Student Health Assessment Directions

Bellevue College Flu Team

Training Objectives

  • Know the expectations for coming to campus
  • Learn how to complete the Online Health Assessment
  • Learn the next steps and requirements for coming to campus
  • Read responses to frequently asked questions

Expectations for Coming to Campus

Prior to coming to campus, students MUST: 

  • Have a scheduled class or official College business to conduct on campus.
  • Complete and submit an online health assessment each day they come to campus.

When on campus, students MUST:

  • Check in at the appropriate health screening location before entering a building.
  • Wear a mask (except through an approved reasonable DRC accommodation).
  • Maintain physical distance of six feet from others.

Completing the Online Health Assessment

Step 1: BC Campus Check In Page
  • To complete the Online Health Assessment, please visit: Bellevue College Campus Check-in
  • Students and employees will need to use their BC username and password to log in.
Step 2: Select Role
Example from the website of the Campus Check in Main Page
Step 3: Complete Screening Assessment
Example from the website of the questions from the health assessment

Assessment Details

1. Enter today’s date. 2. Enter anticipated arrival time and departure time. 3. Check which building you plan to visit. 4. Complete remaining yes/no questions. 5. Submit
Example from the website of the questions from the health assessment

Next Steps

Based on health assessment questionnaire answers, directions are given. If there is a health or safety concern, students will be referred to a member of the BC CARE Team for follow-up.

If You Answer No to All Symptoms

  • You may come to campus for a class or to conduct other official College business.
  • When coming to campus, remember to wear a face covering, maintain physical distancing (6ft) and wash your hands frequently.
Example from the website of the Campus Check in Main Page Covid-19 Public Health informational sheet

If You Test Positive or Are Self-Quarantining

DO NOT come to campus if:
  • You had a positive test for COVID-19 in last 14 days OR
  • You or a member of your household have been advised to self-quarantine for confirmed or suspected COVID-19 in last 14 days.
You must also:
  • Notify your instructor.
  • Complete a COVID-19 Report Form at www.bellevuecollege.edu/reportconcerns.
  • Not return to campus until you are cleared to do so by appropriate medical authorities and the CARE Team.
  • Per directives from Governor Inslee, seek medical guidance from appropriate medical authorities.

If You Have a Fever:

DO NOT come to campus if:
  • You have a fever (100.4F or higher), or sense having a fever.
You must also:
  • Notify your instructor.
  • Complete a COVID-19 Report Form at www.bellevuecollege.edu/reportconcerns.
  • Not return to campus until you are cleared to do so by appropriate medical authorities and the CARE Team.
  • Per directives from Governor Inslee, seek medical guidance from appropriate medical authorities.
Example from the website of the instructions that appear if you test positive for covid-19

If Other Symptoms are Present

DO NOT come to campus if:
  • You answered “Yes” to one or more questions AND 
  • Your symptoms can not be attributed to another condition (e.g. allergies).
You must also:
  • Notify your instructor.
  • Complete a COVID-19 Report Form at www.bellevuecollege.edu/reportconcerns.
  • Not return to campus until you are cleared to do so by appropriate medical authorities and the CARE Team.
  • Per directives from Governor Inslee, seek medical guidance from appropriate medical authorities.
Example from the website of the instructions that appear if you have symptoms of covid-19

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Do I Need to Submit a Health Screening?
  • To protect the BC Community
  • To properly disinfect campus
  • To aid contact tracing
  • To comply with state guidance
Who Has Access to My Screening Answers?
  • DATE, TIME, LOCATION INFORMATION
    • Campus Operations
    • Building Health Screening Location
    • Supervisor
    • Human Resources
  • NAME & IF CLEAR TO COME TO CAMPUS
    • Building Health Screening Location
    • Supervisor
    • Human Resources
  • ANSWERS TO INDIVIDUAL HEALTH QUESTIONS
    • Human Resources
How Is My Personal Information Protected?
  • Health response data are kept confidential. A limited number of staff on the BC CARE Teamhas access if needed.
  • Per Proclamation 20-64, no personally identifiable information gathered for contact tracing purposes is released.
  • Records will be maintained until no longer needed, then destroyed.
What Do I Do If I Forget to List a Location?
  • Students can make multiple submissions.
  • Complete a new online health assessment if you forget a location or go somewhere unexpected.
  • It is important to submit corrections on the same day.
What Is the CARE Team?
The CARE Team is a group of staff on campus who assist students when there is a concern or worry.   The CARE Team includes representatives from:
  • Academic Advising
  • Counseling
  • Disability Resource Center
  • Human Resources
  • International Education
  • Instructional Deans
  • Public Safety
  • Student Conduct
  • Student Affairs
What if I Entered Incorrect Information?
  • Complete a new health screening assessment with the correct information.
  • If you answered  “yes” to a symptom, but do not have any symptoms, contact the BC CARE Team immediately.
What Information Does My Instructor See?
  • Instructors can see if you completed the form and if you are cleared to come to class. 
  • Instructors do NOT see your individual health answers.

CARE Team Contact Information