Student Resources

Student Resources

Common College Resources

IT Services  : The Technology Service Desk includes technology specialists who cover campus-wide support for desktop computing, printing, lab and classroom technology, user assistance, and technology training. For help with ctcLink including enrollment, financial aid, testing, evaluations, workforce education, and other related services, contact Student Central.

Library  : This link is in the course menu bar (see left). The BC Library has books, eBooks, magazines, course reserves, DVD’s, and electronic resources like peer-reviewed articles. You can also check out laptops, headphones, digital voice recorders, cell phone chargers, calculators, and internet hotspots. Both Mac and PC computers are available, as well as printers. Librarians are available 24/7 via our Ask a Librarian page, they can help you with research, evaluating your sources, and citations. The Library has many study areas, including quiet study spaces, and study rooms. You will need to reserve your study space in the Library, to do so click on the “Schedule a Library Space” button. To access the online study guide providing library support and links to resources for the HCI program, review the Healthcare Informatics Resources page.

Academic Success Center. This link is in the course menu bar (see left).  The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides free, high-quality tutoring and learning services for all students enrolled at Bellevue College. We have specialized tutoring labs for math and writing as well as drop-in tutoring for most subjects, one-on-one tutoring appointments, workshops, and resources for lending like textbooks and calculators. The Academic Success Center includes a Writing Lab  to get feedback on your assignment or to set up a tutoring session.

Career Center. Students and community members can find career planning and job search assistance in the Center for Career Connections. The Center provides one-on-one career advising, classes and workshops, work-study and internship opportunities, and many computerized resources.

Bookstore  : The books and resources needed for courses are ordered online. There is a bookstore on the Bellevue College campus, however, this online resource is the primary site to order your books for class. You can get some books from other online resources (for example, the book for project management is also available through with a membership) The online book are available through Brytewave Course Material – this link is in the course menu bar (see left)

Financial Aid: School can be a challenge to pay for and Bellevue College has some options, Bellevue College has a Financial Services department that can set up a payment plan and the college participates in the federal financial aid program that can set up student loans, grants and work-study. There are also scholarships available, one of the students in the Healthcare Informatics program was awarded a scholarship from HIMSS last year. Bellevue College also participates in a program where out-of-state people get resident tuition and anyone who works for the state is eligible for a tuition waiver if their workplace participates in this plan..: 

BC Alerts  : Make sure you’ve signed up for BC Alerts. You’ll be sent a text to your cellphone in the case of a campus closure or major emergency.

Student Success & Retention Office: Is part of Student Affairs and has an excellent Resources page with Academic and Wellness resources. They also offer free academic coaching and support services to all student so that they can persist through to graduation.

Support Resources

Bellevue College provides a variety of services for students who report concerns or need support when things don’t go according to plan.  The following offices and services can provide support to students during difficult times.

  • Bus and ORCA Plus Program – Did you know that students may be eligible for subsidized bus transportation? ORCA Plus cards can be purchased at the Cashier’s Office (U Building).
  • Counseling Center – The Bellevue College Counseling Center offers a variety of free, confidential services to students, including personal counseling, career counseling, educational counseling, and group counseling.
  • Disability Resource Center (DRC)  – The Disability Resource Center (DRC) works with students, instructors, staff, administration and community contacts to ensure the successful academic endeavors and goals of qualified Bellevue College students with disabilities.
  • Neurodiversity Navigators – Neurodiversity Navigators works with students, instructors, staff, administration, and the community to create an accessible and welcoming environment for all neurodivergent people at Bellevue College.
  • Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion– The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion promotes a pluralistic and diverse campus community. Learn more about Bellevue College’s Institution Commitment and other resources.
  • Public Safety . – The Public Safety website provides information on safety escorts, emergency procedures lost and foundClery statistics  and more.
  • Title IX. – The Office of Title IX can address student concerns related to sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, gender-identity discrimination, and other actions that fall within the college’s obligations under Title IX. Students can contact Title IX or visit the Title IX Coordinator in C227 for reporting options.
  • Withdrawal Information. – An official withdrawal requires students to withdraw themselves from a class or classes, online or in person by the seventh week of the quarter.  Medical withdrawals. are also available. For more information, visit or contact Student Central.

The HCI program is 100% asynchoronous, which means that you can complete the work online, without having to visit the Bellevue College Campus. If you are going to visit the campus, here is some information to know:

Bellevue College is located at 3000 Landerholm Circle SE Bellevue, WA 98007-6406 USA

Map of Bellevue College:

Link to Bellevue College Public Safety:

Parking on Campus:

Before you come:  Check out the COVID-19 information and resources website page. You’ll find the latest updates from BC’s Flu Team, an archive of all campus-wide emails, and information portals for students.

Additional Campus Resources

  • Academic Advising:  We offer both in-person and online advising times, Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Check out the Academic Advisor  and Scheduling pages to find which advisor offers in-person appointments.  
  • Benefits Hub/Food Pantry:   We now offer a Food Pantry Box pick-up service. Book a pickup time on the website. Students can pick up on Tuesdays from 8am to 5pm, in the U Building, Room 111. We take walk-ins, but only while the boxes last, based on planned pickup times.    
  • Student Central:  Includes Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Placement and Testing, and Evaluations and Graduation. These offices provide in-person services Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.   
  • Library: The library offers in-person service from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday – Thursday.  You can also book study rooms in advance. The library also offers online support Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Use this link to Ask a Librarian a question 24 hours a day, five days a week!    
  • Student Computer Labs & Printing Kiosks:  Information about open student computer labs and places you can print.  
  • Student Engagement Office:  Open Monday – Thursday 8 am to 5 pm. We continue to offer remote services, students and student groups can book rooms in C-building and A265 for study and/or group meetings through the website.   
  • Student Financial Services (Cashiers):  This office handles all student accounts (tuition payments, and refunds) Payments can be made in person at Student Financial Services on the first floor of the U Building (U107) Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. Student Financial Services is available by phone (425) 564-2309 for questions and payments Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm.  
  • Workforce Education:  Workforce Education manages the Worker Retraining, Workfirst, BFET, and Opportunity Grant programs and provides in-person services in U-212 Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm.  

Last Updated January 17, 2023