BC Discovery Day (February 10) Schedule

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Information Session Schedule

(Subject to change)

Sessions Starting at 10 a.m.

¡Descubre el camino al éxito en BC! | 45 minutes | U109: ¡Descubre el camino al éxito en BC! Te invitamos a aprender como iniciar tu camino hoy. Nuestra sesión cubre todo, desde admisiones, como cubrir tus gastos, y por que BC es la opción perfecta para ti.

Sessions Starting at 10:30 a.m.

Career Education | 30 minutes | U303: Explore the different offerings available under the Career Education Options (CEO) program to students 16 – 21 years old who do not possess a high school diploma.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit | 30 minutes | U207: Learn all about the CTE dual credit program and registration process. Q&A to follow..

General Admissions | 40 minutes | U109: Discover your path to success at BC. This comprehensive session covers everything from admission to funding options and reviews the reasons why BC is the perfect choice for you.

Nursing Pathway Program | 45 minutes | U208/U209: Join us for this comprehensive session covering everything you need to begin your time at Bellevue College, from admission and enrollment steps to navigating financial aid and funding options. You’ll leave equipped with the knowledge and resources to take the next steps toward your goals. This session has something for everyone looking to succeed.

Running Start 2024 | 60 minutes | U312: Discover how to enroll in the 2024 Fall Quarter Running Start. Students must be a current high school sophomore or junior to apply. Students and families are welcome to attend. There will be a review of the Running Start program, how it works, and admission steps. Q&A to follow.

Sessions Starting at 11 a.m.

Occupational & Life Skills Program | 11 a.m | U207: Occupational & Life Skills Bellevue College (OLSBC) is an associate degree program for students with learning disabilities. In BC’s uniquely supportive skills-based program, students apply academic knowledge through community activities, service learning, and social experiences. Students identify a career pathway, gain marketable, workplace-ready competencies, develop better interpersonal skills, and complete an internship in alignment with their career goals.

Radiation Therapy VERT Activity | 11 a.m – 1 p.m. (Open session where people can come and go) | T216: Staff will present an ongoing demonstration on Radiation Therapy using BC’s 3D VERT (Virtual Environment Radiation Therapy). Q&A session to follow.

Sessions Starting at 11:30 a.m.

First-Year Seminar: Required for Transfer Students | 30 minutes | U303: Find out how to take First-Year Seminar, a 3-unit requirement for most transfer associate degree-seeking students. The seminar arms students with the necessary skills and resources for a strong start with their college career.

Puente Program | 45 minutes | U208/U209: Puente is a nationally recognized program that focuses on the success of Latinx students. This session will allow prospective students and families to learn about what Puente at BC offers, including services, community building, and testimonials from past Puente students.

Sessions Starting at 11:45 a.m.

Running Start 2024 | 60 minutes | U312: Discover how to enroll in the 2024 Fall Quarter Running Start. Students must be a current high school sophomore or junior to apply. Students and families are welcome to attend. There will be a review of the Running Start program, how it works, and admission steps. Q&A to follow.

Sessions Starting at 12:30 p.m.

General Admissions | 40 minutes | U109: Discover your path to success at BC. This comprehensive session covers everything from admission to funding options and reviews the reasons why BC is the perfect choice for you.

STEM to Stern Program | 30 minutes | U302: STEM to Stern is a cohort program for motivated BC students pursuing a bachelor’s degree and career in STEM. Throughout the program, students take a series of courses where they learn skills and make connections critical for their transition from student to professional. Attendees will hear an overview of the program, curriculum topics, and eligibility criteria.

Neurodiversity Navigators | 45 minutes | U303: Learn about the Neurodiversity Navigators cohort program, designed specifically to support students who identify as neurodivergent. Explore program features, including peer mentoring and strengths-based career preparation educational programming that focuses on essential skills (e.g., executive functioning, self-advocacy, self-regulation, social interaction, etc.).

Sessions Starting at 1 p.m.

Health Sciences and Wellness Bachelors Programs | 45 minutes | U207: The Health Sciences, Education, and Wellness Institute is home to six bachelor’s degree programs. Learn about the application processes for each program and get your questions answered by program staff.

Running Start 2024 | 60 minutes | U312: Discover how to enroll in the 2024 Fall Quarter Running Start. Students must be a current high school sophomore or junior to apply. Students and families are welcome to attend. There will be a review of the Running Start program, how it works, and admission steps. Q&A to follow.

Computer Science or Software Development | 30 minutes | U109: In this information session, we will discuss the differences between the computer science and software development pathways. This will help students make an informed decision about which pathway they should pursue. Join us to learn more about these degree programs and how to start your journey in this field.

Sessions Starting at 1:15 p.m.

Disabled Students Navigating STEM (DSNS) | 45 minutes | U303: Learn about Disabled Students Navigating STEM (DSNS), an educational cohort program that accelerates the growth of students in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, as they pursue any STEM-related degree at Bellevue College. DSNS connects students with disabled industry mentors and supports them in exploring their disabled identity, practicing self-advocacy, navigating college, interviews, and the workplace with a disability, among other things.

Campus Tours

  • Campus Tours start at U120 (1st floor U-building) and will last around 50 to 55 minutes.
  • Tours will start at: 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 12:30 p.m., and 1 p.m.

Housing Tours

  • Housing tours are held between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Stop by the Housing Office in the BC Residence Hall to request a tour.