Southeast Community College and Bellevue University have joined
together to make it easier for Nebraska students to earn a four-year degree.
A ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony was held at SCC’s
Lincoln Campus on Thursday, May 12, to dedicate the new Bellevue University
office. The office will make it easier for students at SCC to make the
transition to the four-year university. The office is located in Room 102 of
the U Section on the Lincoln Campus.
SCC President, Dr. Paul Illich, and Bellevue University
President, Dr. Mary Hawkins, spoke about what this means for both institutions.
“Bellevue University is proud to celebrate the latest
enhancement to our long-standing partnership with Southeast Community College,”
Hawkins said. “This new outreach location will enable SCC and Bellevue
University to better serve students, faculty and staff, and provide a seamless
pathway to help students reach their educational goals.”
Students seeking an Associate of Arts or Associate of
Science degree from SCC, or those who take a smaller number of transfer classes
at the College, will experience a seamless transition to Bellevue University.
BU also accepts credits from students who receive their Associate of Applied Science
degree from SCC. Transfer advisors are available to assist students with any
questions or concerns during the transfer process. The advisors can be reached
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.