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About the School:

Bellevue College is a public college founded in 1966 and currently is Washington’s third-largest institution for higher learning. With its main campus situated on a 100-acre of land, the institution educates over 32,000 students annually. BC follows a semester-based academic calendar and offers a smaller student/faculty ratio of 15:1.

Degrees and certification programs are offered in fields including applied arts, applied science, business professions, communications, computer & technology, education, health, and public safety. The highest degree offered by BC is at the associate’s level. In addition, the college offers transfer associate's degrees and professional/technical degrees & certificates.

The tuition and fees charged by Bellevue College are comparatively higher as compared to colleges in a few other states. In-state students have to pay around $3,700 and out-of-state students are charged around $9,100.

Online Presence:

Bellevue College uses Canvas learning management platform to offer its online courses. The degrees and certification programs are offered through a combination of online and hybrid options. You can get the complete listing of the programs including full details from BC’s online courses page.

Laptop Programs:

To facilitate online learning, Bellevue College Associated Student Government (ASG) donated $100,000 to purchase laptops that will be given to students as a loan. These are intended for students who need a laptop to access classes and campus services. Currently, Acer TravelMate B1 is offered to students. Visit Student Affairs: ASG – Laptop Loan Program for full details.

Accreditation:

Bellevue College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

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