Introducing Website Standards
Bellevue College websites are an official representation of the college, its programs and the communities it serves. The accuracy, integrity and presentation of information—no matter how small or seemingly insignificant—reflects directly on the college's image and reputation. Take some time to review the following standards.
Please note our college name recently changed from Bellevue Community College to Bellevue College. Some content in this section is still being updated to reflect this change. Other aspects of this content are not impacted by the college name change.
This standard includes information on requesting server access, roles and responsibilities of website managers and content requirements of Bellevue College websites.
This standard is required for all college websites to ensure that content and services provided through the web are accessible by all users.
Guidelines and links to downloading the new Bellevue College logo for use on your website.
Get tips for updating your web page content when referring to the college name.
Are you developing an application or doing an server-side programming for your site? Review these standards to learn the requirements and standards for Bellevue College servers. Hint: If you don't know what server-side programming is, you probably don’t need to worry about these standards. Server-side programming is defined in the Web Space Usage Standard.
If you are member of a Bellevue College student organization and you want a website, this policy outlines exactly what you need to do to get a website through our academic web servers. Also, view the corresponding procedure.
Find links to standards and policies that may be referenced in sections of the Web Publishing Guide.