Why choose Brazosport College?

Wherever you are on your educational journey, we're here to help. With smaller class sizes and a variety of resources, you'll be getting more support to help you be successful. You also have more options to take classes around your schedule- day or night, on-campus or online. We'll provide you with the education you'll need to jump right into the workforce or transfer to a four-year university.

Learn how to get started today by moving on to the next slide.

Step 1: Get Admitted

New Brazosport College Students:

Please submit an application through Apply Texas as far in advance of registration as possible. Please allow the Admissions Office 2 Business Days to receive and process your application. Once processed, you'll receive your BC ID, Username, and PIN Number.

Returning Brazosport College Students:

Students that have attended Brazosport College within the last year, have no outstanding holds, and are self-advised may register for classes through MyBC.

Students who have not attended Brazosport College in over a year are required to submit re-admission items to the Admission's Office by the Registration Deadline. You can learn more about re-admission by visiting the returning students page.

International Students

For more information, please refer to the International Student Page.

Step 2: Required Documents and Testing (if needed)

New Brazosport College students are required to provide:

Official documents/transcripts for the highest level of education completed

Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination (Required for anyone under the age of 22 attending classes on Brazosport College Campus.)

Submit Placement Test Scores*

*Certificate seeking students are NOT required to take the Placement Testing unless they intend on taking academic classes outside of their certification program. Dual Credit Students can speak with their Dual Credit Counselor regarding exemptions.

Learn more about required documents and testing.

Step 3: Get Enrolled

✔ Get Advised Required for new students.

Meet with an advisor to discuss ACE It, placement scores, degree planning, and registration. For more information please refer to the Counseling/Testing Page.

✔ New Student Orientation Required for new students.

New Student Orientation with provide you with valuable information about Brazosport College as well as introduce you to college resources, culture, and polices. You can learn more about orientation and sign up by visiting the New Student Orientation page.

✔ Register

Register for classes online through MyBC or on-campus.

Learn how to enroll using MyBC.

Step 4: Get Financed

 Apply for Financial Aid

Complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov (School Code: 007287)

 Apply for Scholarships

You can apply for scholarships at www.brazosport.edu/financialaid.

 Pay for Classes

You can pay your tuition and fees online through your MyBC account or in person at our campus business office.

You can view payment plans options available at www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/brazosport

For more information, visit www.brazosport.edu/financialaid

Step 5: Get Prepared


Visit the BC Bookstore to purchase or rent textbooks. *Hours of operation may vary based on each semester. For more information, call 979-230-3410 or visit www.brazosportbookstore.com

 BC ID Cards

You can obtain your BC Student Picture ID in our Campus Library.

 Print Your Schedule

Make sure to have a print out of your schedule. You can request a print out from the cashier window with a photo ID or by accessing it through your MyBC.

Need further assistance?

Veteran Students

You can learn more about Veteran Services by visiting their website or calling 979-230-3473.

Disability Services

For more information regarding Disability Services, visit their website or contact our Disability Services Counselor, Phil Robertson at Phil.Robertson@brazosport.edu or call 979-230-3040.

Career Services

Visit our Gator Career and Guidance Center to learn more about resources available to you. For more information, visit their website or call 979-230-3646.

Still need help? Check out our Registration Tips and Guidelines, or contact us using the form below!

Registration Tips & Guidelines

Online registration is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, during priority and open registration. Please remember that most BC offices are open during normal operating hours. If you need to see an advisor, clear a hold, etc. you must do so during the posted hours for that particular office.
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Click for Registrar live support

Apply for admission at www.applytexas.org. A bacterial meningitis vaccination is required for all students under the age of 22. Apply for financial aid and scholarships. Your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) must be completed at www.fafsa.gov. The Brazosport College school code is "007287". Assistance filling out the FAFSA is available at the Career Center. Visit our scholarship site or Financial Aid website for more information on money available. Veterans, please bring your DD214 if you would like to apply to use your GI or Hazelwood benefits.

Placement testing, also known as the TSI exam, is required for all incoming, degree seeking students. If you have test scores for the ACT, SAT, TAKS, or STARR testing that are less than five years old, you may be exempt from TSI testing. Incoming students can look up TSI test dates online, however, you must register for a TSI exam at the front desk in the BC Lobby and pay $29 at the cashier's office. We do not offer online payment. Bring a photo ID with you when you take your TSI exam. Students with disabilities who need an accommodation or modification for placement testing and/or course accommodations should contact the Disability Services Counselor at (979) 230-3236. TSI exams are free for all Dual Credit Sophomore, Junior, and Seniors (until Spring semester) students ONLY. Once placement tests are completed, meet with an advisor to discuss your scores, degree planning, and registration for the upcoming semester . An e-counselor is also available to assist you.

Register for New Student Orientation here.

Make payment or payment arrangements for tuition and fees. You will need proof of payment/payment plan in order to take your student picture ID and student account information from IT. Payment plan information is available here. Obtain your BC student picture ID in the library.

Financial Aid may be available to assist you in paying tuition, fees, and book costs. Grants, scholarships, and Federal Direct Loans may be available to qualified applicants. Not all scholarship funds are based on income. APPLY NOW to determine your eligibility. Priority consideration for awards is given to students that complete their Summer files by April 1st and Fall files by June 1st. Students who have applied for Financial Aid will be able to view their status, including missing items and any awards, on myBC.

Tuition and fee payment may be made any time during registration through myBC by using your credit card or checking account. The payment system is open 24 hours a day and accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit cards. Students may also pay in full at the Cashier’s Office in BC Central during normal office hours.

Payment dates can be found here. Tuition payment plan options are available to all students. Click here for more information.

Are you a veteran and need additional information about services specifically for BC Veterans? Please visit our Veterans Services Office for additional information. Services provided include VA Benefits coordination, academic advising, career counseling, and admissions assistance. If you are a student interested in using your Hazelwood or Hazelwood Legacy benefits, application and information can be found by clicking here.

Registration for Winter Intersession, or mini-mester, will follow the same Priority Registration Dates for the Spring 2017 semester.

Priority Registration allows students who have completed a specified number of credit hours to register before students who have completed fewer credit hours. Pre-Registration will be controlled by date and is based on total credits already earned. These hours do not include the current semester. Please see the chart below detailing the number of credits that must be earned in order to register on the specified date.

The registration system will assign students to specific dates based upon total credits earned. You will not be allowed to register before the date assigned by the system. Once your assigned date arrives, you will be able to pre-register and the system will continue to remain open to you from that point forward. You will then be able to make schedules changes until registration for the semester completely ends.

Pre-Registration Groups
Based upon the number of completed credits at Brazosport College
May Mini, Summer(I &II),  & Fall  2018
Online registration and on-campus registration begin at 8 a.m.
Veterans, Honors, & Dual Credit StudentsApril 2, 2018
45 or more credits completedApril 9, 2018
30 or more credits completedApril 16, 2018
15 or more credits completedApril 23, 2018
Open registration beginsApril 30, 2018

The myBC portal will show your allowed registration date based upon completed credits.