Combine your love for animals with an exciting medical career - become a veterinary technician!  Our Admissions Advisors will be happy to discuss your interests and career options, share information about the program, answer your questions, and schedule tours of the school.

Now Enrolling For The Following Start Dates

January 8, 2018                April 9, 2018                July 2, 2018               October 1, 2018

Contact Information For Applicants

Call 1-800-950-8001/303-751-8700 or request information to connect with an Admissions Advisor.

When ordering official eTranscripts, have them sent to

CollegeBoard AP Exam School Code:  0928

Mailing Address:  1681 S Dayton St, Denver, CO 80247

Fax:  303-751-9969

How To Apply For Acceptance To Bel-Rea

1. Request information and speak with an Admissions Advisor.

2. Read Bel-Rea's catalog.

3. Complete the Free Application For Acceptance.

  • The application form will download as a zip file.  When you are finished filling in the form, click the submit button on the form it will automatically generate an addressed email with your completed form attached.
  • Please note:  Writable PDFs are not currently mobile device friendly.  Please utilize a desktop or laptop to complete your application.  You are also welcome to mail, fax, or bring your application to campus if you are unable to email it.

4. Submit official high school transcripts or official proof of High School Equivalency Diploma/Certificate and scores. 

  • We recommend ordering transcripts as early as possible in your application process.
  • When ordering official eTranscripts, have them sent to
  • High School Transcripts: Please check with your high school for how to order transcripts or utilize online sites such as  You are also welcome to hand deliver an official transcript in a sealed envelope signed by your school's registrar.  IMPORTANT:  If your immunization records are available through your high school, have them sent to you so you can take them to your physical exam (required later for enrollment).
  • Equivalency Transcripts: Please check with your testing center or utilize online sites such as (HISET, TASC, or GED), (GED), or (HISET).

Current high school students or those actively pursuing an equivalency diploma are welcome to apply before graduation or completion.  Official documentation of graduation or completion will be required for enrollment.

5. Tour the campus - available through your Admissions Advisor.

6. Take the Admissions Entrance Exam - schedule through your Admissions Advisor.

  • Required only for applicants with a high school cumulative GPA below 2.4, a high school equivalency diploma/certificate, or those that attended high school outside of the United States.
  • Waived for applicants who have earned a Bachelor's degree or higher in the United States (official transcripts required).


A. Apply for Financial Aid.

B. Apply for Veteran's Benefits - Veterans, military spouses, or children of those who serve may qualify.

C. Order official college transcripts, official military transcripts, and/or official AP Exam Scores - for those who want to waive credits at Bel-Rea due to previous college, military, or AP coursework.

D. Apply for disability accommodations, if-needed.

Disability accommodations are available for individuals who qualify. Please read our Disability Accommodations, Service Dog, and Veterinary Technician Essential Functions information. If you have any questions, please contact Bel-Rea's Student Services Coordinator, Rebecca Brown -, 303-751-8700, 1-800-950-8001.

Click here for information about the difference between Service Dogs, Emotional Support Animals, and Therapy Animals.

E. Discuss any concerns about criminal history, if-needed.

The Veterinary Medicine Field is one that is regulated by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and state credentialing organizations. If you have a conviction or pending case, please review this Criminal Background information Sheet and discuss your history with an Bel-Rea's Student Services Coordinator before committing your time and resources to a program.  Rebecca Brown -, 303-751-8700, 1-800-950-8001.

Resources For Incoming Students

Once you are accepted, please contact your Admissions Advisor for information on or questions about the following:

  • Physical Exam Form
  • Books, Manuals, and Supplies
  • Student Jobs
  • New Student Orientation Day
  • Bel-Rea's Internal Scholarships
  • Pet-friendly Housing
  • Roommate Connections
  • Community Resources

Upcoming Community Events At Bel-Rea

FAFSA Assistance Night

5:00-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday October 24

Bring your completed 2015 tax return (and your parent's return if you are a dependentent student and our financial aid advisor will assist you with filling out your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

  • Applicants: Please RSVP to your Admissions Advisor.
  • Want to apply?  Request information or call 303-751-8700/1-800-950-8001 to connect with an Admissions Advisor.
  • Current Students: Please RSVP to Melissa in Financial Aid via email

Community Open Houses

6:00-8:00 p.m. on Tuesday October 17

Come and talk with students and faculty, view surgery/radiology/dentistry/bandaging/laboratory demonstrations, speak with a graduate career panel, meet our animals, talk with Admissions and Financial Aid, and more! No RSVP needed.

Visit With Bel-Rea's Admission Team At Denver Metro Area/Colorado Events

Wag 'n' Trail with the Denver Dumb Friends League - September 16, 8 am-Noon, Glendale Farm Open Space in Castle Rock.

Want our Admissions Team to come to and talk at your Denver Metro Area high school's STEM Organization, Pre-Vet Club, Career Event, etc.?  Please contact us at 303-751-8700.

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