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Registration Assistance

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 Prior to the registration period, the student must make an appointment with his/her academic advisor for the purpose of selecting course work appropriate for his/her program of study.
Step 2 Remove all financial obligations from previous enrollment (e.g., tuition, fees, library fees, and bookstore charges).
Step 3 Complete the registration process by completing online registration at My BSCC or during advising session.
Step 4 Pay all tuition and fees. Students are not officially registered until tuition and fees are paid or financial assistance has been arranged. During the registration period, students must pay all tuition and fees. If all tuition and fees are not paid during the registration period, students will be assessed a $25 late fee.
Step 5 Students who do not remove charges for all tuition and fees will be removed from course rosters.

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

NOTE: Students are required to have all necessary documentation in their academic record files prior to the beginning of their second term. Students who fail to provide the required documentation will not be allowed to register for a second term at Bevill State.



Course Overload

Special approval from the Campus Dean or his/her designee is required for students who desire to register for more than 19 credit hours. Students may not register for more than 24 credit hours during any term. The student must have a cumulative 2.0 GPA to request a course overload.

Schedule Changes/Drop and Add

All schedule changes must be made during the official schedule change period. Students should contact their program advisor to initiate a schedule change. Schedule changes may also change a student’s financial aid status.

Withdrawal From a Course

After the schedule change period, a student who drops a course may do so by completing a Change/Withdrawal-Refund Request Form in the Office of Student Services or at the appropriate instructional site. Prior to midterm, a grade of "W"¯ will be assigned. After midterm, a grade of "WP"¯ (Withdrawn Passing) or "WF"¯ (Withdrawn Failing) will be assigned, dependent upon whether the student is passing or failing at the time he or she drops. NOTE: Students dropping a class after midterm must do so by the last regularly scheduled day of class.

Withdrawal From the College

Students withdrawing from the College may do so by completing a Change/Withdrawal-Refund Request Form and dropping all courses for which they are registered. This process must be completed in the Office of Student Services or at the appropriate instructional site. A grade of "W" will be assigned for withdrawals prior to midterm. After midterm, a "WP"¯ (Withdrawn Passing) will be assigned if a student is passing or a grade of "WF"¯ (Withdrawn Failing) will be assigned if the student is failing at the time of withdrawal. NOTE: Students dropping a class after midterm must do so by the last regularly scheduled day of class.

Administrative Withdrawals

The College may withdraw a student from course rosters for the following reasons:

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