Please fill out the form below to apply for admission at Bevill State Community College online. The form must be completed in its entirety. Additional information about the admissions process is provided in the sidebar to the right.
Transfer students must submit official copies of all college transcripts.
Transient students must submit an authorized Transient Student Form from the degree-granting institution.
Accelerated high school students must have an overall "B" average, be in grade 11 or 12 and submit a Special Admissions Approval Form authorized by the high school principal or counselor prior to enrollment. Dual Enrolment/Dual Credit student applications must have an overall "B" average as earned in standard, regulation high school courses, normally leading to the high school diploma, be enrolled in grade 10, 11, or 12, and must have written approval of the Principal, local Superintendent of Education, and the President of Bevill State Community College prior to enrollment. Six semester credit hours at the post-secondary level shall equal one credit at the high school level in the same or a related subject. The applicant must meet the entrance requirements established by Bevill State. The Early College Enrollment Program (ECEP) allows students to work toward a technical college degree or certificate while completing their high school graduation requirements. To enroll, students must complete college admission requirements and receive approval from their counselor, principal and superintendant to enroll in ECEP. In addition, students must have at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale, pass the high school exit exam before the 12th grade, and take the COMPASS test with placement in MTH 100 and ENG 101. Once accepted, students must enroll as a full-time student of Bevill State with at least 12 hours each semester and maintain a 2. GPA.
Students wishing to apply for admission under the provision of the State Plan for Exceptional Children and Youth must contact the Office of Student Services for additional information.
Some programs require a minium ACT score to be on file prior to consideration for admission. Contact the Office of Student Services for specific program requirements.
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