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Bellevue, WA
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$8,953 ($3,763)
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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Pros: The library has a ton of computers, as does the computer lab. The library has helpful faculty, and there are tutors in every subject available. The student center is full of fun people, and affordable coffee. Free internet is everywhere on campus. Clubs are numerous and diverse.

Cons: You can't use the gym except by taking classes. Making friends is a serious challenge, because nobody sticks around on campus. Nobody sticks around because they have jobs, and there's nothing better to do. This isn't a campus centered around students having fun.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are tons of computers available, and there are always computers free (except for the last Friday and Thursday before finals, then watch out!). Internet is free, fast, reliable, and everywhere on campus. Every student has a print budget of $15.00, which very few people ever have to go over. You don't need a personal computer to get around on this campus.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Bellevue College is pretty much a glorified community college, so you can't expect the type of resources you'd get at a university. There is a gym in the athletic center, but you must sign up for the associated class or be on a sports team to use it. No free time in the gym as far as I know, only classes. There is a small outdoor rec program, with outings five or six times a quarter.

Lounging and study areas are scattered nicely throughout campus. The student center with the ASG and cafeteria and what not is nice, although can be crowded and loud. Seating is hard to get there sometimes.

Campus activities are infrequent and done on a small-scale, but usually well-done for what they are. Bake sales and other fun stuff put on by clubs in the cafeteria show up pretty often, but you usually don't know much about them ahead of time. Campus-wide events pretty much equal cafeteria events.

The library is quiet, well-managed and has plenty of room. If you need a computer, good luck getting one during the afternoon, but there's plenty of seating available, with lots of outlets for laptop plugs. Books are a good resource, and the librarians are friendly and helpful.

I've always said that when the weather's nice, the grounds turn into a college ad. Dumb kids with guitars, four-square games, footballs and frisbees come out of no where the minute the sun starts shining.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The computer lab has great hours (so does the library), especially considering the commuter campus atmosphere. It's usually easy to print an assignment off in a pinch if you know where to go, and if you still have free credits (you basically get 100 free pages a quarter), it's free, but otherwise it's 10 cents a page. Pro-tip: The business center's printer is free the first five pages, whether you have credits or not. Computers and printers are also available at all study labs, which is nice.

My only complaint is that the network connection can be flaky. A lot of the time I couldn't connect in the cafeteria, and it's really flaky when you're outside.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I have never used the student center, but I have used the athletic centers from being on the volleyball team. The workout facility is mediocre, and the gymnasium is average, but they serve their purposes. The library is pretty average as well, but it has some books on reserve for people who don't buy textbooks.


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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 362nd
    Best Dining Options
  • 470th
    Best Recreational Facilities
  • 861st
    Best Discount Software
  • 891st
    Best Research Labs

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The library is a great resource for students. There are computers there, but it usually gets crowded, so many students go to the computer lab instead, where there are plenty of computers. The library has mainly books that help students with academic courses they are taking. There are many study rooms in the library, small rooms or large rooms. There are also many tables throughout the library that have a top part attached to the desk that acts as a kind of shelf where you can put your books and belongings if there isn't any room on the table itself; it also gives you privacy from other students.

Overall, the Bellevue College campus has amazing resources. In terms of technology, the network can be slow sometimes, but most of the time, it runs smoothly for everyone. The tech support team is very helpful; you just ask them anything, and they will come and help you.

Facts & Statistics

Campus Library?
On-Campus Housing Available?
Day Care Available?
Special Computer Discounts
There isn't really a discount system at Bellevue, but you can purchase a BC ID card (for currently-registered BC students). The card costs $5 and allows you access to the campus computer labs, library materials, towels and lockers at the gym, and BC sports events. You can also get off-campus student discounts where available.
Campus Events/Traditions
Transfer Week: Similar to a job fair, Transfer Week is a week of transfer help that happens every quarter when representatives from different universities come to campus.
Unique Features
  • Fountain: There is a huge beautiful fountain in the middle of campus.
  • Free Square: There is a free square on campus next to the fountain where many people hold up posters and have booths.
Service & Maintenance Staff
Did You Know?
  • There is a Language Lab on campus where the sole purpose is to help students who are currently taking a foreign language. They can access assignments that can only be physically done there.
  • BC offers transfer help and help with writing your personal statement.
  • Wireless Internet is free for students using laptops on campus.
  • Getting your parking sticker is completely free!

Student Polls

How necessary is it to own a computer?      Based on 77 responses

  • 44% Very necessary. My classes require one, I take online classes, and/or the campus doesn't provide many computers.
  • 49% Sometimes necessary. Having your own is helpful, but computers are readily available on campus.
  • 6% Not very necessary. If I need a computer, I can go to one of the many computer labs on campus.

How student-friendly is the school's administration?    Based on 78 responses

  • 18% Not very. I feel like I am just a number here.
  • 82% Very friendly. I am treated like a real person here, not just a number.



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