Are you a Bellevue College student taking an online or hybrid course for the first time? This free workshop is for you! Dates: Wednesday, December 27th through Saturday, December 30th What is it? This free, non-credit workshop, held online, over four consecutive half-days, is designed for students who are new to online learning at Bellevue …more about Online workshop information
Follow the directions below to find courses and descriptions Step 1: Starting at the Bellevue College homepage, select the “Classes” tab at the top of the page, as depicted in the image below. Step 2: Under the title, “Browse Credit Courses”, select the quarter you want to enroll in. For example, Fall 2016 as …more about Finding Online Courses
Step 1: Be Sure to Create your NetID Account Your NetID account can be used to log in to your e-mail, campus computers, MyBC portal, online classes and more. NetID Management Step 2: Purchase your Books If you buy your books online, be sure to place your order in advance so your books arrive before …more about Before You Begin
Many students take online classes because they have busy work and live schedules and they need to have flexible learning opportunities. While online learning does allow flexibility and mobility, it is not easy. We compile a list of myths and facts, associated with online learning: Myth: Online classes are easier. Fact: Online classes are not …more about Myths about Online Learning
Print vs. Online In an online educational environment, you are probably going to do more reading than listening. You may do some of your reading in printed form, an assigned novel or textbook, but some of it might also be online in the form of a webpage. Reading online isn’t the same as reading in …more about How to be Successful
Bellevue College developed a variety of resources to support you on every step of your educational journey. Below you will find more information on the different areas of Bellevue College student support for students in an Online, Hybrid or a Face-2-Face class on campus.
Is Bellevue College Accredited? Yes, Bellevue College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Accreditation Information. How much does it cost? Students taking online courses will pay an eLearning fee of $52.50 per 5-credit course. Students taking hybrid and web enhanced courses do not pay an eLearning fee. General college fees apply …more about Frequently Asked Questions