Update: Beginning Monday, August 23rd, 2021, Bay Mills Community College will require all employees, students, vendors, and visitors to wear masks inside campus buildings. We hoped to begin the school year without having to wear masks, but due to the number of increasing cases in our county and surrounding communities, BMCC must take the additional step of requiring the wearing of masks.
Bay Mills Community College accepts high school students under the Dual Enrollment Provisions of the State of Michigan Department of Education guidelines, which do not require high schools to pay for college classes taken during the summer semester. The school must still sign off on the Dual Enrollment Application; however, the parent becomes the responsible payee, if the school doesn’t approve payment.
This can create another issue which is the Board Policy stating that high school students cannot sign up for classes other than as a dual enrollee until the class they started ninth grade in has graduated. If a student who is currently enrolled in high school and plans to return to high school in the fall wants to self-pay to earn college credits only (not high school credit) a waiver to our current policy may be granted.
This is a very limited and unusual circumstance; however, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact the President’s office for an answer.
To print a copy of the Summer Dual Enrollment application, please click the following link:
To print a copy of the Board of Regents Tuition Award application, please click the following link:
Please complete and send the application to:
Bay Mills Community College
12214 W. Lakeshore Drive
Brimley, MI 49715