Succeeding as a transfer student has never been easier.

Your hard work pays off at Bellevue University

Whether you are currently enrolled in college, began your degree years ago, or served in the military, we honor the credits you’ve already earned. You can transfer most — if not all — of your credits to Bellevue University. Cut down on time and the cost of your degree when you get maximum college credit transfer without repeating courses.

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Bellevue University Among Nation's Best in Community College Transfer

Transfer Honor Roll

For a sixth year, Phi Theta Kappa has named Bellevue University to its Transfer Honor Roll which recognizes excellence in creating dynamic transfer pathways for community college transfer students. The selection places Bellevue University in the top 25% of highest rated schools nationwide, affirming our long history of generous credit college transfer and innovation in creating transfer pathways.

How will my credits transfer? Select your scenario.

I used to go to Metropolitan Community College, and I transferred all my credits to Bellevue University. It saved me a lot of money. I transferred over all my associate degree credits without a problem. I believe Bellevue University has a place for everybody.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Thanks to our generous credit transfer policy, you can avoid retaking the classes you’ve already completed and accelerate degree completion. In fact, you may be able to transfer your full associate degree (or at least 60 credit hours of your previously earned credits). Want answers about transferring degrees or your credits specifically? Reach out to our admissions staff. Request a Credit Evaluation

A transcript can be emailed securely to or by mail. It is required to be sent directly from the issuing institution to Bellevue University's Office of the Registrar to be considered an official document. Please check with previous institution for available sending options.

While credits may expire at other colleges or universities, they never expire at Bellevue University. Here, your hard work will be acknowledged no matter how much time has gone by. Request a Credit Evaluation

Transfer students are eligible for financial aid at Bellevue University. You can find more information right here. When you apply for Federal Financial Aid, you may be offered several types of aid in the form of grants, loans, and/or work-study depending on your qualifications determined by your completed FAFSA. Looking for financial aid forms or how to apply for aid? Go to more on Financial Aid.

Your service to our country can count towards credit at Bellevue University. Plus, take advantage of Military Preferred tuition of $250 per credit hour when you choose from select bachelor's degrees in relevant career fields. Looking for more information on military college credit transfer or a military credit evaluation? Go to more on Military college credit.

Bellevue University is among the most transfer-friendly colleges in the U.S. If you have already earned an associate degree, then you are well on your way to completing a bachelor's degree because we accept your entire associate degree. When you have earned at least 60 credit hours or an associate degree, you’re ready to advance into one of our accelerated degree options? Find out about our Accelerated Degree Programs.

Bellevue University accepts most college course credits from accredited colleges. If you’re wondering how your college credit transfer works exactly, use our simple credit transfer search system as a guide. You will be able to see how classes at your current or former school may transfer. Go to Real-time Course Transfer Guide.

Bellevue University’s academic partner StraighterLine creates a seamless transfer of course credit toward our programs. If you are a potential transfer student from StraighterLine and want to see how your courses can transfer, view the course equivalency guide. Go to the Guide

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