ASN provides advocacy, communication support, and cohort educational opportunities to all BC students who identify as autistic or neurodivergent.
DRC provides advocacy and classroom accommodations, including specialized materials, technology and equipment for students with documented disabilities.
The Early Learning Center provides affordable, quality childcare to children ages 3 months to 7 years, an on-site Head Start program, and resources and classes for parents.
MCS provides culturally-sensitive academic and support services to BC students. MCS services include outreach, advising, counseling, cultural events planning, and curriculum and policy development.
Title IX addresses concerns and provides protection from discrimination extends to faculty, staff and students and includes such things as: sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, gender-identity and pregnancy. It also prohibits retaliation against anyone who makes or participates in a complaint. The TitleIX Office is here to support individuals while they are connected to campus.
TRiO provides academic and personal support for eligible students who are first-generation college students, low-income students, or students with a documented disability. Services include tutoring, study skills, advocacy, laptop computer lending, activities and transfer assistance.
Bellevue College’s Veterans Program is designed to assist military service members and their families with their journey through college, career and beyond.
Workforce Education programs help eligible individuals get the skills they need to enter or re-enter the workforce. All training programs include advising, career planning, connections to additional funding sources, assistance with Financial Aid and related agencies. Workforce Education services include:
The goal of ATD at Bellevue College is to ensure that educational equity is an everyday practice and that all students, regardless of background, can achieve their academic goals.
Last Updated May 26, 2019