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Attention non-Washington State residents interested in enrolling in Bellevue College online classes–
Please visit the eLearning website for important information.

First Time College Student

Students with no previous college experience who plan to earn college credit.

High School Student

Students ages 16-20. Earn college credit while still in high school or get career training.

Former BC Student

Prior BC students who are returning after four or more quarters.

Previous College Student

Students with some previous credits from another college.

International Student

Programs for non-U.S. citizens to earn college credit.

Continuing Education (non-credit)

Students and life-long learners seeking classes in a variety of topics

Baccalaureate Student

Students seeking to enroll in one of BC’s baccalaureate programs.

Customized Training

Businesses looking for customized employee training.

English as a Second Language

Non-native speakers seeking Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening in English.

Adult Basic Education

Students seeking to improve basic skills in Reading, Writing, and Math.

G.E.D. Preparation

Students seeking to prepare for the General Educational Development (G.E.D.) exam.

Before offering distance education classes in other states, all institutions of higher education must obtain authorization from those states to offer classes to their residents. At this time, due to extraordinarily high costs to obtain authorization, and/or other limiting factors, we regret that Bellevue College cannot offer distance education classes to students who live in Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, and Puerto Rico. Other states may have restrictions for certain programs that include internships, externships, clinicals and practicums. Please contact susan.hampson@bellevuecollege.edu for more information.