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Weekly email “What’s Up in Student Programs – May 26 edition” is out!

Students from the Taiwanese Student Association

Our weekly Spring Quarter email is in your Inbox! Including ... a heads up about our virtual Student Union (happening today!), info about becoming the Student Trustee, student spaces on campus, and more. View the full email here. Are you receiving notifications from Student Programs? Sign up for News now and get tips on what's ...more about Weekly email “What’s Up in Student Programs – May 26 edition” is out!


FREE Anime/Manga drawings

Manga cartoon

To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage month, we are offering FREE Anime/Manga drawings of our students. All you need to do is send a picture of yourself to apisa.coordinator@bellevuecollege.edu. If you want to be drawn as a character just let us know in your email! Questions? contact Jordana, apisa.coordinator@bellevuecollege.edu.


Our weekly email is out – “What’s Up in Student Programs,” May 18 edition

Students hosting their Bake Sale

Our weekly email is out, featuring an open invitation to join the Virtual Student Union e-lounge today at noon! The new e-lounge will be open every Wednesday from 12-1 PM through Spring quarter. Our staff can answer questions, listen to your feedback, and talk about the challenges of engaging your student members in a virtual ...more about Our weekly email is out – “What’s Up in Student Programs,” May 18 edition


Meet David Neiwert, author of “Strawberry Days, How Internment Destroyed a Japanese American Community”

Author David Neiwert

Following the defacement of the mural “Never Again is Now” a lot of questions were raised: "Who was Miller Freeman, and what does he have to do with the Japanese/Japanese American? What is the Japanese/Japanese American history in Bellevue? What happened to them after the war? To answer all those questions, and for us to ...more about Meet David Neiwert, author of “Strawberry Days, How Internment Destroyed a Japanese American Community”





CARES Act Funding Available to Students

Higher Education Emergency Funds are now available to students! Bellevue College students with financial hardship related to the campus closing and moving all classes and services to an online system due to the COVID-19 health crisis may qualify for emergency funds from the federal CARES Act. All currently registered students who meet the criteria are ...more about CARES Act Funding Available to Students


Register now for the Tea Discovery Class

Cups of green tea

The Asian Pacific Islander Student Association is sponsoring an online workshop to learn about tea! Pre-registration is required. Learn what tea is, where it's grown and produced, and how tea becomes the tea we buy in the store. We have room for 25 people. For more information about the workshop and to register, visit https://forms.bellevuecollege.edu/organizations/tea-discovery-class/.