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How to Register

Registration dates are listed on the Bevill State Calendar. Online registration can be completed at My BSCC. This site can also be used to determine course grades and to access web-based classes. Registration procedures are as follows:


Step 1 Complete the Admissions Process
Step 2 Know the format of instruction that fits your personal needs. Bevill State offers a wide array of courses in various instructional formats to fit the unique learning needs of each student. Students can choose from the options listed to the right for course instructional methods.
Step 3 Print your degree plan at My BSCC which details the course requirements for your program of study.  Review Accessing Your College Account for instructions.
Step 4 Begin to review the course schedule and use the registration form to create a trial schedule prior to meeting with your advisor.
Step 5 Contact your advisor to schedule an advising session.
Step 6 Pay all tuition and fees. Students are not officially registered until tuition and fees are paid or financial assistance has been arranged.

NOTE: New students will schedule appointments with their academic advisors following completion of placement testing.

Traditional

Courses that are taught in the traditional class meeting format. Students are required to attend class at the designated class meeting times.

Interactive Intercampus
Television System (IITS)

Courses are taught from one site and remotely transmitted to the other sites. Students can interact with other students and the instructor through this remote system. Students are required to attend class at the designated class meeting times.

Hybrid

Courses that are taught in a combined format of online and in-class meeting format. Students must come to class as scheduled for lectures, exams, complete web-based assignments, and work with other students to complete group assignments or projects.

Web Based

Courses taught totally through an online format using the Blackboard course management system. Students interested in taking an online course should complete the Is Online Learning for You Survey to assess readiness for online learning.

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