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Everett ends BC’s season with 8-6 win at NWAC Tourney

Scorebord image showing Everett beating Bellevue 8-6 in the NWAC Baseball Championships

North Region rival Everett snapped a 6-6 tie with to runs in the seventh inning on Saturday to post an 8–6 victory over the Bulldogs in an elimination bracket game at the NWAC Baseball Championships, ending BC’s season.

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BC coach Francis, softball staff named National NFCA NWAC Coaching Staff of the Year

Bellevue College softball coach Leah Francis

Behind a NWAC regular season title and a third-place finish at the league championships, Bellevue College head coach Leah Francis, along with assistant coaches Sarah Hyatt and Danielle Orvella have been named the 2016 NFCA NWAC National Coaching Staff of the Year, announced the Association on Friday afternoon.

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BC volunteers pitch in to beautify neighborhood park

BC’s crew of volunteers gets instruction on invasive plant removal at Robinswood Park from Paul Anderson of the City of Bellevue’s Forest Management Program during BC Cares Day.

More than 50 members of the Bellevue College community – students, faculty, staff, families and friends – turned out on a rainy Saturday morning for the first annual BC Cares Day for a beautification project at nearby Robinswood Park.

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Bellevue College’s Science Division invites community to open house

family enjoys hands-on science

June 4 event will feature science-related activities for all ages Bellevue College’s Science Division and SAMI (Science And Math Institute) will host an open house for the community on Saturday, June 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a variety of over 50 hands-on, fun, educational activities and demonstrations in science, technology, engineering, and math. The ...

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Demand for computer science forces Washington colleges to ramp up

And now students at Bellevue College may be able to major in computer science as well: The school this year won approval from the state Legislature to offer a bachelor of science in the subject starting this fall.

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Drag Bingo coming to Bellevue College

Adé A Cônnére

Adé A Cônnére to host fundraising event The Bellevue College Foundation is pleased to present “BC BINGO – Not Your Grandma’s BINGO,” with drag host Adé A Cônnére Wednesday, June 1 on the Bellevue College campus. Proceeds from the event will benefit the BC Foundation. WHAT:  “BC BINGO – Not Your Grandma’s BINGO,” with drag host Adé ...

Help us cheer on Bellevue College Baseball – Saturday, May 14

Dylan Vchulek at bat

Note: Game changed to Saturday, May 14 from Sunday, May 15 as originally scheduled. Free event includes complimentary refreshments, hot dogs The Bellevue College Foundation is hosting a “BC Quarterly,” donor and community appreciation event, on Saturday, May 14 to help cheer on the Bellevue Bulldog baseball team as they face off against Skagit Valley Community College. BC ...

Video Game Tourney to spread message of Autism Acceptance

Community can learn about condition that affects hundreds of thousands in U.S. Bellevue College will hold the fifth-annual Autism Acceptance Video Game Tournament during National Autism Awareness Month on Saturday, April 9 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. to increase understanding about autism and raise community awareness of its innovative Autism Spectrum Navigators program. Admission to the ...

Bellevue College to host U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors

Poster announcing US Army Jazz band concert at BC

Free concert brings big band swing, bebop, Latin, popular tunes, and more to Bellevue The U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors will play a free concert Tuesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in the Courter Family Athletic Pavilion on the Bellevue College (BC) campus. The Jazz Ambassadors is the official touring big band of the United States Army. The ...

Spring enrollment is ON at Bellevue College

students in a class at BC

Affordable, convenient classes provide education to help launch careers Bellevue College (BC), the third largest educational institution in Washington State, is currently enrolling students for spring quarter classes that begin April 4, 2016. As a leader in workforce development, BC offers an affordable path to degrees that help residents of the Eastside and the Puget Sound ...