Apply as an Undergraduate
The traditional option is designed for students who have or will have a high school diploma at the time of enrollment. Traditional students begin as first-year students and will complete their undergraduate degree in three years.
Transfer Students (Students with 12 or more transferable credits or a previous bachelor’s degree) please view our transfer page
How to Apply
Download a copy of the Undergraduate Programs Application Checklist for the program you are applying to:
STEP 1: Work with an Admissions Counselor
- Start your Bellin College Application for Admission.*
Applying to Bellin College is FREE with our online application.
You will need to create a Username and Password (make note of these somewhere for future reference as you will continue to work within this application portal to later finish your application and monitor your documents).
- Once you are logged into the application, Select “Applicant Information” from the left column. Fill in all information within this section (ending with local email field).
- Upon completion, hit “Save and Next” at the bottom and a notification of your online application portal creation will be sent to Admissions. Do not proceed any further with the application at this time. Within three (3) business days, you will be contacted by one of our admissions counselors. Your admissions counselor will work with and advise you as to when and how to take the next steps with your application at the appropriate time.
STEP 2: Finish and submit the remainder of your online application.
In addition, please provide the following:
- Personal Resume (see Personal Resume guidelines)
- Written Personal Statement (see Written Personal Statement guidelines)
- Official transcripts
- Official high school transcript
- Official college transcripts for any courses taken during high school for which you are receiving college credit
- Official College Board AP transcripts/scores (if applicable)
- Official ACT report if desired. (Please note: ACT and/or SAT scores are not required for admission, but you may be eligible for a merit scholarship with an ACT score of 25 or an SAT equivalent.)
Order official transcrips from your high school or college(s) and have them sent to:
Bellin College Admissions
3201 Eaton Road
Green Bay, WI, 54311
STEP 3: We review your application
Once your application is complete, it will be reviewed and you will be notified of the outcome.
NOTE: Your application must be complete in order to meet any deadline and is not considered complete until the Admissions Office has received all required items as outlined above.
- All Allied Health program applicants (BSRS, BSRT, BSDMS, BSST) will be required to attend an on-campus interview for admittance.
Enrollment Requirements (must be completed prior to start date)
In compliance with the Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check and Investigation Legislation, a background check will be completed upon acceptance into Bellin College.
Applicants who have been convicted of specific crimes/offenses that would bar them from clinical experiences as a student or employment and/or licensure as a caregiver will not be admitted to the College. A background check approved by the College does not guarantee successful clinical placement. Any clinical agency reserves the right to complete a criminal background check and to ban a student from clinical experiences based on the results of the background check. The Dean of Student Services has the ability to grant entrance on an individual basis.
CPR certification must be American Heart Association – Health Care Provider/ Basic Life Support (infant/child/adult). Students will be trained at the College if needed. Each student must show proof of CPR certification by uploading the front and back of their CPR card into their CastleBranch account. CPR is required every two (2) years by most clinical agencies. There is a discounted fee for CPR certification and CPR renewal.
Each applicant is required to complete a physical examination, specific immunizations, and drug testing. The general health of the applicant must be deemed adequate for meeting the minimal technical criteria and program outcomes of the degree.
Upon acceptance to the College, the student’s pre-entrance physical, immunization and health records will be reviewed by the Employee Health Office.
Drug screening prior to entry is mandatory. The Dean of Student Services will review the confidential drug screen results. Any applicant whose drug screen reports the use of illegal drugs may have their admission canceled. Drug screens need to be completed through the Bellin Occupational Health Clinic.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Bellin College does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, student aid and other College-administered programs nor in the employment of its faculty and staff. As a Bellin College student, performance of certain activities is required with or without reasonable accommodation. Bellin College reserves the right to determine final eligibility based upon the applicant and student’s ability to successfully complete Minimum Technical Criteria Standards as outlined by the College. Students must have the abilities and skills according but not limited to the following:
- Ability to communicate with patients, families and other health care professionals.
- Problem-solving abilities sufficient for clinical judgment.
- Dexterity, range of motion, and eye/hand coordination sufficient to perform procedures and manipulate equipment, including intervention in an emergency situation.
- Auditory and visual ability sufficient for assessment of health care status, and for providing safe and effective care.
- Emotional health sufficient to provide safe and effective care, meet the physical demands of patient care, including but not limited to the ability to lift, position, and transport patient and the ability to lift, move and position heavy equipment.
- Meet the Minimal Technical Criteria Standards as outlined on the medical form.
The following immunizations are required to participate in the Bellin College clinical settings and to progress in the curriculum plans. All students will upload immunization documents into CastleBranch, Inc. to show proof of date and completion of their immunization requirements. Any declination of vaccines will put the student’s ability to advance through the curriculum in jeopardy. Blood titers showing immunity must be documented as “antibodies present”, “immune”, or have an ISR value of 1.10 or higher.
|Measles||Positive immune blood titer or dates of two (2) vaccines.|
|Mumps||Positive immune blood titer or dates of two (2) vaccines.|
|Rubella||Positive immune blood titer or dates of two (2) vaccines.|
|Positive immune blood titer or dates of two (2) vaccines. If you have had Chickenpox, you will need a blood titer. If you’ve had varicella (Chickenpox), you must provide documented results of a positive blood titer showing proof of sufficient immunity. History or documentation of the disease IS NOT acceptable proof of immunity.|
|Hepatitis B||Positive immune blood titer. If vaccine series was completed more than six (6) months ago, documentation of that series (3 shots) will be adequate. If titer was performed within 1-6 months after series and is non-immune, additional shots and titer(s) will be required up to a maximum of six (6) shots. Immune titer is required if last dose is within six (6) months.|
|Meningococcal||Date of one (1) vaccine, or signed declination.|
|Tetanus||Td or Tdap is required. A booster is required every 10 years.|
|Flu Vaccine||Clinical requirements and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) indicate flu vaccines are mandatory. Each clinical site will have flu season
protocol/requirements that students will be expected to abide by; which includes proof of compliance in receiving the flu vaccination. Flu vaccines are administered for free at the College in the fall of the academic year.
The Wisconsin Administrative Code states that all persons having direct contact with hospital patients must be assessed for the presence of active pulmonary tuberculosis. It is a requirement of all applicants to have two (2) TB tests before admission. The 2-step TB screening involves receiving the test, then returning to have it read within a specific time period. The second step involves the process repeated one (1) to three (3) weeks after the 1st TB skin test. Once enrolled as a Bellin College student, annual screening is mandatory during the month of March. January entry students will obtain their annual skin test in November.
If the student converts (positive skin test) on her/his annual health assessment or has had a past positive TB skin test, a baseline chest x-ray is required and the student must follow-up with her/his health care provider for treatment. A written statement is required from treating health care provider regarding clinical status/restrictions. A Quantiferon test is also acceptable. An annual review of TB signs and symptoms will be required thereafter. Bellin College will not be held liable for payment for quantiferon blood tests, chest x-rays, or further medical care.
TB skin tests are free of charge for Bellin College students if given by Occupational Health Services. Vaccines and blood tests are discounted. Payments must be cash only (checks and other forms of payment are not accepted). To receive the discounted pricing, incoming students are to identify self as a Bellin College student when making appointments and at the time of service.
Please note: The Signs/Symptoms sheets are available from the Bellin College Admissions Department.
Resources to obtain TB testing and/or immunizations are as follows:
- Primary health care providers.
- Bellin Occupational Health (Bellevue location, 3263 Eaton Road) for TB tests, titers, and some vaccines. Call 920-430-4560 for an appointment.
- Bellin Occupational Health (Ashwaubenon location, 1630 Commanche Ave.) for TB tests, titers, and some vaccines. Call 920-433-4560 for an appointment.