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Bellevue College's academic programs of study are approved by the Higher Education Coordinating Board's State Approving Agency (HECB/SAA) for enrollment of persons eligible to receive educational benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, U.S. Code.
Eligible veterans, reservists, or dependents of veterans who plan to apply for benefits must contact the Veterans' Affairs Coordinator in the Financial Aid Office as early as possible. Certification of VA benefits will occur upon acceptance to a VA-approved degree program and when all pertinent documents are on file. The eligible student can be certified only for courses applicable to the declared degree program. Students are expected to be enrolled in college-level courses, although some developmental courses ("deficiency courses" in VA terminology) are permitted. Students requiring deficiency courses will be reviewed by the veterans' affairs coordinator.
All VA benefit recipients are required to enroll in at least 6 credits per quarter to receive a monthly check. VA will pay for tuition and fees for 5 credits or less. Telecourses and online courses are approved without having to take a resident course. Students must maintain academic progress by successfully completing their courses with a 2.00 GPA. Students who fail to maintain the minimum requirement may be placed on probation when extenuating circumstances occur. It is advisable to consult with the veterans' affairs coordinator when students suspect they may fail to maintain academic progress.
Students should inform the veterans' affairs coordinator as soon as possible about any change that may affect the their VA status, such as change in the program of study, credit load, dependent status, or address.
Bellevue College (BC) WorkFirst program offers language and employment skills training to low income parents. These training programs are free to parents who qualify. Job placement assistance may also be provided.
The TRiO Student Support Services program furthers the Bellevue College Mission of educational excellence and equal access by providing first generation college students with limited income and/or disabilities a multiplicity of academic and personal support services: study skills development to achieve academic success, tutoring to master course content, and intensive academic and personal advisement to build confidence and promote student success.
These interconnected services advance the following goals:
Increase persistence and graduation rates of eligible students by advocating for and implementation of proven student success components;
Increase transfer rates of eligible students from two-year to four-year institutions through the support and encouragement of seamless transition.
Foster an institutional climate supportive of the success of the SSS targeted population through appropriate services.
The Career Education Options program is designed for students aged 16-20, without a high school diploma, to receive education and job skills at BCC. This program provides students with a second chance at their education, and will provide tools to succeed in the college environment..
CEO's Mission and goals for student success
The Career Education Options program is dedicated to working with youth who have left high school prior to graduation by providing them with a new and unique opportunity to reach their education goal. We are committed to helping our students find that potential that will reconnect them to their individual path of success in education and career.
As a devoted and dedicated staff we promise each qualified student:
Training in life skills
Education and training in a professional-technical program
Individual support services to promote academic and personal achievement