Advising

International Education (IE) Advisors

The International Education (IE) and Global Initiatives division has advisors just for international students.  IE Advisors will provide information to make a successful academic plan.  IE Advisors also have specific knowledge related to F-1 immigration rules and regulations and can specifically help you with the following:

  • immigration rules and regulations
  • cultural and life adjustment issues
  • the U.S. education system
  • the U.S. health care / medical system and insurance

To make an appointment with an IE Advisor, please call the front desk at (425) 564-3185 or locate your advisor below and contact them directly: 

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Aidrien Wilkins
International Student Advisor
Advising College Students with Last Name starting with letter “K” to “Q”
Email: Aidrien.Wilkins@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-3046

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Angela Leung
International Student Adivsor
Advising College Students with Last Name starting with letter “R” to “Z”
Email: Aleung@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-3074

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Carla Honkanen
International Student Advisor
Advising College Students with Last Name starting with letter “A” to “J”
Email: Carla.Honkanen@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-2505

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Bradley Huggins
Assistant Director of International Advising and Engagement
Special Immigration Cases and Low Academic Support
Email: b.huggins@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-3073

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Heather Woods
International Student Advisor
Advising All Intensive English, LEAP program, and International Business Professions (IBP) Students
Email: Heather.Woods@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-2002

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Kathryn Pappas
Assistant Director of Admissions and International High School Completion
Advising All International High School Completion Students
Email: Kathryn.Pappas@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-3221

Major / Department Advisors

Major or Department Advisors typically help students to understand specific information about their major or program, including:

  • class planning and proper course selection
  • educational and career exploration
  • university transfer admission and major department requirements
  • BC degree and certificate requirements

The Academic Advising Office is located on the second floor of the B Building. For more information about Academic Advising click here: Meet an Academic Advisor

Last Updated June 23, 2020