College Admission Application

Bellevue College Admission Application
  • The date when the application filled
    Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • If you have previously taken Bellevue College Classes through College in the High School, Running Start, Tech. Prep. or another dual credit program you will have been assigned a Student I.D. Number
  • Gender
    Providing this information is voluntary
  • mm/dd/yyyy
    Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Student Name * Required
    Please provide your legal name, no nick name
  • Student Mailing Address * Required
  • Are you of Spanish or Hispanic origin?
    Providing this information is voluntary
  • Are you a U.S. citizen? * Required
  • 1. Have you been a legal resident of Washington and lived continuously in Washington for the last 12 months?*
    * A student cannot qualify as a legal resident of Washington for tuition calculation purposes if s/he possesses a valid out-of-state driver's license, vehicle registration, or other documents that give evidence of being a legal resident in another state.
  • Please provide how many months you live in Washington State.
  • 2. Were you claimed for federal income tax purposes by your mother, your father, or your legal guardian in the CURRENT calendar year?
    Were you claimed for federal income tax purposes by your mother, your father, or your legal guardian in the CURRENT calendar year?
  • In the PAST calendar year?
  • If YES, has your mother, father, or legal guardian lived CONTINUOUSLY in the State of Washington for the past 12 months?
  • 3. Will a public or private non-federal agency/institution outside of Washington provide you with financial assistance to attend college?
    Answer YES ONLY if your eligibility for this assistance is based on being a resident of that state
  • 4. Are you active duty military stationed in Washington or a member of the Washington National Guard?
  • Are you the spouse or depended of either (a) an active duty military person stationed in Washington, or (b) a member of the Washington National Guard?
  • 5. Former Foster Youth may qualify for educational benefits and support services.
    Please select this check box if you have been in Washington State foster care for at least One year since your 16th birthday.
  • 6. Veterans and/or their dependents may qualify for educational benefits.
    Please check here if you would like additional information.
  • Please provide your personal email
  • Have you taken the GED test?
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please provide
  • FROM YEAR - TO YEAR
  • 1D. Did you graduate?
  • What class will you be taking? Please select from drop down list
  • What class will you be taking? Please select from drop down list
  • What class will you be taking? Please select from drop down list
  • Last Name (only) of CHS course teacher or teachers

  • Policy 4150 - Equal Opportunity in Education and Employment

    Bellevue College does not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity; creed; color; national origin; sex; marital status; sexual orientation; age; religion; genetic information; the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability; gender identity or veteran status in educational programs and activities which it operates. Please see Policy 4150

  • Important to Note

    Completing and submitting this admissions application is the first step to register for College in the High School.
    Step 1: Admissions - If you are new to College in the High School, apply for admissions by completing and signing this application and submitting it to the Center for High School Programs office.
    Step 2: Check your email - Several days after submitting the application you will receive a welcome email verifying admittance.
    Step 3: Student I.D. - You will need to create a Bellevue College Net I.D. Account. Instructions to create this account will be included in your welcome email.
    Step 4: Placement - Certain Bellevue College courses have placement and prerequisite requirements that all students are required to meet. Your high school teacher is responsible for verifying the requirements have been met. If requirements are not met, a placement test will be required..
    Step 5: Register - Complete the registration form for the College in the High School course that you are in. Print it out and take it to your teacher.
    Step 6: Pay registration fee - Bring a check with your registration form, made out to Bellevue College, in the amount of $200 (for a 5-credit course) or $240 (for a 6-credit course) to your teacher, prior to the registration deadline.
    Step 7: Check your email regularly and often for updates and deadline reminders.

    Note: All Bellevue College courses and grades will become part of the student’s permanent college record.

    Only students have access to their own college grades and records. To obtain student’s grades or records, parents/guardians must have a student-signed release form completed by the student (available in the Center for High School Programs Office). This release of information gives our office permission to discuss information we have.

    You are enrolled in a college course. Since we are required to adhere to Bellevue College grade standards, the grade on your college transcript may be different than the grade for your high school course.

    To access your college transcript you will need your Bellevue College SID and PIN. Use these links: To view and print an Unofficial Transcript. To order an official transcript to have sent to another college or university Official Transcript.

  • Student Signature. Date.
  • Parent Signature. Date
  • Bellevue College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, language, sex, sexual orientation, including gender identity or expression, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Please see policy 4150 at www.bellevuecollege.edu/policies/. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator, 425-564-2641, Office C227, and EEOC/504 Compliance Officer, 425-564-2266, Office R130.
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Last Updated October 19, 2018