Are you having trouble finding a carpool to campus? Do you have friends who would like to carpool? The Office of Sustainability’s Ridematch program challenges students to try alternative transportation or at the least split the costs of commuting to save both time and money. The BC Ridematch site allows students to add themselves to …more about BC Ridematch Hosts First Meet & Greet Event
With May coming to a close, Cascade Bicycle Club’s Bike Month Challenge is shifting down for the final stretch. In Washington alone, over 15 thousand people participated logging 1,915,818 miles so far. Bellevue College’s team rocked it this year! The 15 active participants logged 272 one-way trips totaling a whopping 1,990 miles and burned an …more about How BC Rose to the Bike Month Challenge
There are some great activity options available to students, staff and faculty this Spring. Take advantage of these adventure opportunities made available by the BC Wellness Center, Student Programs, Human Resources and the Wilderness Skills Certificate Program. Events require advanced REGISTRATION online at BC Wellness Center Website. The best $5 Ever Spent! NEW Spring Quarter …more about Backpacking, Canoeing, Biking! Exciting Events in the BC Wellness Center
Public Transportation Long Range Planning: What is the future of transportation in our region? King County Metro is undertaking long-range planning efforts. The goal of the planning initiative is to determine how Metro will meet the future needs of the region in response to changes in population, economy, technology, and education. Bellevue College can contribute …more about What is the future of transportation in our region?
The Council heard loud and clear from Bellevue College yesterday for the Public Testimony on the proposed cuts.
As a result of high demand on campus, the Office of Sustainability, PALS center, and the Sustainable Foods Group have partnered to organize a weekly Fresh Produce Market!
Yesterday Metro sent a service change ordinance to the King County Council that cuts service for Bellevue College’s most heavily used route, the 271, which serves over 900 students, employees and visitors daily.
Today was the Bellevue College Associated Student Government’s BBQ and Student Government elections and if you didn’t notice the courtyard of campus was filled with voters, groups, local companies and lots of fabulous food trucks!
What is all the buzz about electric cars lately? Come visit the upcoming Transportation Fair and speak with electric vehicle owners to find out if you might be going electric soon too!
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