Disability Resource Center and Other Resources
Autism Spectrum Navigators Program
The Autism Spectrum Navigators program offers individualized support for Bellevue College students who have an Autism Spectrum Condition. Students who have met the College admission requirements can apply for services at the Disability Resource Center. The program serves as a reference for Bellevue College faculty and staff, offering information and training in Autism Spectrum related issues and promoting inclusion in academics, the workplace, and in the community. Visit the program’s website to find information on upcoming events and how to apply.
Disability Resource Center at Bellevue College
Spring hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: 425-564-2498 (V), 425-564-4110 (TTY)
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is dedicated to service excellence in the provision of comprehensive and flexible accommodation plans, which contribute to the successful academic endeavors of qualified students who have disabilities. The DRC also works to provide up-to-date assistive technology, and many classrooms and computer labs already have technology implemented. For more information and meet new DRC staff, visit the DRC website.
Educational Planning Advising Center
Advisors, counselors, and resources are available for students who wish to transfer to a four-year university, pursue a career, or are undecided about their major.
Center for Career Connections Events
Bellevue College offers informational sessions that provide career-related information. To register, call 425-564-2279 or come by B231 during business hours. For more information, including workshops, visit the Center for Career Connections Events website.
National Center for Women and Information Technology
NCWIT works to correct the imbalance of gender diversity in technology and computing. Increasing the number of women in technology and computing fields has the potential to improve the design of products and services to better serve a more diverse population. NCWIT is partnered with the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Google, and a number of other organizations. The program helps organizations recruit, retain, and advance women from K-12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers by providing community, evidence, and action. Visit the NCWIT website to see the many resources, campaigns, and events sponsored that are intended to increase the representation of women in computing and technology fields.