With a population just over 50,000, Bellevue is one of Nebraska’s larger mid-size cities. Even though the city isn’t very big, it has experienced steady and continuous growth of the last century. While not technically part of Omaha, it is located just 8 miles to the south in the suburbs of its much larger neighbor to the north.
Bellevue has a expanding economy, primarily fueled by growth in the civilian sector. The city is also home to Bellevue University which also contributes to the local economy. Bellevue University, formerly Bellevue College, is the only higher education institution that resides within the city. There are however several other colleges and university located just up the road in Omaha.
Founded in 1966, Bellevue University is a comprehensive, coeducation, private, four-year university that offers career-oriented bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. degree programs. It is one of the largest higher education institutions in Nebraska and has a nationally recognized online degree program that serves students from the across the United States. Bellevue University is fully accredited through the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Below you’ll find more information and links leading to more information for the four-year colleges and universities located in Bellevue, Nebraska.
1000 Galvin Road South
Bellevue, NE 68005-3098
main school phone: (402) 293-2000
admission phone: (800) 756-7920
admission fax: (402) 557-7230
Bellevue University has a total enrollment of 8,200+ students and provides bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees and programs. Bellevue University offers a large selection of undergraduate majors in a variety of subject areas. Majors offered at Bellevue include art, art management, advertising art, fine art, biology, business management, accounting, e-commerce, human resources management, marketing, communications, computer information sciences, physical education, English, prelaw, premedicine, health and clinical sciences, psychology, sports and fitness administration, liberal arts and sciences, public administration, law enforcement administration as well as a variety of social science disciplines.