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Registration Assistance

Students are required to schedule an advising session with their assigned academic advisors each term prior to registering for classes for the upcoming term. However, students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisors, by appointment, as needed throughout each term.

Students must schedule appointments for an advising session with their assigned academic advisors prior to or during the Advance Registration period. During the advisement appointment, the student and advisor will review program requirements, monitor the student's academic progress and needs, and complete the registration process. The advisor may also activate the student’s account to allow the student to access online registration at MyBSCC.

Students who do not complete an advising session with their assigned advisors during the Advanced Registration period will not be able to take advantage of Advanced Registration and complete the registration process.

Registration dates are listed on the Bevill State Calendar. Registration procedures are as follows:

Step 1 
New students must complete the admissions process before registering for courses.

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.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dates, times, and offerings may change and scheduled dates and activities may change.

Instructional Methods

  • 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 Canvas course management system. (Canvas Assistance)

Step 3 
Print your degree plan at MyBSCC 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. Don’t know who your advisor is? Go to your MyBSCC account and select Student Personal Information and then select View My Information.  If an advisor has been assigned to you will see their name under Advisor Information section.  Please email your advisor to discuss your advising session. If you don’t see an advisor assigned to you in your MyBSCC account, please contact a Student Services Specialist.

Click here for the EMPLOYEE DIRECTORY for assistance with contact information.

Step 6 
Pay all tuition and fees. Students are not officially registered until tuition and fees are paid or financial assistance has been arranged. Click Here for PAYMENT INFORMATION FOR SUMMER 2020.

VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO REGISTER THROUGH MYBSCC

VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS ON MYBSCC ACCOUNT RECOVERY

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. 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.

Administrative Withdrawals

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

  • Student has not met prerequisite requirements for a course.
  • Student has not attended course within the first two weeks.
  • Student has not cleared all tuition and/or fees for courses.
  • Student disciplinary action.