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Admissions Process for New Students

Admissions Office, F-114, Ext. 1630
  1. Complete Admissions application. 
  2. Provide an official high school transcript or GED transcript.
  3. Pay $10 application fee for in-state residents/$35 for out-of-state residents.

Once the admissions office receives your complete application package, you will be notified by mail that you are accepted to BCC. Please make arrangements to take the placement test.

Testing Center, K-213, Ext. 1655/1656

For all students who have not completed college-level courses in English or Mathematics; please call ahead to make an appointment to take the Learning Skills Assessment. A practice test is available at: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/accuplacer-sample-questions-for-students.pdf.

Please note: If you need accommodations for the placement test, due to a disability, do not schedule your assessment test until you meet with Disability Resource Center's staff. For students who are registered with the DRC be sure to call after testing to inform Disability Resource Center staff of your LSA scores and ask for course/faculty recommendations.

On the day of your test:

  • Bring photo ID
  • Student may re-test one time

You will receive your LSA scores via mail, generally, within 2 weeks.

Financial Aid Office, F-122, Ext. 1644

Complete Federal Student Financial Aid application online at https://fafsa.ed.gov/index.htm (file before May 1st if possible.)

Computer workstations are available in the Financial Aid Office.

Disability Resource Center, A-107, Ext. 1605

Contact the Disability Resource Center, if you require accommodations or were previously on an IEP.

  • Submit documentation of your disability.
  • Complete intake form and sign confidentiality statement.
  • Schedule your learning skills assessment (LSA) with accommodations.

During the first week of every semester you should receive your academic accommodation forms in the mail.

Academic Advising Center F-117

Registering for Classes: Call to schedule an individual appointment with an academic adviser to select your courses. Contact the Registrar's Office at 236-2137.

You will receive a postcard and letter of invitation to attend a student orientation. Students will be able to sign up for orientation day information sessions online.Contact the Student Development Office for more information at 236-1605.

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