We love talking to people and can attend high school transition fairs, resource class, family/parent night, or community resource fair! Please contact us and we’ll discuss how we can support disabled students in your organization. We are happy to:
- table for questions
- present/discuss our office or transitioning to college or university disability services in general
- present/discuss on disability justice and disability pride
- serve on panels about disability
- collaborate on other ideas
We are also happy to be part of your high school group touring Bellevue College campus. Please contact the Welcome Center for a campus tour and relay you would like to have the DRC present to your group. The Welcome Center will contact us and we’ll handle things from there!
Access and Concerns
Bellevue College (BC) is committed to providing equal and appropriate access to all events, services, and buildings. If you have a concern about accessibility, please see BC’s Accessibility Page for information and reporting.
Financial Support for Disabled Students
While the DRC does not have funding for college, there are a variety of Bellevue College-related financial options:
- Bellevue College Foundation Scholarships
- The Financial Aid office
- Center for Career Connections & Women’s Center
- Multicultural Student Services
- Basic Food Employment and Training Program
- Additionally, Washington State’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation may be an option for some students.
Visit the “Nothing About Us Without Us” Disability Advocacy and Awareness Virtual Display on the Library’s Website. This collection provides resources for disabled folks—from programs within the community to library resources, including books about and by disabled people—and supports non-disabled folks in learning about and engaging with the disabled community.
Last Updated November 7, 2022