event information, pick up student ID cards, buy discounted movie tickets, access computer kiosks, find Metro bus information or purchase supplies.
CEO is a program for students 16-20 years old, without a high school diploma, who wish to gain job skills and education. Many fees are covered by the program.
Students and community members can find career planning and job search assistance in the Center for Career Connections. The Center provides one-on-one career advising, classes and workshops, work-study and internship opportunities, and many computerized resources.
We have over 30 different labs across multiple campuses. We offer general and more specialized facilities that support our diverse college curriculum.
Academic, career, and personal counseling services and credit classes are available to all enrolled BC students.
DRC provides advocacy and classroom accommodations, including specialized materials, technology and equipment for students with documented disabilities.
The Early Learning Center provides affordable, quality childcare to children ages 3 months to 7 years, an on-site Head Start program, and resources and classes for parents.
This office processes applications for graduation and approves official awarding of a degree or certificate.
This department provides resources and financial assistance to eligible individuals. Sources of aid include loans, grants and work-study jobs.
Learn about financial assistance programs that can help you attend school.
Get help with campus technology including a searchable online knowledge base and campus technology guides to get you started with your NetID and accessing services.
This office supports international students who plan to enroll in college credit classes, Intensive English/University Preparation, non-credit ESL classes or other special programs. Staff assist with admissions, advising, health and insurance issues, student activities, housing referrals and more.
In addition to traditional library resources, the LMC provides access to electronic periodicals, research assistance, books and publications, computers with Internet connections, material reservation, media lab, study rooms and other helpful resources.
MCS provides culturally-sensitive academic and support services to BC students. MCS services include outreach, advising, counseling, cultural events planning, and curriculum and policy development.
A service organization that supports and advances the College’s commitment to diversity and pluralism.
The college Ombuds Office provides a place for anyone to seek impartial consultation regarding concerns of possible discrimination or unfair treatment in the classroom or within the campus community at large. This service is confidential and is a free resource to any student or employee at Bellevue College.
Access all of your student online services in one place, including registration, e-mail, Canvas, schedule, request transcripts, change your pin as well as a full list registrar and graduation forms.
This department provides round-the-clock campus security and manages traffic safety, parking, crime prevention, and emergency preparedness and response.
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Plan your next event or meeting at Bellevue College. A range of facilities and support services are available for reasonable rates.
Public high school juniors and seniors can earn tuition-free college credit while finishing high school. Classes are held on the BC campus.
Find scholarship opportunities and resources to help you get scholarships.
Student Programs provides educational and community-building programs for BC students and house these programs: ASBC student government, Campus Activities Board, Commencement Committee, New Student Orientation and the Campus Information Center.
Formerly College Credit & Careers Network, Tech Prep makes it possible for high school students to take classes in their high school and earn tuition-free college credits in a professional or technical career area.
All credit students must take English and Math assessment. Learn more about assessment sessions and GED testing.
TRiO provides academic and personal support for eligible students who are first-generation college students, low-income students, or students with a documented disability. Services include tutoring, study skills, advocacy, laptop computer lending, activities and transfer assistance.
We provide a variety of free tutoring services to students to help them succeed in their classes.
The Veterans Affairs Office assists veterans, reservists, dependents, and VA chapter 31 students with eligibility questions, as well as SE Asian and Persian Gulf waivers.
Locate regional weather data in real-time including today’s temperature, humidity, and wind speed. Created by the college’s Meteorology department as an educational tool for science courses, this site is a valuable community resource and is one of its kind among community colleges in the Pacific Northwest.
Workforce Education programs help eligible individuals get the skills they need to enter or re-enter the workforce. All training programs include advising, career planning, connections to additional funding sources, assistance with Financial Aid and related agencies.
Workforce Education services include