Creating and sustaining a safe inclusive environment requires everyone’s help and commitment. The referral information on this page offers ways to identify and share a concern or to seek support.
If this is an emergency, please call 911.
For an immediate response to other situations, call Public Safety (425-564-2400). Fill out a referral form after any immediate action is taken.
- BC’s Early Alert Program, a student success initiative, proactively integrates and coordinates campus programs, support services, faculty, and staff in support of closing the equity gap.
- Faculty are encouraged to share academic based concerns such as lack of attendance, low performance on tests, missed classes or assignments, or COVID-19 related technology access.
- Concerns will be routed to Melissa Martinez, Academic Advisor and Integrated Student Supports Workgroup Lead. Melissa will coordinate outreach efforts to contact and support the student.
- This form is to share information for COVID-19 contact tracing when an individual has been on-campus.
- If you have questions regarding this form, please contact email@example.com. Employees should contact BC Human Resources for contact tracing and support.
- Faculty, student and staff are encouraged to share concerning, worrisome, or threatening behaviors with the CARE Team using the CARE Team Online Referral Form.
- If you have questions about the CARE Team, please contact Steven Martel (Counseling) or Megan Kaptik (Student Conduct).
- Title IX protection from discrimination extends to faculty, staff, students and visitors.
- To report possible relationship violence, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, or stalking, use this Online Referral Form.
- For additional reporting options, visit www.bellevuecollege.edu/titleix/how/fileacomplaint/.
- If you have questions, please contact the Office of Title IX.
- This reporting form may be used by anyone who is victimized by or witnesses an incident that may be a hate crime or incident of bias that would have a serious impact on groups or individuals because of their race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender expression, sex, age, disability, or sexual orientation.
- For more information, including definitions, see Bellevue Policy 1460. Bellevue Policy 1440 or the Student Conduct Code.
- To report a bias incident or a hate crime, complete the Bias Incident Report Form.
- You may contact BC Human Resources at 425-564-2274 to file a report on discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. Bellevue College is an Equal Opportunity employer in accordance with applicable federal and state laws and regulations.
- Additional reporting options include Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, Washington State Human Rights Commission and the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights.
- If you have questions, contact the Office of Equity and Pluralism or BC Human Resources.
- Academic dishonesty includes cheating, plagiarism, or fabricating data on an academic assignment.
- To report alleged academic dishonesty or misconduct, please use the Academic Dishonesty Report Form.
- If you have questions about whether a behavior is a possible violation, please contact the Manager of Student Conduct.
- Violations of the BC Student Conduct Code not listed above include behaviors such as classroom disruption, use of alcohol/drugs, vandalism, or physical assault.
- To report alleged student misconduct, please use the CARE Team Online Referral Form.
- If you have questions about whether a behavior is a possible violation, please see the BC Student Conduct Code or contact the Manager of Student Conduct.
Child or Vulnerable Adult Abuse or Neglect
If someone tells you about abuse of anyone under 18, report. If someone tells you about abuse of a vulnerable adult, report. Examples include, but are not limited to, reports of a child,/student under age 18/vulnerable adult being aggressively grabbed and slapped, or a student under the age of 18/vulnerable adult submits a poem suggesting sexual abuse.
- To report abuse or neglect contact Child Protective Services or Adult Protective Services.
- Call 9-1-1 if a child or adult is in an emergency situation.
- You may also call 1-866-ENDHARM (1-866-363-4276). This number is TTY-accessible.
- Call BC Counseling Center at 425-564-5747.
- Call BC Human Resources at 425-564-2274 to assist you in the reporting process.
Environment, Health, and Safety Concerns
Lights out in parking lots? Broken or loose tiles in court yard? Loose railing? Cracked sidewalks? The BC Safety Committee works toward a safe and healthful environment at the college for all faculty, staff, students, and community at large; and to oversees health and safety issues for the campus.
- Report concerns via email to the BC Safety Committee.
- If it is an immediate, emergency safety hazard, please contact Public Safety at 425-564-2400.
- To submit a concern, use the CARE Team Online Referral Form.