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Bellevue College provides a wide variety of services for you. Most services are located in either the Jean Sarto Floten Student Union Building (in the center of campus, look for the curved window wall) or the Student Services Building (the east wing of Building B, facing the flagpole in Landerholm Circle).

Inside you’ll find: leadership training

  • Associated Student Government office (C212)
  • Automated teller machine
  • Bus information kiosk
  • Cafe Espresso coffee bar
  • Cafeteria
  • Campus Activities Board (C212)
  • Class Schedules (C105)
  • Change machine
  • Copy machine
  • The Watchdog, student newspaper office (C206)
  • Mailbox (outgoing U.S. mail)
  • Microwave ovens
  • Movie ticket sales (C105)
  • Phi Theta Kappa office (C212)
  • Student Business Center (C105)
  • Student Club information (C212)
  • Student Handbook (C212)
  • Student ID cards (C105)
  • Student information & Web access (C105)
  • Student meeting rooms
  • Student Programs administrative office (C212)
  • Vending machines

STUDENT PROGRAMS, (425) 564-6151

BC’s Academic Service Learning is a program that promotes deeper learning for students by placing you in community organizations where you gain hands-on, real-world experience in key classroom concepts, and then reflect on what you’ve learned. Faculty, in turn, guide and assess your reflections much as they would for any other course assignment or project. At BC, the Academic Service Learning staff facilitates and coordinates these efforts across all disciplines and works directly with the three groups needed to make service learning happen: community partners, faculty and students. We encourage you to contact the Academic Service Learning office to find out more about this practical and exciting learning tool.

Student Programs, C212, (425) 564-6150

The Offices of Student Programs and Institutional Advancement collaborate to contact Bellevue College alumni with information about continuing support services available to them.

C212, 2nd floor, Student Union Building, (425) 564-3192

Phi Theta Kappa, the national community/junior college honor society, recognizes student academic excellence and leadership potential and gives members the opportunity for involvement in leadership, travel, and campus and community service activities. You must have a 3.5 grade-point average in your college level courses to be eligible for Phi Theta Kappa membership. The BC chapter, Alpha Epsilon Rho, was founded in 1979; it is rated as one of the leading regional and national chapters. Contact faculty advisor Katherine Oleson, (425) 564-3050, for more information.

L114, (425) 564-3155

The Interior Design Student Association gives interior design students opportunities to interact with the professional design community and expand their educational experience beyond the classroom curriculum. Weekly meetings and scheduled sessions featuring guest speakers from the design community are open to all students. Students may also become student members of professional interior design organizations and participate in community service projects and the annual spring Showcase, an exhibit of work by interior design students. The general public and design professionals are invited to attend the opening night gala at which scholarships and awards are presented to outstanding students. Participating in student activities gives students an increased knowledge and awareness of the profession and often develops valuable contacts with working professionals. Contact faculty advisor Michael Mappala, (425) 564-2341, for more information.

See Student Leadership Institute

D110, (425) 564-2338

Model United Nations is a program that simulates activities of the United Nations and other international organizations. When you participate, you develop a better understanding of international relations, the politics of other nations, and how the United Nations conducts its work. In addition, you’ll examine a variety of issues such as peacekeeping, disarmament, economic development, environmental policy, and human rights, and consider the impact of political, economic, historical, social and cultural factors on foreign policy and international diplomacy. Those wishing to participate in Model United Nations must enroll in Political Science 121 (Fall Quarter, 2 credits), Political Science 122 (Winter Quarter, 3 credits), and Political Science 123 (Spring Quarter, 5 credits). Contact Tim Jones at (425) 564-2010.