Bellevue College Wi-Fi
The Bellevue College Wi-Fi network is available throughout the Bellevue College Main Campus as well as at its North Campus locations. For those who have configured their Wi-Fi device for eduroam, you can also access the Wi-Fi at other participating school locations.
The College Wi-Fi is setup into two networks, “BC”, which is our open Wi-Fi, and “eduroam”, which is our authenticated and secured Wi-Fi connection. Connecting to eduroam takes a few more minutes to setup, but allows for easier troubleshooting of issues as well as connectivity to other participating college networks worldwide. Instructions on setting up eduroam.
Printing on Wi-Fi
If you are a student, it is possible to print while on the Wi-Fi network to one of three locations (D101, D126 (Library) and N250. From a laptop you can follow this KB article to use the Papercut web print console to upload and print your document.
We also are testing print by email. If you would like to give it a try, attach the file (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, XPS or Image) to an email and send it from your Bellevue College email account to one of the following addresses. Upon receipt, the server will send you an email confirmation with a link to use to send the job to the hold queue. The only caveat is the file must be under 35 megabytes in size.
BW Printing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Color Printing: email@example.com
Once it has been confirmed, you need only go to a lab with a release station to release the job.
If you are having problems connecting to the Wi-Fi network, or are having other Wi-Fi related issues, please contact the Bellevue College Service Desk. The service desk website, bellevuecollege.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/Home/, has different ways, including in person, to help get you going. When making your request, the more information given the better we can assist.
Suggested information: Location you were at when having the problem (a nearby room number helps), the date and time you had the problem, which network you were connected to (BC, eduroam), the site you were trying (if a particular site was seeming to have an issue). If you can provide either the MAC address of your computer, or the local IP of your computer when you were connected, that will help us with the issue.