Our mission is to serve all enrolled students in general and students of color, lesbian/gay/transgender students, first generation, refugee and immigrant student sat Bellevue College. We will assist you in reaching your academic goals and have a fulfilling college experience at BC. We can help you find the right answers in many important areas.
In our general resources provided by BC, we have resources including Asian American Resources, Childcare, Clothing Assistance, Counseling, Cultural Services, Employment, Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Governmental Agencies, Homeless Resources, Housing, Hygiene Items, Immigration/Citizenship, Legal Services, Medical/Dental, and Transportation.
Are you balancing a combination of school, work, and life? Are you working hard, but still having a difficult time keeping up with bills and the rising cost of living? United Way of King County’s Benefits Hub will help you get by, get ahead, and stay ahead so that you can achieve your college and career goals.
Looking to finance your college education or find other ways to pay for your tuition? Scholarships are a great option that do not have to be paid back.
Additional Resource Referrals
To contact the Washington Information Network -Referral Database Service please dial 2-1-1 or click the link 2-1-1.
24-Hour Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222
Last Updated October 3, 2022