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Below you will find instructions, requirements and information to help you complete an application to BMCC whether you plan to attend on campus, online, or as a dual enrolled student. If you are ready to apply now, click the button.

New On Campus Students

New students may apply online but to officially register for on campus classes, students must meet with an on campus advisor and complete the registration packet check list.  While it is convenient to register for courses online, the role of the advisors is to make sure students are taking the appropriate courses and have met the pre-requisites and co-requisites associated with these courses.  Until there is a completed on campus registration check list and current application for you on file, you will not be registered for on campus classes.

1. Apply to BMCC: Click here to Fill out an Application  (You will also have the opportunity to fill out the online application once on campus.)

2. When the application is completed you will receive an acknowledgement email from admissions. Note: If you have not received a response to your application, please check your Junk/Spam folder. Many email providers send responses into those folders. A formal BMCC acceptance letter will be sent via U.S. mail.

3. Potential students should Request an Official Transcript from their High School and/or College Transcripts if you have earned college credits or a college degree. Have the Transcripts sent to:

Bay Mills Community College
ATTN: Admissions
12214 West Lakeshore Drive
Brimley MI 49715
 

4. Bay Mills Community College will accept transfer credits from other accredited institutions within certain guidelines. Check with the Michigan Transfer Network to see what classes are accepted by BMCC. 

5. At this point potential students will need to visit the BMCC campus to complete the registration process.

6. Please bring your picture I.D. and Tribal I.D. if applicable. 

  • Once on campus you will be required to take a placement test in the BMCC Library. The test is untimed, but generally takes about two hours, so we suggest coming in at least two hours before the library closes in order to give yourself enough time to finish the test. The library’s hours are as follows:

Summer  (May – August)
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Fall and Winter (Sept. – April)
Monday – Thursday  8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday                        8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday                   10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

     *If you are taking your placement test towards the end of the day please note that you may have to return to campus the next business day to finish the registration process. More information about the Placement test can be found here.

New Online Students

Online courses provide the convenience of instruction that allows students to study from their own location and on their own schedule. Students may complete individual online courses or complete Associate of Arts degrees in either Early Childhood Education or Business Administration. Course work may include weekly online discussions, readings, and individual or group assignments. As in face-to-face courses, instructors require students to demonstrate mastery of subject area through exams, course projects, and research papers.  To learn more about Online learning click here.

Application, registration, financial aid, textbook ordering, and advisement are completed online. There is an Academic Manager for Online Learning, Kendra Mills (kmills@bmcc.edu), who acts as liaison between students and faculty when needed.

When applying for online classes, you must have a valid email address.  BMCC’s Online Coordinator must be able to email you with instructions prior to classes beginning.  

 

  1. Apply to BMCC: Click Here to Fill out an Application

  2. Receive acknowledgement/acceptance email from admissions.

  • NOTE: If you have not received a response to your application, please check your Junk/Spam folder. Many email providers send responses into those folders. If a BMCC Acceptance Letter is not there, please contact lauraparish@bmcc.edu to resend it. It's an automated letter, so it should not take very long to receive it.

  3. You may Request an Official Transcript directly from your High School, or College, if you earned a college degree.                   Have the Transcripts sent to:

Bay Mills Community College
ATTN: Laura Parish
12214 West Lakeshore Drive
Brimley MI 49715

For your convenience, most local students can order a high school transcript online using the Parchment Online Transcript ordering service.  Schools that participate include Brimley, Sault Area HS, Rudyard, Newberry, Paradise, Pickford, Cedarville, DeTour, St. Ignace, Engadine, Munising and Manistique.

  4. Bay Mills Community College will accept transfer credits from other accredited institutions within certain guidelines

  5. Fax a copy of tribal documentation if applicable to:

Bay Mills Community College
ATTN: Laura Parish
906-248-8417

  6. Schedule and take required Placement Test 

  7. Receive registration email to select classes

  8. Contact an academic advisor to develop a program plan

  9. Review Academic Calendar for registration dates and information

10. Review Course Descriptions, Prerequisites and Co-requisites

11. Register for classes during registration period 

12. Receive successful registration letter

13. Order appropriate books from the AOT bookstore

14. Receive Welcome Letter

15. Access your classes and read the syllabus by logging into Moodle

16. View and Pay your Bill

17. View the Financial Aid Disbursement Schedule (for students with financial aid greater than their bill)

Bay Mills Community College participates in the State of Michigan's Postsecondary Enrollment Option Act (PSEOA) by offering dual enrollment to qualified pupils that are eligible to enroll in postsecondary institutions. This program provides an opportunity for high shool students to earn college credit while still attending high school. Students who would like to pursue dual enrollment must check with their high schol principal or guidance counselor for eligibility guidelines and dual enrollment information. 

Students who are currently enrolled in High School (not yet graduated) and would like to enroll in BMCC courses:

1. Must download and submit a dual enrollment application. Please select Dual Enrollment Application if you are a public school student, or choose Non-Public School Dual Enrollment Application if home schooled. Please mail the completed application to:

Bay Mills Community College
Student Billing
12214 W. Lakeshore Drive
Brimley, MI 49715
 

2. Next students should complete the Bay Mills Community College online admissions application found here

3. Receive an email from the Online Registrar with further information.

4. BMCC uses a placement test to evaluate student readiness. This test must be completed after being admitted and before registering. Placement test information can be found here

5. After graduating from high school the student must submit an official high school transcript in order to receive college credit. If students have questions on Dual Enrollment they may contact the Dual Enrollment Advisor, Wendy Heyrman at wheyrman@bmcc.edu or 906-248-8403.

*If you applied to BMCC but did not attend, we typically retain official copies of transcripts for two academic years. If we have official transcripts on file, students will not need to request new copies.  Please contact the Admissions Office if you believe we have your transcripts or if you have any questions at 906-248-3354 .