ctcLink for Students

Use ctcLink to Enroll in Classes

Enroll early for your best selection of classes. Refer to the Academic Calendar for enrollment dates.

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Manage and Track Your Education at Bellevue College

ctcLink offers a central location to manage and track your education. Find and register for classes, pay tuition and fees, update personal details, check your degree progress, and more.

Use your ctcLink ID or former BC Student ID (SID) to activate your ctcLink account to explore its many features.

ctcLink also connects students to all 34 of Washington State’s community and technical colleges. Use one ID across all Washington State colleges that have transitioned to ctcLink, and have your records more easily transferred. It’s a more connected experience no matter where you go.

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What Can You Do and Accomplish in ctcLink?

Get a Student ID Number!

A ctcLink ID is issued to all new applicants who have not applied to—or enrolled at—another institution that uses ctcLink. Use this to activate your ctcLink account.

Look Up Your ctcLink ID (requires BC email address) Account Activation Tutorial

Update Personal Details and Contact Information

Make sure all your details and preferences are up to date.

Update Biographic Information Tutorial Update Contact Information Tutorial

Complete Class Enrollment Processes

Browse the class schedule, check your registration date and time, register for classes, and more.

Class Search Tutorial Enroll in a Class through Shopping Cart Tutorial

Check Your Degree Progress

View your academic advisement report (formerly degree audit) and unofficial transcripts, apply for graduation, and manage your quarter-by-quarter course plan.

Training Materials to Come

Connect With 34 Washington State Community and Technical Colleges

More transparent access to college information

ctcLink connects your student experience to all of Washington State’s community and technical colleges. Use one student ID across all the colleges and more easily transfer and evaluate credits between them.


Why ctcLink?

ctcLink offers an updated way to manage and track your experience at Bellevue College and within the entire Washington State community and technical college (SBCTC) system. Get the information you want through a Student Homepage and, if you transfer between SBCTC colleges, have an easier time doing so.


What’s Changed During the Transition to ctcLink?

Many student processes at Bellevue College were updated after the Fall 2021 transition to ctcLink. These include the following changes, as well as new additions:

What’s Changed:

Your BC Student ID (SID) will be replaced with a ctcLink ID.

ctcLink allows you to update your personal and contact preferences 24/7. You can now update more information in real-time, including your preferred gender and ethnicity.

Feature only available within ctcLink student homepage and/or app.

Search for classes and add them to a planner, shopping cart, or enroll—if available—directly from the schedule.

Feature only available within ctcLink student homepage and/or app.

There are now three—yes three!—separate ways to enroll: from the class schedule, from a shopping cart, from your academic requirements, or from a planner.

You make tuition payments through ctcLink, and can also view your balances and payment history.

Financial Aid for the 2021–22 school year is still reviewed through the BC Financial Aid Portal. BC transitions Financial Aid to ctcLink starting the 2022–23 school year.

Financial Aid data will not be available in ctcLink until late-Summer 2022.

Feature only available within ctcLink student homepage and/or app.

Students will view and accept financial aid awards in ctcLink. While you still apply for FAFSA and/or WASFA online, student financial aid records can be viewed via the ctcLink student homepage.

Academic Advisement Report (AAR) Dashboard: Academic Advisement Reports are currently being built in ctcLink based on the popularity of each degree. View the AAR Processing Dashboard to check the status of every degree and certificate in ctcLink.

Feature only available within ctcLink student homepage and/or app.

Your degree audit is now known as an Academic Advisement Report in ctcLink. This report remains unofficial but can help you track your academic progress and make sure you complete your required classes.

Related to the Academic Advisement Report are What-If reports. These allow you to run what-if scenarios if you are thinking about changing your degree and/or certificate.

Feature only available within ctcLink student homepage and/or app.

Students will view their grades, unofficial transcript, transfer credit report, and program in ctcLink.


Where to Go for Help

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Last Updated July 18, 2022