How To Apply For Admission To Bel-Rea

Step One

Request information and speak with an Admissions Advisor.

Step Two

Read Bel-Rea’s Online Catalog and Admissions Requirements.

Step Three

Complete Bel-Rea’s Free Application for Acceptance.

Step Four

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

  • We recommend ordering transcripts as early as possible in the application process.
  • When ordering official e-transcripts, have them sent to
  • If your immunization records are available through your high school, have them sent to you so that you can take them to your physical exam (required later for enrollment).
  • 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.

Step Five

Tour the campus – available through your Admissions Advisor.

Step Six

Take the Admissions Entrance Exam – Schedule through your admissions advisor, if needed.

  • 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).

Applicants will receive a confirmation of acceptance after all application items have been submitted and reviewed by the Admissions Office.

Please note:  If you would like Bel-Rea’s staff to interact with someone throughout your application process, such as a parent, spouse, or counselor, please fill out this Information Release Form.

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