Faculty and Staff Resources

We understand that you have students asking you many questions from simple to complex; and while each division is staffed with an Advising Center Academic Advisor, they may not always be available or there may be a need to help the student that only you the faculty member authorized to do. Therefore, to help you in your faculty advising role, we’ve put together a website that is intended to work as working guide. Feel free to provide us feedback, and connect with your division advisor often.

College Policies

  • Federal Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA):
  • FERPA training: Learn more about FERPA by taking this online training module created by and designed for BC faculty and staff members.
  • College Policies: Students often ask questions that have answers governed by one or more policies.
  • Repeating a class: While also found in the policies, this site gives a clear how to explanation with scenarios and a link to the online form.
  • Academic Calendar: Remind your student when registration is about to take place and review other college deadlines that impact the student experience in and out of the classroom.

Degree Requirements and Worksheets, Degree Audit, and Assessment Placement:

Assessment, Advanced Placement (AP)and math and English:

  • Assessment Processes: View retake policies, available times, and practice assessments.
  • Math and English flowchart: View the sequence of courses using the chart.
  • AP Scores: Review the required score for college credit. There are also instructions on how to receive BC credit.

Transferring Classes to BC

  • Verify Course Prerequisites: Verify Math, English and other courses with your student’s unofficial transcript.
  • Transfer Credit Review: Your student can request an official transcript evaluation with their official transcript and this form, turned in to Evaluations.
  • Transfer Course Equivalencies: Use this database of courses BC has accepted and their equivalencies to review equivalent courses for transfer into BC, or waivers/substitutions for professional technical classes. Just because you don’t see it here, doesn’t mean we won’t take it, it just hasn’t been seen by the Evaluations Office to date.
  • Non-Traditional Credits to Bellevue College: The college awards credit for non-traditional learning for work completed in private study, at non-accredited institutions, military training, other industry related certificates and trainings, and for certain examinations.
  • Collegesource.org: View courses and their descriptions nationwide.
  • Transfer Policy FAQs

Degree and Certificate Exceptions

Graduation

Last Updated November 30, 2017