I advise for the Information Science & Technology Pathway, primarily areas within Bellevue College’s Institute for Business & Information Technology (iBIT).
Master of Education in Student Development Administration, Seattle University; Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Western Washington University; Associate of Arts, Seattle Central College
What can Bellevue College do for you?
With a wide selection of programs for a diverse student population, Bellevue College can and will provide you with several opportunities to meet your personal and professional goals in a safe environment. In addition, with faculty and staff dedicated to student success, Bellevue College can and will provide you with copious opportunities to fully immerse yourself in the educational experience, through active engagement with the campus community.
What advice would I give a student?
Start building relationships with the campus community, including faculty, staff, and other students, at the very beginning of your educational journey. The campus is full of highly knowledgeable and experienced individuals whose primary responsibility is to help you succeed. And, I think developing solid personal and professional relationships throughout your time at Bellevue College (and after) will make your educational journey much more rewarding and meaningful. So, take advantage of the many relationship-building opportunities available to you, and always feel free to ask for help!
Also, when working toward your larger/long-term goals, take it one step at a time. Setting smaller/more manageable goals can help to alleviate some of the stress/anxiety you may experience throughout your educational journey.
Finally, DO YOUR BEST!
I enjoy playing and watching tennis, listening to and singing R&B music, watching horror movies, eating ice cream, traveling the world, and spending time on the beach, at the park, or anywhere near the water.
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Tennis and Billboard charts.
“Live in the moment!”