Community & Visitors
We invite you to visit our beautiful campus and learn about our many programs, services, and student activities. Our programs encompass four-year bachelor's degrees, two-year associate degrees, and professional-technical certificates. Additionally, we offer classes and courses for the community. We look forward to welcoming you!
3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Bellevue, WA 98007
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Come Visit our Campus!
Bellevue College is a vibrant campus in the stunning Pacific Northwest, just eight miles east of Seattle. It offers students the perfect blend of a serene campus and a thriving city.Take a Tour
The Community Education unit of Bellevue College is a place to explore hobbies and interests. With an array of courses in art and design, personal enrichment, and world languages, Community Education is a premier option for residents of all ages including teens and retirees throughout the Puget Sound.
We offer many classes to help you improve literacy skills, earn a GED® (high school equivalency) or learn English. Fee-based intensive English and non-credit community ESL classes are available for international students.
Children & Parents
Discover opportunities for learning and fun in our parent education classes, kids camps, and Childcare Center.
In the heart of the Pacific Northwest tech hub, Tombolo Institute offers forward-looking professional training designed for today’s lifestyles and the future of work.
View all of our for-credit classes in our online class schedule
Bellevue College Program Helps Neurodiverse Students Navigate School | King-TV
Bellevue College program helps neurodiverse students navigate school.
Bellevue College Team Garners Top Spot in National DECA Competition | 425
Bellevue College’s DECA team was recognized as national champions for the ninth year in a row at the Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference from April 15-18 in Orlando, Florida.
To Help Students, Some Colleges Provide Double the Teachers | ABC News
Teachers say students who need extra help in subjects can struggle to learn if the content is taught in an abstract, isolated manner.
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