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Since most of the students coming here are straight out of high school, I'd recommend hyper-focusing on studies and developing the best habits for when you transfer. It is what most of us have done, and I have heard many classmates complaining about how hard the transition is. Focus on the transition itself, then maybe throw in a job, or something else.Read More
Make sure to stay on top of all of the financial aid paperwork! You can go to the financial aid portal through the Financial Assistance part of the Bellevue College website and keep track of any paperwork they might need. They give you a checklist and everything! Check it regularly, as they might add things later and not contact you to let you know they did, which unfortunately caused problems for me several times. I now check on my financial aid several times a week when I'm waiting to hear from them. Getting it all done sooner rather than later will definitely help keep the stress down in terms of money.Read More
I would recommend this school to those want to get their core class requirements out of the way without paying the high price tag of most four year schools. Bellevue College is easy to get to, as a large amount of bus routes pass through campus. Bellevue College, being a community college, is basically guaranteed entry, so it's a nice backup if your larger-scale plans fall through. If you're planning to go, these next tips are for you in particular. It's a bit hard to meet people sometimes because everybody comes and goes, so be social! The First Year Experience class is invaluable and gives great advice on BC and just college in general, so make sure you go to that. Introduce yourself to all your professors and find an advisor to help you through registration and transferring. The campus is pretty small and easy to navigate, but still be sure to find your classes ahead of time. Get books early and register as soon as you can to get best picks on both.Read More