Admissions Policy

Admissions Policy for All Programs

It is the policy of Bellin College to be nondiscriminatory because of race, color, creed, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or handicap in the admission of students, in student programs and in the employment of college employees.

Bellin College will not provide any commissions, bonus, or other incentive payment based on any part, directly or indirectly, upon success in securing enrollments or awarding of federal financial aid, to any person or entity engaged in any student recruitment or admissions activity or in making decisions regarding the award of Title IV funds.

Bellin College does not utilize any high-pressure recruitment tactics when securing enrollment for any student (including Service members) for its employees.  All Admission Representatives are trained to work with all prospective students concerning their communication preferences and reach out only when necessary to address student questions and concerns.  Prospective students have an option to opt out of all marketing communications at any time.

All students identifying themselves on their application as Veteran, or eligible for veteran’s education benefits either active duty or separated, are directed to the Veteran’s Certifying Official at the college for counseling regarding their VA Education Benefits.  Additionally, the Certifying Official reaches out to the student and refers the student to their Education Services Officer before admission to any program.  

All Bellin College programs are direct entry, meaning students are automatically admitted into their program when they are accepted into the college.  Applicants are evaluated on a combination of educational, personal, and health qualifications for admission.

Applications are made on an annual basis and do not carry over to the next year. Students currently enrolled are held to the qualifications and requirements of the Bellin College Guide – Handbook & Catalog.  If a student is readmitted to the college, the student will be bound by the Guide-Handbook for the academic year they are enrolled in.

Bellin College Readmission of Service Members

Bellin College follows all the readmission policies for military students who are called to active duty pursuant to Volume 2 Chapter 3 of the Federal Student Aid Handbook (pages 28 – 32).

Bellin College Guide: Handbook and Catalog

Non-Citizen Applications

Non-Citizen applicants are encouraged to contact the admissions department for more information. Visa students are not admissible at this time.

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