We provide services, resources, and college opportunities to enhance a student’s academic, cultural, social, and career development.
The Autism Spectrum Navigator program provides advocacy, communication support, and cohort educational opportunities to all B.C. students who identify as autistic or neurodivergent.
The Disability Resource Center 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 with resources and classes for parents.
The Multicultural Services Program provides culturally-sensitive academic and support services to B.C. students. MCS services include: outreach, advising, counseling, cultural events planning, and curriculum & policy development.
- SB 5166: Providing religious accommodations for postsecondary students, Bellevue responding policy is Policy 2950.
- Purpose: Reasonable Accommodations for Reasons of Faith and Conscience: Students who will be absent from course activities due to reasons of faith or conscience may seek reasonable accommodations so that grades are not impacted.
- Requests are expected to be made:
- within the first two weeks of the course, and
- directed to the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, B232
- In the event you feel you are being discriminated against based on faith or conscious, you may report your concern. If you would like more information or explaination, please refer to the procedures outlined in the college’s Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Policy (1440P).
The Title IX or Title 9, is an office that addresses gender-based discrimination and includes such behaviors 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.
TRiO provides academic and personal support for eligible students who are first-generation college students, students with low-income, or students with a documented disability. Services include tutoring, study skills, advocacy, laptop computer lending, activities and transfer assistance.
The Veterans Program is designed to assist military service members and their families with financial services, academic planning, college experiences, and career search.
Workforce Education is a program that helps eligible individuals to get skills needed 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:
An open pantry that provides can and dry foods, hygiene products, and baked goods. It serves all students, faculty and staff on campus.
- Food assistance – Bags of nonperishable food are available in our front lobby (B131).
- Free Personal Finance Workshops and 1:1 Financial Coaching (call 425-564-4054 for schedule).
- Energy assistance – Hopelink staff visit B131 once a month to help qualifying individuals apply for energy assistance programs, LIHEAP and PSE HELP; more information about the programs and eligibility can be found on Hopelink’s website.
Stop by for information to help navigate around campus. We’re staffed by students! We offer campus ID Cards,drop-in computer lab, limited free printing, lockers, and more. We can also help add funds to your campus printing account.
We are served by a number of bus lines running throughout the area, check the Bellevue College Bus and Bicycle Map.
The Associated Student Government (ASG) represents your interest and serves within governing committees. These committees influence the direction of college projects and impact the lives of students.
Last Updated October 13, 2019