Update: In compliance with the Phase Plan initiated by Bay Mills Tribal Council, Bay Mills Community College is operating with limited staff for services by appointment only. All visitors and staff are expected to wear masks upon entering the building and while conducting face-to-face meetings. Thank you for your patience. We will continue to keep everyone updated.
Bay Mills Indian Community is currently under Level 4 provisions. A copy of the Phase policy can be found here.
Fall courses will transition to an online format beginning Wednesday, November 18. Please contact your instructor if you have any questions regarding the method of instruction delivery. Spring classes are still planned as scheduled for on-campus and online instruction.
Bay Mills Community College operates on a semester system. The fall semester begins the last week of August or the first week of September and is completed in December. The spring semester begins in January and ends in May. BMCC offers a limited summer schedule which may include accelerated summer sessions. Summer courses are offered from May to August. A schedule listing hours, room numbers, and courses is published prior to each semester.
Each student enrolled at Bay Mills Community College will be assigned an academic advisor who approves the students' course loads, changes in academic studies, and helps with academic issues.
It is necessary for students to meet with an academic advisor every semester to get approval for the courses to be taken. Students are strongly encouraged to check with an academic advisor during the semester to discuss their progress and any difficulties they may be encountering. Academic advisors are available to discuss and help solve any problems students may encounter in achieving their educational goals, including referrals for tutoring or assistive technology.
BMCC is committed to excellence in teaching and learning and is equally committed to assessment as a means of ensuring effective student learning. Assessment is a continuous process of review and refinement at the course, program, and institutional level. Thus, faculty and administration are engaged in ongoing assessment activities that measure student learning based on specific goals and objectives. The results provide regular feedback, which is used to strengthen instructional practices and to develop strategies for improved learning. Students are invited to participate in assessment committee meetings to learn how the assessment plan works and how the results might benefit them.
To be considered full-time a student must carry at least 12 credits; anything less is considered part-time. One credit or one semester hour are equal to 15 contact hours of instruction. Students who wish to take more than 18 credits are required to receive permission from their academic advisor and the Vice President for Academic Affairs and to maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.7.