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Bellevue University — A Leader in Adult Learning
Bellevue University is a private, non-profit institution that understands the learning needs of busy, working adults. Trusted for 50 years to provide career-relevant learning programs and services, Bellevue University helps students succeed. We call it Real Learning for Real Life.
Military Friendly - Bellevue University is rated among the top military friendly universities. Bellevue University staff have been there and understand the needs of military personnel, whether your goal is to advance in the military or begin a new career.
Accelerated Degrees for Active Duty Military
Take advantage of Military Preferred tuition of $250 per credit hour when you choose from over 25 bachelor's degrees* in relevant career fields. On top of preferred military pricing, we offer credit for military training and experience, 100% online accelerated degree programs, and one of the most generous credit transfers in the nation. You'll be on your way to earning your degree quickly and affordably.
Hurlburt Field AFB
Bellevue University has an office on Hurlburt Field Air Force Base at the Education Office to help Airmen and their family members get the most out of their Associate degree.
Our online classroom is easy to access, and the learning is rich and relevant. The professors who teach online take specialized training courses enabling them to develop truly interactive curriculums to effectively engage and inspire students
Bellevue University students participate in classes with groups of peers with similar backgrounds and career aspirations, so you will learn from shared experiences and perspectives - and develop relationships that serve you throughout your life.
Bellevue University's beautiful 46-acre main campus is located just outside of Omaha in Bellevue, Nebraska. Bellevue University has graduated over 48,000 students and serves more than 10,000 students annually at a total of 15 locations and everywhere online.
Bellevue University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission through the U.S. Department of Education (www.hlcommission.org) 800-621-7440.