The Neurodiversity Center (B131) will be operating remotely from Friday, March 24 through Monday, April 3. We will return to on-campus operations at the beginning of Spring Quarter, Tuesday, April 4. To reach us in the meantime, you can:

email icon Email us at asn@bellevuecollege.edu.

text icon Text Us at (833) 227-4551

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The Neurodiversity Center (B131) is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for all neurodivergent Bellevue College students. (Faculty and staff are also welcome!)

We are not currently open to the public. Space may be limited due to social distancing. Properly worn KF94, KN95, or N95 masks are required.

You can email, text, or chat with us on Teams also.

If you are a neurodivergent student who needs a safe space, come use our Quiet Room. Please come by to check availability if you are unable to contact us via the methods above.

As an educational program of the Center for Career Connections as part of the R.I.S.E. Learning Institute, the Neurodiversity Navigators (formerly Autism Spectrum Navigators) program offers educational opportunities along with individualized advocacy and access services for Neurodivergent Bellevue College students.

Students who have met the College admission requirements must follow the steps on the Future Students page by the deadlines listed, including filling out an application form and meeting with us individually to discuss your interest in the program.

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

Note: Program Entry is Summer only. Current students please see our Current Student page for available supports. Incoming students, we look forward to seeing you starting at our Information Sessions in January 2023!

For more information, see Program Information or view the videos on our Information Session page.

The Neurodiversity Navigators 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.

Recent News:

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