BCC has an open enrollment policy; without regard to race, color, sex, religion, nationality, national origin, veteran status, or disability. Age requirement is seventeen years of age, age 16 see admissions dual enrollment.
Prospective, new, and transfer students must complete a new application. Former students will complete a re-admissions application. All students must have a complete student file before enrolling in courses.
A one-time admission fee of $30.00 will apply to new and transfer students.
Official, certified high school transcript from an accredited high school approved by the Department of Education with graduation date OR official copy of GED/HI-Set
Certified transcript(s) from other college(s) if a transfer student
Declaration of Major
Signed documentation of two doses of measles, mumps & rubella (MMR.) The Board of Directors and Administration support the Montana Immunization Law for students born after December 31, 1956.
Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB),If enrolled in a federally recognized Indian Tribe
Letter of special of admissions required with BCC admissions application
Spring Registration is January 13-17 | 9:00-4:00
Tuesday Jan 14 open till 6:00 PM
ADMISSIONS FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT
For a student to be duel-enrolled, they must:
- Meet the admission requirements
- Must be at least 16 years of age
- Must have signed agreement with the school system, approving enrollment at BCC for dual enrollment
- Take pre-test if taking Math or English classes to show proficiency
- Upon High School graduation, provide official High School transcription with graduation date
When a student is successfully admitted they may then register for courses. All students are required to apply for financial aid and explore other funding resources.
Your assigned advisor will help you choose a program of study, design a two-year educational plan, and prepare you for the future goals which may include transferring to a four-year institution or employment.
STUDENT ENTRANCE TESTING
All new, and transfer students with a 1.99 grade point average (GPA) or lower, are required to take an assessment test before enrolling. The college uses the results of the assessment test to determine the student’s academic skill level. Study skills and writing support are integrated into general core courses.
Student Orientation is required for new, transfer, and former students returning after an absence of three years or more. Students are provided information on registration, advising, and other services available to them.
STUDENT ID CARDS
Students are issued one card per academic year, and if the ID is lost or stolen, the replacement fee is $5.00. The student ID cards are used for bookstore, library, and financial services, and to attend various campus events and activities.
Division of study offered at BCC
Math and Science
Education and Health
Business and Information Technology