Costs and Assistance

AA Program Costs:

Tuition and Fees: For current AA courses (Lower Division Courses (299 & below) tuition and fee rates, refer to the tuition websiteAdditional college-wide mandatory fees will be in addition to the listed credit fees for Washington residents and non-residents.

BAA Program Costs:

Tuition and Fees: For current BAA courses (Upper Division Courses (300 & above) tuition and fee rates, refer to the BAS/BAA Tuition Chart or the BC tuition website. Additional college-wide mandatory fees will be in addition to the listed credit fees for Washington residents and non-residents.

Application Fee: A nonrefundable fee of $125 is required to apply to the BAA program.

Financial Aid:

To determine whether you are eligible for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. To find out more information, please visit the BC financial aid website. Students in either Interior Design degree may apply for federal, state and institutional grant funds, such as:

  • The Pell Grant
  • WA State Need Grant
  • Bellevue College-sponsored grant

Scholarships:

Students in either Interior Design program may be eligible to apply for Bellevue College scholarships, including several scholarships specifically for Interior Design students. Scholarships are for use during the Fall, Winter and Spring quarters.  All BC Foundation Scholarships are for use at Bellevue College only and can be applied to tuition, fees and (in some cases) books. Visit the BC Foundation Website / Scholarship Page for instructions, application deadlines and access to the online application.

Last Updated March 19, 2018