- Access to student enrollment information and grades is available on the BC website. Student ID and PIN are required.
- Access to grades may be withheld if any financial or other obligations are not fulfilled.
Releasable Public Information
Bellevue College does not release information contained in your educational record to family members, other people or agencies without your written consent. If you wish to give permission for another person or agency to have access to your records, you may complete a Student Information Release Authorization form and submit it to the Enrollment Services Office. Use a separate form for each person or agency.
The following information is considered releasable public information:
- Students names
- campus e-mail addresses
- dates of attendance
- degrees or certificates awarded
- athletics-related statistics
- scholarships received
- positions in BC government
- Honor Society membership
- part-time or full-time student status
- previous schools attended
All other information in the student’s permanent educational record is considered confidential and the conditions of its disclosure are governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) permits the release of Directory Information to third parties outside the institution without your written consent. Note: the college does not release your Directory Information to third parties for commercial use. Additionally, under the Solomon Amendment the college is required to provide Directory Information plus your Address and Phone Number to military recruiters upon request.
You have the right to opt out, or withhold your Directory Information, and Information related to the Solomon Amendment by completing a Withhold directory information form and submitting it to the Enrollment Services Office.
Upon the student’s written request a permanent official transcript will be sent to:
- the student
- a college, university
- other agency
Requests for transcripts may be made in person, online or through a mailed, written request.
To obtain a transcript, students must provide the following information:
- student name
- ID number
- student signature
- date of request
- the name and mailing address of the institution or agency to receive the official transcript.
Access to grades may be withheld if any financial or other obligations are not fulfilled such as outstanding tuition and fees or fines, or for unreturned college property. There is a processing fee for each official transcript ordered.