Current Students

Current Students

Student Resources

Returning to Campus for Summer Quarter

    Students and Employees who plan to come to campus need to follow the return to Campus requirements


Pickups and deliveries

    Anyone – students, employees, or visitors – picking up or dropping off at drop boxes, curbside stations, or loading docks does not have to complete campus health reporting or check-in requirements, but must still wear a cloth facial covering on campus, maintain social distancing and follow posted requirements.

Spring & Summer Quarter Classes

  • All classes offered in Spring Quarter will be delivered online and are available on Take a Class.
  • Take a Class Summer Quarter classes have now been updated.

Online Classes (Canvas)

    Login in to Canvas to access your online classes

COVID19 - Campus Health

    BTC COVID19 updates as well as information about classes and campus services

Virtual Assistance

    Many student services are currently being offered through Zoom virtual lobbies

Accessing Course/Library Materials and Technology Equipment for Spring Quarter

  • Beginning Monday, April 20, and continuing through Friday, May 1, students will be able to pick up course/library materials and technology support for use during spring quarter.
  • The library will be offering curbside services from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • This service will be available by reservation only, and we require at least 24-hour notice.
  • Click Curbside Service Process for more information, directions, and contact information.

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Living Needs and Community Resources (e.g., food, utility assistance, healthcare, housing, etc.):

24/7 Free mental health and other coping resources:

  • (tips and info)

  • COVID-19 Emotional Support Line (Optum): Call 1-866-342-6892

  • SAMHSA Disaster Distress Hotline: Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66-746.

  • Local Crisis Line: Call 1-800-584-3578, or visit their website at for live chat.

  • National crisis text line: Text CAMPUS to 741-741

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255

  • Local DVSAS (Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services): Call 1-877-715-1563 for or visit their website at (web use may be monitored. If you are concerned that visiting their website would put you in danger, call their 24/7 hotline).

  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline: Call 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22-522.

  • The Trevor Project (for LGBTQ youth): Call 1-866-488-7386, text START to 678-678 or visit their website for live chat at

  • National Veteran’s Crisis Line: Call 1-800-273-8255, text 838255, or live chat online at

Whatcom Asset Building Coalition in Partnership with Opportunity Council Offers Support Services:

We want to share important support services offered by Whatcom Asset Building Coalition who partner with Opportunity Council to help Whatcom County residents. They have great resources for food, utility, housing and shelter and information on financial assistance, to name a few. Find out more here: Community Resources During COVID-19

The Whatcom Asset Building Coalition (WABC) is a community collaboration supporting financial self-sufficiency through education and advocacy. They are one of 19 Asset Building Coalitions in Washington state and are a member of the Washington Asset Building Coalition.

Student Resource links


Transportation to BTC

Local Housing Information

Local Childcare information

Student Health Insurance