If you are a current High School student wishing to take classes for dual credit, please visit our Dual Credit
section to learn more about the program. Classes are offered on campus as well as in many area high schools.
Step 2 Apply for Financial Aid
Financial Aid offers students a way to pay for college classes. In order to verify if you qualify to receive Financial Aid, students must fill out the FAFSA which is located at www.fafsa.gov. For more information regarding Financial Aid please visit the Financial Aid Page
Step 3 Submit Required Documents for Admissions Office
If you have never attended another college submit an official high school transcript or GED.
If you were a Home School student please submit a Notarized Home School Academic Record.
If you have attended another college or university please submit your previous college transcripts.
Official transcripts must be in a sealed institutional envelope and mailed or hand delivered to:
Brazosport College Office of Admissions & Records
500 College Drive
Lake Jackson, TX, 77566
Step 4 Meet the Requirement for Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine
Vaccination requirement applies to anyone under the age of 22 as follows:
Any student under the age of 22 attending classes at BC
All first time freshmen
All new transfer students
All returning BC students with a break in enrollment of at least one Fall or Spring semester
All new dual credit students enrolled in a course taught on the BC campus
Step 5 Submit Placement Test Scores to the Admissions Office
Upon entering Brazosport College, all degree seeking students are required to take the TSI placement test, or meet an exemption. The purpose of the new examination is to assess a student's academic ability in order to correctly identify the correct course sequence for new students. The TSI Assessment will determine your entry level for the subjects of reading, writing, and math. To learn more about the TSI placement test refer to the Pre-Assessment
Activity or contact the Assessment Center
at (979) 230-3040.
Step 6 Attend the New Student Orientation
Orientation is required prior to registration for all new college students new. The orientation must be scheduled in advance prior to the date of the event.
Please visit the orientation page for more information.
Step 7 Meet with an Advisor
Talk to a BC counselor to select courses. To assist students in achieving their goals, counselors and academic advisors are available to help students with their degree plans. With a plan in place, students are more likely to achieve their goals. Our counselors and advisors are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and are eager to assist you in your quest for excellence.
Step 8 Register for Classes
Register online through myBC once you have received you Student ID. Note that if it is close to the registration dates, you may have to come onsite to register and the myBC option may not be available to you.
Admissions Department hours are:
Online Registration is available 24/7.
Fall & Spring
Monday – Thursday 8am to 6:30pm and Friday 8am- 11:30am
Monday 8am to 6:30pm
Tuesday -Thursday 8am-5:30pm and Fridays 8am-11:30 am.
Pay for your classes online on myBC with a credit card or check or at the cashier booth located on campus. Call the cashier at (979) 230-3408 for hours of operation.
Once you have paid for your classes you may bring proof of your payment to the library for your picture student ID.
Now that you have enrolled and arranged payment you may begin your journey. Just don’t forget to attend your classes.