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As a student success program of the Center for Career Connections as part of the R.I.S.E. Learning Institute, the Autism Spectrum Navigators (ASN) program offers individualized advocacy and access services and educational opportunities for Autistic Bellevue College students. Students who have met the College admission requirements must fill out an ASN Application form and follow the steps on the Next Steps flyer by the deadlines listed. Go to our Future Students page for more information. 

Our mission is to provide advocacy and access services for autistic students that lead to successful academic outcomes while providing educational opportunities that increase self-knowledge in the areas of executive functioning, self-regulation, social interaction, self-advocacy and career preparation; and to actively promote a campus and community environment of inclusion and understanding of students, faculty and staff with neurological differences.

Note: Deadline for Fall 2019 is July 10.

For more information, see Program Information or attend an Information Session.

The ASN program provides services separate from the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Students are encouraged to contact the DRC and may register with them for accommodations at any time during the year.

Email: asn@bellevuecollege.edu or phone: (425) 564-2764.

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Conference at BC to Help Autistic Students Navigate Collegiate, Workplace Success

Up to 200 autistic high school and college students, their family members, and the educators and professionals who support them will converge on the Bellevue College (BC) campus May 11 for a truly unique conference, “Imagine Your Future in STEM” which will focus on “Autism and STEM: Fostering Balanced and Inclusive Communities at School and …more about Conference at BC to Help Autistic Students Navigate Collegiate, Workplace Success



Autism Spectrum Navigators BC 50th Anniversary

Autism Spectrum Navigators, started in 2011 at Bellevue College, helps the college celebrate their 50th Anniversary in this one-minute video that describes the ASN program.