Campus Services & Activities
We provide a variety of services for students, employees and community members. You'll find detailed information about student services offices, computing labs and our college bookstore.
Successfully map out your education with the assistance of Bellevue counselors, academic advisors and online resources.
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides free, high-quality tutoring and learning services for all students enrolled at Bellevue College. We have specialized tutoring labs for math and writing as well as drop-in tutoring for most subjects, one-on-one tutoring appointments, workshops, and resources for lending like textbooks and calculators. The mission of the ASC is to help students succeed academically and empower them to become independent, life-long learners.
- Academic Tutoring
- Math Lab
- Reading Lab
- Writing Lab
- e-Tutoring Consortium
- Now Hiring Tutors
The Athletics department offers 10 team sports which have solid reputations of being top competitors in the Pacific Northwest.
The Benefits Hub provides a range of free financial services for students, faculty and staff, including emergency assistance, personal finance tutoring, tax preparation, financial aid, and more.
Learn about service hours, quarterly book buy-back dates, and online textbook purchasing.
Campus Emergency Alerts
Bellevue College has partnered with Rave Mobile Safety to offer an emergency alert notification system called Rave Alert. The Rave Alert service delivers reliable emergency text and email messages to you anytime there is an emergency on campus that poses a safety concern for the community. Your Bellevue College email address will always receive alerts- sign up today to get text message alerts!
Center for Career Connections
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.
Center for High School Programs
Bellevue College offers diverse programs and educational alternatives to individuals aged 16 and up, whether or not they are currently enrolled in high school.
- College in the High School
- Career Education Options
- Running Start
- Summer Enrichment
- Pacific Northwest College Credit
The Counseling Center offers free, confidential, and culturally responsive personal mental health, educational, career, and drop-in crisis counseling to all enrolled students. Faculty/staff consultations regarding student mental health issues are also provided, and counselors teach Human Development (HD) classes.
Covid-19 Student Portal
This portal contains a variety of links for medical, technological, and community resources. It also has recent Student Services updates and information on spring quarter.
Disabled Students Navigating STEM
DSNS is a cohort program that accelerates the growth and identity development of disabled students in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.
Disability Resource Center
DRC provides advocacy and classroom accommodations, including specialized materials, technology and equipment for students with documented disabilities.
Early Learning Center
The Early Learning Center provides affordable, quality childcare to children ages 3 months to 6 years, an on-site Head Start program, and resources and classes for parents.
The eLearning department provides instructional design consultations to enhance online, hybrid and technology-enhanced coursework. We encourage creative application of technology through on-going faculty training. We provide Online Instructor-Led, Online Self-Paced, and Online Canvas workshops and training for students.
The Enrollment Services Office supports students from the time of admission to the college, through graduation or transfer to another college or university. Areas within Enrollment Services include registration, admission and residency, records and grades and provides official transcripts upon request.
Evaluations and Graduation
The Evaluations & Graduation Office evaluates graduation applications and determines student eligibility for the awarding of degrees and certificates. The office also evaluates official transcripts and accepts transfer credit for coursework completed at other colleges and universities.
The Financial Aid Office provides financial resources to eligible students through an evaluation process. Resources include federal, state and college funds, which includes grants, loans, scholarships, veterans’ benefits, and work study jobs.
Learn about financial assistance programs that can help you attend school.
Food Services serves the college main campus by offering a full service cafeteria and three coffee shops that serve light snacks, pastries, espresso, tea and beverages.
This department furthers awareness and appreciation for Bellevue College by building and strengthening relationships with the public and business communities, and encouraging participation in and support of college programs and initiatives. The department includes Public Relations & Communications; Marketing Services; Community Development; BC Foundation; and Website Management.
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.
ITS Training provides technology training for all members of the BC campus – students, faculty, and staff – covering a variety of technology-related topics. Visit this page to register for training, to view our video archive of past Tech-Tuesday sessions, and to learn more about technology training resources available to the BC campus.
Lead Peer Educators
The Lead Peer Educators (LPE) Program is a student leadership group that aims to advance campus services, help current/prospective students navigate campus resources, and provide hands-on experiential learning activities for new peer educators to promote student success.
Library Media Center
The BC Library has books, eBooks, magazines, course reserves, DVD’s, and electronic resources like peer-reviewed articles. You can also check out laptops, headphones, digital voice recorders, cell phone chargers, calculators, and internet hotspots. Both Mac and PC computers are available, as well as printers. Librarians are available 24/7 via our Ask a Librarian page, they can help you with research, evaluating your sources, and citations. The Library has many study areas, including quiet study spaces, and study rooms. You will need to reserve your study space in the Library, to do so click on the “Schedule a Library Space” button.
Multicultural Services (MCS)
MCS provides culturally-sensitive support services to BC students in the area of academic skill building development, faculty and peer mentorship, student advocacy, information sharing, connecting to resources, and community building.
Neurodiversity Navigators provides advocacy, communication support, and cohort educational opportunities to all BC students who identify as autistic or neurodivergent.
Office of Equity and Pluralism
A service organization that supports and advances the College’s commitment to diversity and pluralism.
Online Services for Students
Access all of your student online services in one place, including registration, e-mail, Canvas, schedule, request transcripts, change your pin as well as a full list registrar and graduation forms.
Get information about BC Pathways, focus areas, and degree pages. Our degree pages have new feature: course maps—plan out your courses by quarter and know the future!
Placement and Testing Services
This office offers a variety of options for students who need English and math placement or need to clear prerequisite requirements prior to registering for classes. The office also offers a variety of other tests, including the GED and provides proctoring services.
This department provides round-the-clock campus security and manages traffic safety, parking, crime prevention, and emergency preparedness and response.
Radio & TV Stations
We’re on the air—broadcasting daily on radio and television.
- 91.3 KBCS – You’ll find an eclectic mix of music and ideas on 91.3 KBCS, a self-supporting public service of Bellevue College.
- The College Channel – Explore educational programs, concerts, historical lectures and much more on the College Channel (cable channel 28). You’ll find a daily programming guide, as well as station news and announcements.
Plan your next event or meeting at Bellevue College. A range of facilities and support services are available for reasonable rates.
Through the RISE MakerSpace, you can explore new technologies, create, innovate, and build something awesome. The MakerSpace is located in in Room B237 on BC’s main campus and is free and open to all BC students.
Public high school juniors and seniors can earn tuition-free college credit while finishing high school. Classes are held on the BC campus.
Find scholarship opportunities and resources to help you get scholarships.
Social Media Directory
This page has all the social media accounts across BC—smash that subscribe button!
STEM to Stern
STEM to Stern is a 2-year-long cohort program that accelerates the growth of students in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The cohort is a supportive learning community and a powerful resource where you will learn skills and make connections that will help you succeed as a STEM student and STEM professional.
Student Business Center
The Student Business Center provides a 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.
Student Central is a one-stop hub for departments that include Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Evaluations & Graduation, and Placement and Testing Services.
Student Engagement provides educational and community-building programs for BC students as well as leadership and involvement opportunities.
If you’re a student, you have the option of living on-campus in a furnished Suite (1 or 2 bedroom) or Apartment (2 or 4 bedroom). Each unit is fully furnished and have private kitchens and bathrooms. View room layouts, amenities, community development opportunities and more!
Technology Service Desk
Get help with campus technology including a searchable online knowledge base and campus technology guides to get you started with your NetID and accessing services.
Title IX addresses concerns and provides protection from discrimination extends to faculty, staff and students and includes such things as: sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, gender-identity and pregnancy. It also prohibits retaliation against anyone who makes or participates in a complaint. The TitleIX Office is here to support individuals while they are connected to campus.
TRiO Student Support Services
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.
We provide a variety of free tutoring services to students to help them succeed in their classes.
Bellevue College’s Veterans Program is designed to assist military service members and their families with their journey through college, career and beyond.
Locate regional weather data in real-time including today’s temperature, humidity, and wind speed. Created by the college’s Meteorology department as an educational tool for science courses, this site is a valuable community resource and is one of its kind among community colleges in the Pacific Northwest.
Bellevue College’s Welcome Center provides incoming and prospective students with a variety of services to aid individuals in learning about BC and becoming part of the BC campus community. Services include outreach events, information sessions, admission advising and new student orientation.
Gym and outdoor recreational activities that are free or low cost for students.
The Bellevue College wireless network is available throughout campus. For those who have configured their wireless device for eduroam, you can also access the wireless at other participating school locations.
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.
Workforce Education services include