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A recent announcement suggested that the government would begin to position colleges and universities based on how affordable colleges are. This new initiative takes into account not only tuition fees but how much money a student can expect to spend in an entire term on items such as student housing etc. Bellevue College ranks #10 on this list.
About 60 people gathered for the farewell reception of Bellevue College Interim President Gary Locke on the BC campus on June 20. To honor Locke, the college named a room, the “Gary F. Locke Ballroom,” in the U Building, BC’s newest building constructed in 2020. The ballroom, an event room, spans approximately 6,216 square feet and can accommodate up to 950 guests.
The AWS initiative will partner with several major companies, workforce development organizations (including Bellevue College) and international agencies to tailor technology and upskilling programs for the job market.
As part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to bolster international student mobility, including increasing the number of American students who study abroad, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), announced today that 34 U.S. colleges and universities- including Bellevue College - were awarded nearly $1.2 million in grants through the 2023 Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students (IDEAS) Program grant competition.
Bellevue College program helps neurodiverse students navigate school.
Bellevue College’s DECA team was recognized as national champions for the ninth year in a row at the Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference from April 15-18 in Orlando, Florida.
Teachers say students who need extra help in subjects can struggle to learn if the content is taught in an abstract, isolated manner.
Each year, the Washington State Association of College Trustees celebrates community and technical college students with its Transforming Lives Award, which recognizes current or former students whose lives have been transformed by chasing higher education. This year, Bellevue College student Mohamad Imran was among the six students statewide to receive the award.
Every year, the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT) honors community and technical college students with the Transforming Lives Award, which recognizes “current or former students whose lives have been transformed by pursuing higher education at a community or technical college.” Bellevue College's Mohamad Imran was recently named one of the recipients for this year.
Mohamad Imran advocated for years to get his brother Ikram out of a detention camp. Now Ikram has been reunited with Mohamad here in Western Washington.