Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology: Ranking & Review

United States

Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics

Acceptance Rate33%33%33%
Enrolled undergraduates63360
Enrolled total (including graduate students)32123298

Male-Female Ratio

Enrollment by race or ethnicity

Admission requirements

It’s free to apply for undergraduates.

Secondary school GPARequired
Secondary school rankNeither required nor recommended
Secondary school recordRequired
Completion of the college-preparatory programNeither required nor recommended
RecommendationsNeither required nor recommended
Formal demonstration of competenciesNeither required nor recommended
Admission test scoresNeither required nor recommended
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Recommended
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)Neither required nor recommended

Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology Tuition

Total cost for students livingIn-stateOut-of-state
The total cost includes tuition and fees, books, supplies and other expenses per full academic year.

Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology does not provide on-campus housing.

Average Tuition and fees for academic year programs
Tuition for Full-time undergraduates$11,963$11,963
Fees for full-time undergraduates$0$0

Programs and Degrees

ProgramsAssociate's degreeTotal
Health Professions and Related Programs133133
Grand Total133133

A total of 133 2-year associate's degrees conferred across undergraduate programs at Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology.

Graduation rate30%25%31%
  • Full-time retention rate - 61%

General info

Alternative namesBel-Rea
Bel-Rea Intitute
Religious affiliationNot applicable
Mission StatementTo instill in the students not only the marketable skills needed for initial employment, but also the initiative, self- confidence and resourcefulness necessary for advancement.” - Adopted by the Management, Faculty, Staff, and Advisory Board April 18, 1986 Bel-Rea strives to create valuable veterinary technician employees for the local, national, and global veterinary community by providing all students with a well-rounded education that will allow them the opportunity to successfully launch their career as a veterinary technician. The field of veterinary medicine is continually evolving, and Bel-Rea utilizes institutional goal achievement, student outcomes, and input from veterinary professionals to study and consistently improve our efforts for our students, faculty, staff, veterinary employers, and the professional community. The program's educational philosophy is that the student is considered our most valuable asset, and it is the well- being and training of the student that is our most important consideration. Bel-Rea's educational objectives actively support this mindset and are as follows: 1. To assist all students in achieving a superior level of basic skills for an entry-level veterinary technician. 2. To instill in each student the means of developing a professional appearance, poise and a continuing pattern for self-improvement. 3. To impart a practical knowledge of appropriate procedures and techniques, with emphasis on learning by doing. 4. To provide a background diverse enough to enable graduates to progress to management level. 5. To give the student the opportunity to exercise responsibility, and to develop the self-confidence that goes with responsibility. 6. To provide general education courses that enrich the student's personal life and result in better citizenship, as well as employment competence.
Academic CalendarQuarter
Total FTE staff37
Instructional FTE12
Sector of institutionPrivate for-profit, 2-year
Control of institutionPrivate for-profit
Carnegie ClassificationSpecial Focus Two-Year: Health Professions

Location and Contacts

Address1681 S Dayton St
Denver, Colorado, 80247
United States
Urbanization levelSuburb: Large
City population683,000