Advisor: Faisal JaswalOffice Location:  Student Programs, C212Contact Information: (425)564-6150

Advisor Email: fjaswal@bellevuecollege.edu
The Offices of Student Programs and Institutional Advancement collaborate to contact Bellevue College alumni with information about continuing support services available to them.

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Advisor: Rick Mangan Office Location: A245 GWebsitehttps://www.facebook.com/BCASLClubContact Information: (425)564-2289

Advisor Email: rmangan@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contact: bellevuecollegeasl@gmail.com
Our Mission statement:
The mission of the American Sign Language program is to extend awareness of Deaf culture to all students, faculty, and throughout the surrounding community. We encourage creating communication ties between Deaf and Hearing people and execute that plan by organizing activities, which provide opportunities for learning, growth, and support in a comfortable environment. Our students are our main priority and we work hard to provide them with every opportunity possible!ASL Deaf Chat Nights every Wednesday at the sitting area of Factoria Mall near Panera and Panda Express 7:00pm-9:00pm and every Third Friday at the fireside lounge of Bellevue Square near Starbucks and P.F. Changs from 7:00 p.m. -9:00 pm.


The ASL Club hosts: Game Nights, Jeopardy Nights, Chat Nights, and more! All of our events are conducted in ASL and we welcome guests of all ASL skill levels. Our events are laid back social signing events that provide students with opportunities to learn about Deaf culture and Deaf etiquette, and increase their knowledge of ASL. Our events also provide opportunities to connect with Deaf people in the community, along with other ASL students. Everyone is welcome at these events, but please leave your voices at home.

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Advisor: Jeffery WhiteOffice Location: R 230Contact Information: (425) 564-3084
The literary and arts staff welcomes fellow students who are interested in organizing and publishing Arnazella, BCC’s literary and arts publication, which features essays, short stories, poetry, and art from artists and writers across the Northwest. Earn up to 15 elective credits for the academic year, and gain experience in editing and publishing. For further information visit the Arnazella website

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Advisor: Bill O'ConnorOffice Location: G100Websitehttp://bellevuecollege.edu/athleticsContact Information:  (425) 564-2454
Advisor Email: boconnor@bellevuecollege.edu

BC currently offers 10 intercollegiate sports programs, one of the most extensive athletics departments in our conference (Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges). Involvement in these programs not only encourages physical activity in a competitive environment, but also gives you practical experience for developing values such as teamwork, responsibility, goal-setting, respect, and commitment. BC has established a successful tradition in intercollegiate athletics over the years, which is not only highlighted by many conference titles, but also by the long list of individuals who have used the BCC athletic experience as a step on the way to further educational and professional opportunities.

Intercollegiate Athletics
Men's Basketball
Men's Baseball
Men's and Women's Golf
Men & Women Cross Country
Women's Basketball
Women's Volleyball
Women's Softball
Men's Soccer
Wellness Center
Women's Soccer
Women's Tennis

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Advisor: Brandon LuekenOffice Location: C 212Websitehttp://studentweb.bellevuecollege.edu/asg/Contact Information: (425)564-2385
Advisor Email: brandon.lueken@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contactasgpres@bellevueollege.edu
All registered students automatically become members of the Associated Students of Bellevue Community College . A student-elected Board of Directors represents the student body through campus-wide involvement and policy-making. The ASG of 2001-2002 was active in parking issues, bylaw revisions, recycling efforts, service activities, recommending annual program budgets, the annual Kids’ Fair, and the ASG spring barbecue.

ASG officers are chosen in general elections held Spring Quarter, and special elections are held when necessary. For the exact date of elections, officers’ job descriptions, to apply for a student government position, or to learn more about student governance, activities or clubs on campus, stop by the Student Programs office, C212, Student Union Building. As a member of the college community, you are encouraged to participate in college governance and are free, individually and collective . Meeting Time: Thu 3:30 PM.- 5:00 PM.

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Advisor: Faisal Jaswal, Assistant Dean of Student ProgramsOffice Location: C 212Contact Information: (425) 564-6150
Established by ASG in 1990, the Cultural Activities Committee allocates funds from the ASG Cultural Activities Contingency Fund to support cultural activities and the objectives of the college’s pluralism efforts. The committee is made up of two faculty or staff members, two Campus Activities Coordinators, and two ASG Board members.

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Advisor: Nick BradfordOffice Location: C 212Contact Information: (425)564-6040
Advisor Email: Nick.Bradford@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contact
apisa.director@bellevuecollege.edu
The Asian Pacific Islander Student Association (APISA) is a student-led Program comprised of enthusiastic students seeking to make changes in the Bellevue College community. The goal of APISA is to provide a platform for students who identify with Asian-American, Asian and Pacific Islander heritages to share their experiences. By fostering interactions and developing strong bonds, we strive to support and connect the students of our diverse campus through the celebration of our many cultures. And most importantly, we aim to raise the voices and concerns of API students in the Bellevue College community.


Director: Yukimi Mizuno Email: apisa.director@bellevuecollege.edu

Club Meeting: Fri 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM

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Advisor: Denise VaughanContact Information: (425)564-6150
Advisor Email dvaughan@bellevuecollege.edu
Club Email:priyam.chhabra@gmail.com
President Pratishtha Chhabra
Bellevue College Speech and Debate Society ranks number 2 in the region of Division III schools and is in the top 20% of the nation. Last year the team ranked number 1 in the region for debate and number 3 overall for Division III schools. The team invites anyone interested in debate to come travel with the team and take the Debate Class offered every Fall, Winter, and Spring quarter for Humanities credit!

Program Meeting: Monday 1:30-2:30 in C103 and Thursdays 2:30-4:30 in C211

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Advisor: Krischanna RobersonOffice Location: R130AContact Information: (425)564-2367

Advisor Email: krischanna.roberson@bellevuecollege.edu


VISION
We, the Black Student Union of Bellevue College, strive to ignite positive changes on our campus, in our neighborhoods, in our schools, within others, and within ourselves.

MISSION

Our Black Student Union is an organization that provides cultural and historic enrichment to benefit the college community by fostering individual and collective inclusion and by expanding the educational process through knowledge, information, and influence. We strive to stimulate the social growth of all students, through enriching programs and community services focused on education, history, self respect and respecting our environment.

We seek to educate ourselves and the greater community, with intentions to ignite positive changes on our campus, in our neighborhoods, in our schools, within others, and within ourselves.

The Black Student Union shall serve as a resource to all other groups on campus, however, with focus on the students of African descent.


The BSU Stands for:"Educational Development, Leadership Progression, Career Success"


Director:
Ms. Taylor Anderson
bsudirector@bellevuecollege.edu
BSU phone number:(425) 564-6043
Meeting Time: 1:30 pm.-3:00 pm. Wed in C212

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Advisor: Judith PaquetteOffice Location: C207Websitehttp://bccblc.50webs.org/Contact Information: (425)564-2133
Advisor Email: judith.paquette@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contactrizkiandriyanto@bellevuecollege.edu
A club for business minded students to discuss business concepts, strategies and current events.


Vision: To create a place for students who love business to come together and learn, grow, and network.
Mission: we will achieve our vision through fellowship stralegic event planning, making good use of students’ time, and creating a friendly environment for which students can feel free to question, think, and grow.
Goals: We will be hosting numerous events throughout the school year in collaborate with the business department and other outsider companies. These events will be educational and will provide opportunity for students to get connected.

Club Meetings:Tue 2:45 pm. C 225

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Advisor: Margo GeorgianOffice Location: B125MContact Information: (425)564-2220

Advisor Email: margo.georgian@bellevuecollege.edu
The Bellevue College Association of Veterans serve and help student veterans develop into better individuals in a learning environment through educational awareness, positive interactive school events, and other resources to help improve academic success within our diverse multicultural environment.

Program Meeting: e-mail to arrange, room: C212

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Advisor: Barbara BrodskyOffice Location: C212Contact Information: (425) 564-2207
Advisor Email: Barbara.brodsky@bellevuecollege.edu

Club Meeting: Every Sunday 6-9pm in Cafeteria

Club Purpose: The cheerleading club sponsors tryouts for the BCC Cheer Squad. The Cheer Squad cheers for men's and women's basket ball and performs at other school and community events.

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Advisor: Nora LanceOffice Location: C212Websitehttp://bellevuecollege.edu/stupro/CAB/Contact Information: (425) 564-2448 or (425) 564-2330
Advisor Email: nora.lance@bellevuecollege.edu
The Campus Activities Board, also known as the CAB, provides social, cultural, and educational activities for BCC and Eastside community. Throughout the year, the CAB plans and implements a variety of activities: afternoon concerts in the Union, lectures, and other entertaining events. As a member of the Cultural Activities Board, the CAB also helps plan cultural activities. The Promotions Assistant provides low cost graphic support to all student-funded programs.

Location C 212

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Advisor: Verna WillisOffice Location: Q BuldingWebsitehttp://bellevuecollege.edu/childcareContact Information: (425)564-2226

Advisor Email: vwillis@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Cheryl VermilyeaOffice Location: 2nd Floor, Student Services BuildingWebsitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/careers/Contact Information: (425) 564-2279
The Student ACCESS Center/Women's Center provides a variety of information and referral services for all students and members of the community. These information and referral services include: Classes and workshops Compass for Success class for unemployed worker/workers exploring new options CONNECT! Class for non-native English speakers Career and Life Planning class for women in transition Taking the Next Step class for women in transition One-on-one resource advising Community services referral

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Advisor: Cheryl VermilyeaContact Information: cvermily@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Denise VaughanOffice Location: R230Contact Information: (425)564-2619

Advisor Email: dvaughan@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Susan Morgan GjolmesliOffice Location: B 132Websitehttp://www.bellevuecollege.edu/drc/Contact Information: (425)564-2392

Advisor Email: sgjolmes@bellevuecollege.edu
Disability Support Services (DSS) exists to provide academic accommodation for qualified students enrolled at BCC. Additional goals of the program include providing opportunities to build student skills in self-advocacy, knowledge of institutional systems and resources external to BCC, life growth experiences such as self-reliance and social assimilation. DSS facilitates appropriate referrals to outside agencies and other BCC programs as well as advocating when appropriate.

Program Meeting : TBD

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Advisor: Stephen GarrowOffice Location: A242Contact Information: (425)564-3196

Advisor Email: sgarrow@bellevuecollege.edu
Digital Design is a group of multimedia enthusiasts/Students.

Program Meeting: 2:00pm.-3:30pm Wed, Library Screening Room

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Advisor: Tammi DoyleOffice Location: Carlson Theatre, E 100Contact Information: (425)564-2319

Advisor Email: tdoyle@bellevuecollege.edu
Each Winter Quarter the Drama Department produces a main stage production. Fall auditions are open to the campus community. You can earn Drama class credit for participation in these productions, including construction and backstage work. Professional directors and designers from the Seattle area produce the plays. Each fall and spring the department produces a studio theatre production, with open auditions, as the Drama 280 class.

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Advisor: Betty Ann PlattOffice Location: R 230Websitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/theatrearts/Contact Information: (425) 564-2968
Auditions are held at the beginning of fall and winter quarters. Dance styles include jazz, modern and ballet. Dancers work with professional choreographers. A major production is held spring quarter in BCC’s Carlson Theatre. Those participating earn 1-5 credits per quarter, with 2 credits being the average. For more information, see Dance 201-203 at: http://www.bcc.ctc.edu/schedule/dance.htm Company class or rehearsals are held Monday evenings in the theatre and Wednesday evenings in the studio. Additional rehearsals, when required, are by arrangement and are held in the studio or theatre.

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Advisor: Tammi DoyleContact Information: (425)564-2319

Advisor Email: tdoyle@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Deric GruenOffice Location: K100Contact Information: (425)564-2720
Advisor Email deric.gruen@bellevuecollege.edu

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Advisor: Jocelyn AndersonContact Information: (425)564-2006
Advisor Email jocelyn.ludlow@bellevuecollege.edu
Club Email:NSA@bellevuecollege.edu
President of the Club: Michele Williams

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Advisor: Bill O'ConnorOffice Location: G100Websitehttp://bellevuecollege.edu/athletics/Contact Information: (425) 564-2351
The intramural program currently offers midday activities in the following areas: aerobics, basketball, pickleball, volleyball and weightlifting. The schedule is modified each quarter based on demand. Both open-play and league competition are offered each quarter, but are not available summer quarter. Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to participate in the planning and implementation of these or other activities. For more information contact (425) 564-2351, or stop by G100. Program participants are encouraged to arrange for their own medical insurance through the school health plans prior to competition.

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Advisor: Linda AnnableOffice Location: A104Contact Information: (425) 564-2017
Advisor Email: lannable@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contacti.s.a.bellevuecollege@gmail.com
The International Student Association, or ISA for short, is open to any student interested in participating in meetings and activities; membership is free. ISA holds annual events such as the Halloween Dance, Lunar New Year celebration, the annual International Night, and several other cultural events.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ bcISA
Program Meeting: Fridays 12:30 PM-2:00 PM C212 please call for more information

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Advisor: Connie WaisOffice Location: L114CWebsitehttps://www.facebook.com/bellevuecollege.idsa Contact Information: (425) 564-2623
Advisor Email: cwais@bellevuecollege.edu
The Interior Design Student Association (IDSA) is BC’s interior design program run by students for students. Our mission is to give interior design students opportunities to interact with the professional design community and expand their educational experience beyond the classroom curriculum. Monthly meetings, featuring guest speakers from the design community, are open to all students.

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Advisor: TBDWebsitehttp://www.iaap-lwe.org/LakeWashington/Home/International Association of Administrative Professionals is an international organization and the world’s largest association for administrative support staff, with more than 600 chapters and 40,000 members and affiliates worldwide. The association works to educate employers and the public about the value of administrative professionals and the advantages of an administrative career. They offer international, division, and local conferences to its members. IAAP sets professional standards through its Institute for Certification and supports business education programs through its Institute for Education.

Program Meetings: TBD

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Advisor: Steve RamseyOffice Location: KBCSWebsitehttp://kbcs.fm/Contact Information: (425) 564-2418
Advisor Email sramsey@bellevuecollege.edu

KBCS-FM 91.3 is a community-service radio station licensed to Bellevue Community College. The station is supported by BCC students, contributing listeners, and the college itself. You can enjoy noncommercial radio featuring jazz, folk, blues, and world music. Other shows include reggae, zydeco, celtic, and bluegrass. Volunteer support staff openings are available for broadcasting, programming, music, production, public affairs, and office duties. Students interested in work-study or volunteer positions at a great radio station should contact KBCS.

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Advisor: Chad WhiteOffice Location: R230Websitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/galleryspace/Contact Information: (425)564-2668
Advisor Email chad.white@bellevuecollege.edu
The BCC Gallery Space provides the entire campus with an opportunity to experience a range of strong visual art. Art and photography by current and former BCC students are on display at the Gallery Space. Artwork of historic and cultural significance and the work of nationally recognized artists are available for public viewing.

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Advisor: Director: Ron Rodriguez, Advisor:Colin DonovanOffice Location: B132Websitehttp://sites.google.com/site/bclgbtqcenter/Contact Information: (425)564-2699
Advisor Email ck.donovan@bellevuecollege.edu
Club Email:llgbtq.director@bellevuecollege.edu
Go to C 212 for more information

Description: The mission of the LGBTQ and Allies Resource Center is to generate education, support, visibility, resources, and awareness around LGBTQ related topics and to connect the LGBTQ community together with its Allies. We strive to supply valuable services and resources to the entire LGBTQ and Allies campus population.

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Advisor: Henry AmayaOffice Location: B232Contact Information: (425)564-4064
Advisor Email henry.amaya@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contactelcentrolatinodir@bellevuecollege.edu
El Centro Latino provides cultural programs that foster and promote leadership within the community as well as academic excellence and personal success for both Latino/s students and community members. El Centro Latino strives to educate Bellevue College campus on Latino/a issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the Latino community.

Program Meetings: n/a C 212/C211

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Advisor: Faisal JaswalOffice Location: C210Contact Information: (425) 564-6150
Advisor Email: faisal.jaswal@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Aaron ReaderOffice Location: B233Websitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/mcs/Contact Information: (425) 564-2495
Advisor Email aaron.reader@bellevuecollege.edu

Multi-Cultural Student services is open to all students. MCS assists the college in providing culturally sensitive services to students of color, immigrants, and GLBT students attending BCC. Services include assistance with admission, registration, academic and transfer advising, personal and career counseling, Early Academic Intervention, and advocacy. MCS also promotes campus and community cultural events.

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Advisor: Tim JonesContact Information: (425)564-2010
Advisor Email TiJones@bellevuecollege.edu
Model United Nations is a program that simulates activities of the United Nations and other international organizations. The simulation takes place at the annual national Model United Nations conference in New York over the course of several days, during which students deliver speeches consistent with their country’s point of view, negotiate with other nations, and write and vote on resolutions in an attempt to find constructive solutions to many of the major issues facing the world. Participants develop a better understanding of international relations, the politics of other nations, and how the United Nations conducts its work. In addition, they examine a variety of issues such as peacekeeping, disarmament, economic development, environmental policy, and human rights, and they consider the impact of political, economic, historical, social and cultural factors on foreign policy and international diplomacy.

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Advisor: Thomas AlmliOffice Location: R230Websitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/music/Contact Information: (425)564-2089
Advisor Email talmli@bellevuecollege.edu
BC's Music Department offers a variety of performance opportunities for singers: the Symphonic Chorale, Celebration! (the vocal jazz ensemble), the chamber choir, and the solo performance studio. These vocal performing ensembles participate in musical concerts, festivals, tours, student-led programs, and numerous venues at BCC and in our community. Come to the Music Department office in E127 (call (425) 564-2686) or to the Arts & Humanities Division Office in R230 for more information.

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Advisor: Lyneen PatnoeOffice Location: A242Contact Information: (425)564-3144
Advisor Email lpatnoe@bellevuecollege.edu
Instrumental Music Productions (IMP) is allied with the Jazz Band and Jazz Workshop courses. IMP is involved in concerts, tours, festivals, and recordings. Students audition for membership in the award-winning Jazz Band during Fall Quarter, making a commitment for the entire year. Other musicians can enroll in the Jazz Workshop. Auditions may be held for available chairs during the rest of the year.

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Office Location: C 212Contact Information: (425) 564-6150
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Advisor: Brandon LuekenOffice Location: C 212Websitehttp://www.bellevuecollege.edu/stupro/osla/default.aspContact Information: (425) 564-2385
Advisor Email: brandon.lueken@bellevuecollege.edu
Program Email Contactoslacomm@bellevuecollege.edu
Vision
The vision of the Bellevue Community College Associated Student Government Legislative Committee is to represent a collective student voice by being a leader and model in higher Education.
MISSION
The BCC ASG Legislative Committee is dedicated to advocating on behalf of students on the local, state, and federal level while maintaining the highest standards in transparency, professionalism, and ethics. Through collaborative efforts, we empower students to be civically responsible.

  • Be welcoming to students, willing to listen, and transparent
  • Be informative to students on legislative process
  • Inform students of the accomplishments made and create an effective way to do so
  • Prioritize issues based on student need

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Advisor: Katherine OlesonWebsitehttp://bellevuecollegeptk.wordpress.com/Contact Information: Advisor Email: koleson@bcc.ctc.edu
Club Email: contact koleson@bcc.ctc.edu
Phi Theta Kappa, a national community/junior college honor society, recognizes student academic excellence and leadership potential and gives members the opportunity for involvement in various campus and community service activities. Active members are eligible for scholarships, travel to conferences and for participation in volunteer activities, which enhance transfer opportunities. The BCC chapter, Alpha Epsilon Rho, requires a 3.5 GPA for membership eligibility. Alpha Epsilon Rho is one of the leading chapters in the region and the nation.

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Advisor: Lyneen PatnoeOffice Location: E 100BContact Information: (425) 564-3114
BC has many performing arts events occurring on the campus throughout the year. Please visit the Arts and Events website to see what events are currently happening.

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Advisor: Sarah FisherOffice Location: C 106Websitehttp://www.bellevuecollege.edu/STUPRO/mentor/default.aspContact Information: (425)564-5091
Advisor Email: sarah.fisher@bellevueollege.edu
Club Email: contact fadrianhartono@bellevuecollege.edu
To create a responsive and committed environment that guides all new students through the transition into college and supports both strong academic performance and social prosperity at BC.

Philosophy: The peer to peer mentoring program aims to bring the diverse cultures of BCC together in a collaborative effort to improve and enhance all students' academic and social success.

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Advisor: Sarah FisherOffice Location: C 105Contact Information: (425)564-5091
Advisor Email: sarah.fisher@bellevueollege.edu
Club Email: contact steve.ferreira@bellevuecollege.edu
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Advisor: Mary McGheeOffice Location: A-242Contact Information: 425-564-3170
Advisor Email mary.mcghee@bellevuecollege.edu

The mission of the Radiation & Imaging Sciences BAS Student Organization is to:


  • Educate current and prospective students about the RAIS program and the opportunities it offers;
  • Support individuals in their efforts to earn a BAS degree in Radiation & Imaging Sciences at Bellevue College;
  • Promote and advocate for continuing education and professional development in the field of Radiation & Imaging Sciences;
  • Support student welfare and activities in the RAIS program.

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Advisor: Carol T GrantOffice Location: C 162 Websitehttp://www.bellevuecollege.edu/asc/Contact Information: (425)564-2468
Advisor Email cagrant@bellevuecollege.edu
BC’s Academic Tutoring Center offers both one-on-one and group-session tutoring for college credit courses. You can attend any group-tutoring session, no matter what grades you are earning, and if you are earning grades of “C” or below you may be eligible for two hours of individual tutoring per week, when tutors and funding are available.

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Advisor: Robert ViensOffice Location: L 200Contact Information: (425)564-3185
Advisor Email: rob.viens@bellevuecollege.edu
Programs Email contact ssapres@bellevuecollege.edu
Meetings: Tuesdays 11:30 PM- 12:30 PM C225

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Advisor: Tammi DoyleOffice Location: R230Websitehttp://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/theatrearts/Contact Information: (425)564-2319

Advisor Email: tdoyle@bellevuecollege.edu
Stagefright Drama Club invites students interested in acting, directing, writing, stage managing, sound, lighting, and set design, or students who just love theater, to join the drama club. The Stagefright Drama Club presents one show in the spring of each year. The production is student-produced and directed. The club also holds two workshops a quarter conducted by theater professionals. At the end of each year, members of Stagefright travel to the Oregon Shakespearean Theater Festival, in Ashland, Oregon. The participants attend plays and a number of lectures and workshops. Stagefright is run entirely by students with occasional suggestions by the club advisor. The Drama Club meets once a week.

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Advisor: Rob ViensWebsitehttp://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/sciclub/Contact Information: (425) 564-3158
Advisor Email: rviens@bcc.ctc.edu
Club Email: britamn@yahoo.com

Program Meeting: Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in C120A
The mission of the BCC Science Club is to provide science related education activities and service opportunities to the BCC community. The BCC Science Club is open to all members of the BCC campus and is not exclusive.

Earth Week Events
http://www.scidiv.bcc.ctc.edu/rv/earthweek/
View the Earth Week Schedule.
In the spirit of environmental literacy, the BCC Science Club is sponsoring the seventh annual Earth Week – a week of lectures, demonstrations, information booths, prizes, videos and music! This year's activities include speakers and events from several different fields. Please join us for some or all of these events!

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Advisor: Mary SlowinskiOffice Location: A254Contact Information: (425)564-4212
Advisor Email: mslowins@bellevuecollege.edu

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Advisor: Carol T. GrantOffice Location: C162Contact Information
Advisor Email: carol.grant@bellevuecollege.edu

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Advisor: Amy MillerOffice Location: R230Websitehttp://www.thewatchdogonline.com/Contact Information
Advisor Email: amy.miller@bellevuecollege.edu

The Student newspaper

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