The Neurodiversity Center is located in Building B, Room 131 (directly beneath the Planetarium and next to Public Safety) on the main Bellevue College Campus at 3000 Landerholm Circle SE.
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Please note: Please allow yourself extra time and patience to navigate construction and COVID testing zones.
Disability Parking Permits: Bellevue College provides parking spaces reserved for students, staff, and visitors with disabilities. You may park in a space reserved for persons with disabilities if your vehicle displays a valid “Disabled Persons Parking Identification Placard” issued by the state of Washington. Reserved spaces are available in most parking lots and lot C7 on the west side of campus is designated entirely for disability parking.
If you are displaying a valid state of Washington disability parking permit and there are no reserved spaces available, you may park in any other legal parking space. That is, you may park in a faculty/staff parking lot, but you may not park in bus zones, fire lanes, driveways, etc.
If you park in a reserved space without the permit showing, you can be cited with a Bellevue College parking ticket.
General Daily Parking: Daily parking is provided on the main campus (see our parking map) through pay and display pay meters. Daily parking lots are reserved for daily parking permits only. Daily permits allow you to park in any student parking lot. Contact the office or employee you are meeting with for special circumstances.
Permits are required in daily parking lots Monday through Friday 6am to 3pm. On Saturday and Sunday, parking is available in all lots (except reserved parking) without a permit or sticker.
Accessible Entries and Elevators
Bellevue College maintains an up-to-date map of accessible entry ways and elevators online. If you find information missing or inaccurate on this map or if you find an automatic door broken or poorly functioning, please contact us so we can move to resolve the problem.
Last Updated December 23, 2022