Learn about Bellevue College’s program providing educational, advocacy, and access services to neurodivergent 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.
Please note that in order to be included in the program, students must attend an Information Session. As with all aspects of the program, please communicate with us if this presents a barrier to you.
The 2nd Monday of each month, January – June
Time: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Pacific Time
- Monday, June 8 online only (this is the last session this year)
Webinar log-in instructions will be sent to registered guests prior to the event.
Download a Program Flyer here.
See the Program Requirements here.
Neurodiversity Navigators is separate from the Disability Resource Center, and has different deadlines. Students may register for accommodations with the Disability Resource Center all year.
When we return to campus: Location: D106 – Please note: this room is not accessible via the Library. Entrance is between the C & D buildings, at the northwest end of the D building, off Snoqualimie River Road. click here for map and directions to Bellevue College; click here for a map of the campus
*Virtual Information Sessions are available for students that live 50+ miles from campus. Please register for webinar option and we will send the link prior to the Information Session date.
Last Updated May 14, 2020