The Academic Advising Department promotes student success by engaging students in developing education plans in relation to their career and life goals. We strive to meet the diverse and unique needs of each student by mutual teaching, learning, and relationship building.
Our department is working remotely due to Covid-19.
This means no services will be offered in person until further notice.
As the office will be closed we will not be answering phone calls or tickets so expect delays in our response time. We will return messages related to Academic Advising as soon as we are able.
Advisors can help you…
Advisors can assist you in understanding course requirements, plan out your path to program/degree completion, successfully transfer to a four-year college or university, and much more. Please note: Our department is working remotely due to Covid-19.
Online: Click on your advisor’s name to schedule an appointment through Microsoft Teams. Please note: Advisors only book out 14 days in advance; keep checking back for availability or submit a ticket with questions.
Ticket: If choosing to submit a ticket be sure to include your program of study or if you are transferring your intended major*, pronouns, preference of phone or video appointment through microsoft teams, and availability for the week. Please note: If you choose a phone appointment you must include a phone number in the ticket as well. Please don’t submit multiple tickets or leave multiple voicemails for the same request in the same week, as it delays our response rate.
If you’re not sure who your advisor is or you can’t meet during their availability, please submit a ticket or call us at 425-564-2212 to set up your appointment. Additionally, please cancel or reschedule your appointment if you are unable to make the time. We encourage students to follow along onscreen during the appointment.
*Program of study means what program, degree, or certificate are students trying to take at BC. Sometimes referred to as “major” when students are transferring to a 4 year institution.
During the first week of the quarter and first week of registration calendar availability changes. Instead of being able to see availability two weeks in advance, the calendar will open up one day at a time. This means that students will be able to schedule appointments the day of on a first come first serve basis. We advise waking up at 8 am to book an appointment with an advisor so you can be seen that day.
Quick questions may include topics such as…
If you have quick questions please submit a ticket or call our office at 425-564-2212 and our team will respond within 48 business hours. Be sure to select “Academic Advising” in the drop down menu.
Updates by Sloane Hunt