The knowledge and skills you gain from education pay dividends the rest of your life. Career-relevant education helps you feel more confident and engaged...and just makes you better at your job...which makes you more appreciated at work. Education can also help you take the next step in your career.
In order to assure you have funding to cover your entire degree program, the amount of tuition assistance you can access each academic term is limited.
One big way to save money on your degree is to start with college credit. Few universities offer the variety of ways to apply credit toward your degree that Bellevue University does. These include previous college credits, evaluated training programs, for-credit exams, and more.
After all, if you already are knowledgeable about a subject, we believe you should get college credit for it. That's why we are ranked a top ten program for adult learners.
The best way to find out how many credits you have that can transfer into your degree program is to talk to an enrollment counselor.
Charles Wright, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Bellevue University, covers your financial aid options and how they help you access all the aid you're entitled to receive.