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The Astronomy department invites you to experience the wonders of our solar system in our planetarium classroom. In our planetarium, we are able to recreate the clear night sky, which enables students to explore the stars and constellations during class.
Athletics is the home of the Bulldogs, including 11 men’s and women’s sports teams that have earned regional and national awards. Athletics is part of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), which regulates intercollegiate athletic competition for 36 member colleges.
The Radiation & Imaging Sciences program is an industry-relevant bachelor’s degree completion program that prepares students for advancement in the imaging field through technical knowledge and foundational skills critical to success as a manager or advanced technologist.
Bellevue College offers a range of cost-effective, high quality bachelor’s degree programs in a variety of fields to help build your future.
The purpose of the Basic and Transitional Studies Department is to provide students with high-quality basic and pre-college Math and English literacy education for academic, personal, family, work, and community engagement while cultivating leadership potential within collaborative student, staff, and faculty learning communities.
- Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Basic Food Employment & Training program helps people receiving federal Basic Food benefits (SNAP/”food stamps”) gain in-demand skills, earn a credential, and find employment.
The Community Education unit of Bellevue College is a place to explore hobbies and interests. With an array of courses in art and design, personal enrichment, and world languages, Community Education is a premier option for residents of all ages including teens and retirees throughout the Puget Sound.