Northwest Association of College & University Housing Officers

Monthly Archives: September 2015

Bellevue College is Still All About ‘Community’ as it Transitions from Commuter to Residential Campus

By: Ron van der Veen, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, NAC Architecture When Bellevue College dropped ‘Community’ from its name in 2009 and started offering four-year degrees to attract and retain the best and brightest students and compete against other four-year institutions, it also started planning for on-campus housing. With a growing population of international students—recent statistics […]

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Tash’s Top Tips for Handling Change

By Natasha Reynolds In a few days it will be Fall, the start of a new academic year and the opportunity for a fresh start. It is my favourite season. You can wear jeans and a sweater and still avoid socks and a coat. It is a season bridged between hot and cold, one that […]

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Focused on Training

By Kate Gannon Regardless of whether you’re at a semester or quarter school, training happens upon us quicker than we’d like it to, are prepared for, and were expecting it to. It seems that every summer, at the start, we have “TONS” of time to work on revamping presentations and creating integrated learning opportunities. This […]

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