Frequently Asked Questions
How can I register for classes with Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College?
Are there funding options available for Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College classes?
While most classes are non-credit and do not qualify for financial aid, students receiving unemployment may qualify for certain resources. For more information, please visit the Worker Retraining Office website, or call (425) 564-4141.
I am a veteran. Is GI Bill funding available for Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College classes?
As they are non-credit, most Tombolo Institute classes do not qualify for funding. However, we encourage our veteran students to contact Bellevue College’s Veteran’s Office for assistance by visiting their website, or by phone at (425) 564-2220.
I am an International Student. Where can I find more information on F-1 Student Visa requirements?
Does Tombolo Institute offer degree programs?
How can I learn more about a class or certificate program?
You can browse the full Tombolo Institute catalog here. Students may also contact a Program Manager from their program area of interest
How do I create my Net Id?
Your NetID is your electronic identity at Bellevue College. It is a combination of a username and password which allows you to log in to online and computing services such as email, Canvas, and computers on campus. Once you have been issued your college SID (system Identification number) and PIN (password) you will need to create your NetID online. Create your NetID here.
Emergency and weather
Emergency & Weather Alerts
Tombolo Institute strives to keep you informed on emergency and weather-related closures. To get up-to-the-minute information on weather alerts and emergency information, please sign up for emergency alerts via text message. You will need a student or employee NetID to register.
Please be aware that during emergency or weather-related closures, Tombolo Institute staff may not be available for phone calls.
If you do not have, or do not wish to have a Bellevue College NetID and e-mail address, you can receive similar text and email emergency notices from SchoolReport.org or other news sources.
Other ways to stay informed
- Check the Bellevue College homepage–During high alert periods when closures are a possibility, the BC home page will display a visible banner to provide the latest status.
- Call Bellevue College’s 24-hour recorded message at (425) 401-6680
Security and privacy statement
All online registrations are processed through CampusCE, which is an authorized registration provider for Bellevue College. CampusCE is a Verisign-secure site.
Tombolo Institute is committed to making sure your personal information remains confidential. We will not sell, loan, or provide any of your personal information to anyone outside of Bellevue College.
Social Security Number
Your SSN is confidential, and, under federal law, it is protected and will not be disclosed to unauthorized parties. Disclosure may be authorized for the purposes of state and federal financial aid, Hope/Lifetime Learning tax credits, academic transcripts or accountability research.
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