Spring Quarter starts April 8. All classes offered remotely all quarter.

Due to the current COVID-19 health crisis, Student Central has moved to online only services. For specific questions, the best way to reach us is to use the button below to submit an Online Ticket Request for help or information. Submitting a ticket is easy, fast and secure. You can also track your ticket’s status and ask follow-up questions. Your ticket is routed to the person best able to assist you.

Ask Online for Help or Information


  • Access to student registration status information and grades are available on the BC website. Login with Net ID is required.
  • If a student owes a debt to the college, access to grades, official transcripts and other records may be withheld.

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Your student record includes all information Bellevue College collects from you, or creates for you starting at the time of your admission to the college through your graduation or completion of your program. Student records include paper files and documents held in college offices, and electronic records, including those in our student database.

Student records do not include information collected or created based on individual counseling sessions provided by our Counseling Center, and records related to law enforcement, which includes our Public Safety Office.

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We post final class grades to your transcript within a week after the quarter ends. We do not mail grades to students.

You may access your grades online using your student ID number (SID) and PIN. View your grades via your class schedule or unofficial transcript. You may also come to Student Central and ask for assistance to view your grades, or obtain a copy of your schedule.

The college requires you to maintain a minimum academic standard as a condition of continued attendance, but also provides opportunities for students to obtain Academic Renewal, and to repeat classes as a way to improve academic standing.