Learn about Bellevue College’s program providing access services to autistic students in one of our upcoming Information Sessions.
The program’s areas of focus include: Executive Functioning, Social Interaction, Self-Advocacy and Self-Regulation. Students receive individual and group support, and take academic classes designed to increase self-knowledge in career preparation and the above areas of focus. Students concurrently pursue degree paths of their choice from the wide variety of options available at Bellevue College.
Join us and bring your questions! Students, parents, educators, counselors, caregivers, and other professionals are welcome.
The 2nd Monday of each month, January – June
- January 8
- February 12
- March 12
- April 9
- May 14
- June 11
Time: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: D 106 click here for map and directions to Bellevue College; click here for a map of the campus (D106 is located between the D & C buildings, closest to Snoqualmie River Road.) Parking is free in STUDENT lots after 3 p.m. Lot 14 is the closest student lot.
Please RSVP to reserve your spot and receive handouts!
Phone: (425) 564-2764
Download an Program Flyer here.
See the Program Requirements here.
Download Next Steps here. (Note: this is currently last year’s flyer. It will be updated by January 1, 2018. Use for general guidance only and please contact us for updates and current information.)
Students may register for accommodations with the Disability Resource Center all year.
Last Updated August 27, 2017