Student in the Student Pavilion

Priority Registration

Spring, Spring I, Spring II and May Mini Priority Registration starts October 30, 2023. All students will be able to register beginning November 1, 2023 at 8 a.m.

Priority Registration is based on earned credit hours at Brazosport College, not including the current semester. You can view your earned Brazosport College credits online through your myBC account. Please reference the Spring, Spring I, Spring II and May Mini Registration Schedule below.

Priority Registration Groups

Registration Start

Veterans, Honors, Dual Credit, and Students with 45 or more credits completed at BCOctober 30, 8 a.m.
30 or more credits completed at BCOctober 31, 8 a.m.
Open Registration begins for all BC studentsNovember 1, 8 a.m.

Steps to Enrollment

Step 1: Apply to Brazosport College

New Brazosport College Students

Submit an application Spring 2022 applicants use Apply Texas Summer 2022 & Fall 2022 applicants use 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 to log into MyBC. MyBC is a student portal that allows you to add courses, check your financial aid status, pay for courses, and more.

Dual Credit Students

Visit the Dual Credit page for more information.

Returning Brazosport College Students

Visit the Returning Student page for more information.

International Students

Visit the International Student Page for more information.

Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Apply for Financial Aid

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at (School Code: 007287)

Submit all financial aid requirements by the priority deadline to make sure your award is processed in time to pay for classes. To view financial aid deadlines, visit the financial aid website or the college events calendar.

Interested in becoming a student worker?
Students interested in becoming a student worker must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more about these unique employment opportunities at the Career and Guidance Center.

Apply for Scholarships

Did you know not all scholarships are based on income? Even if you don’t meet the criteria for federal aid, Brazosport College may have a scholarship for you. Apply at

For more information, visit the financial aid website.

Step 3: Submit Official Transcripts

Brazosport College will need official documents for the highest level of education completed. Depending on your classification, here’s what you’ll need to submit:

College Transfers

You will need to submit official transcripts from ALL previous colleges. We accept official transcripts via:

  • SPEEDE (electronic transcript system)
  • Parchment (electronic or mailed transcript system)
  • Escript/Credentials Solutions (electronic or mailed transcript system)
  • Mail-in a Sealed Envelope
  • Hand Carried in a Sealed Envelope

High School Graduates

Please submit your official high school transcript with a graduation date. We accept official transcripts via:

  • TREX electronic transcript system
  • Parchment (electronic or mailed transcript system)
  • Escript/Credentials Solutions (electronic or mailed transcript system)
  • Mail-in a Sealed Envelope
  • Hand Carried in a Sealed Envelope

High School Equivalency Students (HiSET/TxCHSE/GED)

Please provide your High School Equivalency transcript or verification to the Admissions Office. If you received your High School Equivalency in Texas, you may be able to print a verification online.

You can learn more about submitting official transcripts on the transcripts page.

Step 4: Submit Proof of Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination

Students Under the Age of 22

There is Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination requirement that applies to anyone under the age of 22 attending classes on the Brazosport College campus.

For detailed information, refer to the bacterial meningitis page.

Students Over the Age of 22

Students who are currently 22 years of age or older by the first day of the start of the semester in which you enroll are not required to provide the Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine.

Step 5: Submit Placement Test Scores

All degree seeking students are required to take the TSI placement test, or meet an exemption.

Exemptions include:

  • Veterans
  • Transfer Students
  • Certificate Level
  • Score exempt by SAT, ACT, or STAAR

The purpose of the 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 contact the assessment center at (979) 230-3000.

Step 6: Get Advised & Register for Courses

Get Advised

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.

For more information please, refer to the Counseling/Testing Page. We recommend meeting with an advisor as soon as possible.

Register for Courses

Register for classes online through MyBC or on-campus with an enrollment specialist.

Learn how to enroll using MyBC.

Step 7: Pay Tuition, Fees and Attend Orientation

Paying Your Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees can be paid online through your MyBC account or in person at the cashier’s office. Payment plans are available. Further information on how to set up a payment plan can be found on the Cashier's Office website.

You may pay with your financial aid award. If awarded, your authorized financial aid will be applied directly to your account balance. You are responsible for any remaining balance. For more information, visit

Be sure to pay tuition by the payment deadline or you will be dropped from classes.

To view deadlines, visit the Cashier's Office website or the college events calendar

Attend Orientation

Orientation is required for all new students who have never taken college courses before. Please view the Orientation Page for more information, dates, and times.

Step 8: Get Prepared for Class


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

BC ID Cards and IT Student Account Information

You can obtain your BC Student Picture ID in our campus library. You can set up your Student Account information with IT Helpdesk located in K Wing. You'll need this information to login to campus computers, D2L (Virtual Campus), MyBC and more.

You will need proof of payment or payment plan in order to obtain your student ID and account information.

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. 

Don't forget to view your schedule through MyBC or BC connect app on the first day of classes in case of changes (time, room, or instructor). 

Contact the
Registrar's Office

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


(979) 230-3000

(979) 230-3376

BC Central E-100
(To the right of Main Lobby)
500 College Drive
Lake Jackson, TX. 77566