The Academic Success Center (ASC) assists students in successfully completing their college courses through one-on-one, group tutoring, workshops and classes.
ASC services include
The Business Center provides place to find campus event information, pick up student ID cards, buy discounted movie tickets, access computer kiosks, find Metro bus information or purchase supplies.
Students and community members can find career planning and job search assistance in the Center for Career Connections. The Center provides one-on-one career advising, classes and workshops, work-study and internship opportunities, and many computerized resources.
Career Education Options (CEO)
CEO is a program for students 16-20 years old, without a high school diploma, who wish to gain job skills and education. Many fees are covered by the program.
Academic, career, and personal counseling services and credit classes are available to all enrolled BC students.
DRC provides advocacy and classroom accommodations, including specialized materials, technology and equipment for students with documented disabilities.
Phone: 425-564-2498 or 425-564-6189 (TTY line)
The Early Learning Center provides affordable, quality childcare to children ages 3 months to 7 years, an on-site Head Start program, and resources and classes for parents.
Location: Building Q
Advisors, counselors and resources are available for students who wish to transfer to a four-year university, pursue a career or are undecided about their major.
Phone: (425) 564-2437
This office processes applications for graduation and approves official awarding of a degree or certificate.
Phone: (425) 564-3106
This department provides resources and financial assistance to eligible individuals. Sources of aid include loans, grants and work-study jobs.
Phone: (425) 564-2227
In addition to traditional library resources, the LMC provides access to electronic periodicals, research assistance, books and publications, computers with Internet connections, material reservation, media lab, study rooms and other helpful resources.
Phone: (425) 564-2252
MCS provides culturally-sensitive academic and support services to BC students. MCS services include outreach, advising, counseling, cultural events planning, and curriculum and policy development.
Phone: (425) 564-2208
This office supports international students who plan to enroll in college credit classes, Intensive English/University Preparation, non-credit ESL classes or other special programs. Staff assist with admissions, advising, health and insurance issues, student activities, housing referrals and more.
Location: House 6
Phone: (425) 564-3185
You may not register for English or math classes or for classes with an English or math requirement until you establish your placement. Learn more about placement, GED, and other testing services.
Phone (425) 564-2243
The Public Safety department provides round-the-clock campus security and manages traffic safety, parking, crime prevention, and emergency preparedness and response. Dial 564-2400 for any on-campus emergency.
Phone: (425) 564-2400
Public high school juniors and seniors can earn tuition-free college credit while finishing high school. Classes are held on the BC campus.
Phone: (425) 564-2026
Student Programs provides educational and community-building programs for BC students and house these programs: ASBC student government, Campus Activities Board, Commencement Committee, New Student Orientation and the Campus Information Center.
Phone: (425) 564-6150
Student Service Center/Building
The Student Services Building provides students with a central location for campus services and resources including the Student Service Center, enrollment, registration, academic advising, specialized student services, financial aid, and career services. The Building can be the first stop to locate answers to general questions, directions or additional resources.
Location: Building B
Phone: (425) 564-2227
The Service Desk is a one-stop for technology help and news.
Phone: (425) 564-HELP
TRiO provides academic and personal support for eligible students who are first-generation college students, low-income students, or students with a documented disability. Services include tutoring, study skills, advocacy, laptop computer lending, activities and transfer assistance.
Phone: (425) 564-5745
The Veterans Affairs Office assists veterans, reservists, dependents, and VA chapter 31 students with eligibility questions, as well as SE Asian and Persian Gulf waivers.
Phone: (425) 564-2220
The Women’s Center provides one-on-one coaching assistance, resources and referrals, scholarship information, group advising, and career transition and life planning classes for students and community members.
Phone: (425) 564-2279
Workforce Education programs help eligible individuals get the skills they need to enter or re-enter the workforce. All training programs include advising, career planning, connections to additional funding sources, assistance with Financial Aid and related agencies.
Phone: (425) 564-4054
Last Updated February 25, 2020