How to Apply

Applying for Admission at Bellin College

Our programs are direct admit — which means that once you are accepted at Bellin College, you are accepted directly into your program.

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Apply as Freshman

Our Traditional program option is designed for students who have or will have a high school diploma at the time of enrollment. Traditional students begin in fall and complete the degree in four years — three years for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiation Therapy.

Go to the freshman admissions page
Apply as a Transfer student (Students with 12 or more transferable credits or a previous bachelor's degree)

Looking to change your major, or change careers? We offer several transfer options. Let our admissions representatives take a look at your unofficial transcripts and guide you to program option that will best suit you.

Go to the transfer students admissions page
Apply to the Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Certificate Program

The Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Certificate program (DCS) is a fast-track adult echocardiography program designed for working sonographers registered in vascular technology (RVT) through the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS).  This two semester program teaches all didactic courses online with one mandatory weekend clinical intensive (in-person) requirement in the Fall semester. 

Go to the Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Certificate Program admissions page
Apply to the Graduate and Post-Graduate Nursing programs

Advance your nursing career!

We will help you take your career to the next level.

Master of Science in Nursing program (Full-time or part-time options available)

  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Nurse Educator – 100% Online

Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Graduate Certificate

This certificate program is available to registered nurses who hold a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, who desire to continue their education and expand their skillset as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Students who complete the FNP Post-Graduate Certificate program will be prepared for a new professional path and the many roles and responsibilities of a primary care provider.

Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate

This certificate program is available to registered nurses who hold a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, who desire to continue their education and prepare for the Nurse Educator role across various academic and clinical settings. Students integrate core MSN coursework and education specialty courses that focus on evidence-based teaching and learning principles, curriculum development and evaluation, instructional design and technology, assessment of educational outcomes, and nurse educator role development.

Doctor of Nursing Practice

Admission to the DNP program is competitive and limited to students who demonstrate the potential for academic success in a DNP program. Applicants are required to have graduated from an accredited school of nursing, have a current license to practice nursing in the state of residency and/or practice, and be certified as an Advanced Practice Nurse before the first practicum course. The program is designed to expand on the knowledge, skills, and abilities from master-level programs by integrating new and enhanced skills in organizational and systems leadership, quality improvement processes, population health, and the translation of research to advanced clinical practice. 

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Post-Graduate Physical Therapy

Take your career to the next level!

  • Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship
  • Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy (DScPT)

Our programs are committed to developing stewards of the physical therapy profession, evidence-based practitioners and clinician scientists. Graduates will be critical thinkers, reflective, empathetic, and lifelong learners.

The OMPT Fellowship is an evolution of the highly regarded Evidence in Motion™ (EIM) OMPT Fellowship which has been a hallmark of the physical therapy profession in elevating clinical leadership. The APTA-credentialed / AAOMPT-recognized Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy helps therapists gain the highest-level skills in the integration of advanced manual physical therapy techniques, educating students and fellow PT’s, performing clinic-based research, and leading in the business of PT.

The Bellin College OMPT Fellowship program is a 40 credit, flexible, cost-effective, and achievable program from a work/life balance perspective.

The DScPT program is committed to developing evidence-based physical therapist practitioners and clinician scientists. Graduates will be critical thinkers, reflective, empathetic, and lifelong learners. Lastly, graduates will become highly skilled autonomous practitioners who are prepared to become leaders in the areas of teaching as well as participants and contributors to clinical research.

The Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy (DScPT) track is a 65 credit program. 

go to the post-graduate physical therapy admissions page
Non-Degree Seeking

Students who take Bellin College courses but are not enrolled in a Bellin College major are considered non-degree seeking students. Non-degree seeking students earn regular credit which is permanently recorded on the transcript. Financial aid is not available for nondegree-seeking students.

Go to the non-degree seeking admissions page

High school students: are you taking AP classes?

Our STAR Pathway program could be a great fit for you. 

Using a combination of Advanced Placement (AP) classes and college coursework, you can blaze a path that sets you up
to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in three years.

Find out more!     Star Pathway program


Please contact Bellin College Admissions at,
(920) 433-6650, or use our online contact form.

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