How can I get involved on campus?

The Office of Student Programs coordinates all student programs on campus. Included is the Associated Student Government, the Office of Student Legislative Affairs, the Black Student Union, El Centro Latino, International Student Association, the BC Association of Veterans, the Campus Activities Board, New Student Orientation, Peer-to-Peer Mentoring and Volunteering Program, Phi Theta Kappa (Student Honor Society) and the PALS Center.

At the Office of Student Programs, BC students can pick up the student handbook, take classes through the Student Leadership Institute or offer suggestions for improving any student service at BC. Students can also plan an event on campus, reserve a room for a club, organization or study group meeting or get approval to post information on campus bulletin boards.

Here you and your organization can also sign up to use the free-speech zone on campus, located just outside the C building, in front of the fountain. If you are interested in this opportunity, ask the front desk for an application.

Student Programs is located on the second floor of the Student Union Building (C212). You can get more information by calling (425) 564-6150 or going to http://bellevuecollege.edu/stupro/.

 

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