June 23– RISE held a two-day immersion focusing on the trans experience and hoped to create an experience that would honor the 50th anniversary of Stonewall while...
Are you balancing a combination of school, work, and life? Are you working hard, but still having a difficult time keeping up with bills and the rising cost of living? United Way of King County’s Benefits Hub will help you get by, get ahead, and stay ahead so that you can achieve your college and career goals. Schedule an online Zoom appointment today with one of our Financial Coaches. Phone appointments are also available for BC students.
The Counseling Center is available remotely via the internet or phone. They can help in a variety of areas (stress, anxiety, depression, and more) and in a variety of languages. The counselors are trained mental health professionals who assist students with a wide variety of personal life challenges and concerns that may be impacting academic performance.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides a wide variety of accommodation services for disabled students, and we work to educate the community and foster inclusiveness. Please see the DRC's New Students page for information on getting registered for accommodations and their special webpage for this unique quarter that clarifies accommodation differences between on-campus, online, and remote courses. The page also includes best practices for learning in a remote environment and resources for reporting bias incidents due to COVID19-related discrimination.