89% of students
It's a solid choice if you're looking for a community college. They also have a handful of 4-year degrees.
So far it's all been online.
Professors and faculty were great and strived for student success.
Class sizes were small and filled up quickly.
I love the flexibility Bellevue College provides, as well as an abundance of resources including but not limited to tutoring, scholarships, tips on how to excel in school and beyond, and the openness of the communities. There is also decent diversity!
I don't like that there is a limit to the number of classes I can take at one time... which makes sense, given that it would be a waste if not handled well. But I wish it could be an option to take more classes at once; instead, I had to enroll in another community college to do this.
Their administration works hard to make sure that all students have access to quality material and help in their everyday lives.
It's pretty good.
Classes are a little limited compared to what I imagine.
Diversity and the opportunities for those who are struggling (DRC, or even outside financially, and housing).
My biggest issue is the lack of communication the school offers. When CTCLink was put into place, there was no warning or prior help on how to use the new program, and what changes would be made. I involuntarily took a quarter off because of this new system and the changes they made. Additionally, with the lack of communication, the advisors don't seem to be on the same page. I got my class planner previously approved by advisor A, however, recently I had advisor B go over my planner again, only for them to switch out some classes, and tell me I would be graduating a little later because I took extra classes I was approved to take (that wouldn't be going into my degree).