APPLICATIONS DUE BY FEBRUARY 29TH MIDNIGHT. Student Scholarships WSRA invites students interested in the recycling industry to apply for scholarships to attend our 36th Annual Conference and Trade Show as a part of our Student Guest Program! May 15-18, 2016 Wenatchee Convention Center | Wenatchee, WA With the support from our generous sponsors, …more about Washington State Recycling Association 36th Annual Conference: Apply Now!
It’s approaching that time of year again- Earth Week is here! In the spirit of environmental literacy, the Office of Sustainability, Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC), and Sustainability and Science Association (SSA), are sponsoring the seventeenth annual Earth Week – a week of lectures, demonstrations, information booths, prizes, videos, and music! In order to make it happen though, WE …more about Earth Week is Back!
Interested in sustainability? Want to learn more and become a voice for sustainability on campus? Apply to go to the Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (OHESC). The Office of Sustainability is accepting applications for students to go to Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon February 3 to 5th (leave on the 3rd in the afternoon, return on the 5th in the afternoon). All …more about Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference!
Throughout the month of October, Bellevue College has hosted a number of exciting and educational events relating to bike commuting! As part of our campus wide push toward alternative transportation. Single occupancy vehicles are Bellevue College’s biggest contributor to carbon emissions, a problem which can be alleviated by more students transitioning away from their vehicles …more about Bike Events Continue! Ride in the Rain & Brake Maintenance Workshop
There are great events and programs scheduled this Fall Quarter at Bellevue College. Bellevue College is an open access institution, and practices a mission to provide education to all students who seek it. Inviting and retaining students requires that Bellevue College address the emerging challenges that limit the futures of the student population. Departments and …more about Fall 2015 Social Justice Events
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.