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Welcome new students, faculty, and staff! If you're having trouble accessing your BMCC email, Moodle, Student Records, etc. you can submit a ticket at Please be sure to include a currently active external email address of yours (or phone number where you can be reached), like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, and so on. After submitting a ticket using the form, if you're not seeing a reply in your inbox, be sure to check your spam or junk folder for a reply. You can call IT to check on your ticket status by calling (906) 248-3354, toll free: (866) 967-2622 (BMCC) and ask for the Information Technology or IT department.

Student Services

If you know who your academic advisor is, you can ask any staff member and they can direct you to your advisor’s office. If you do not know who your academic advisor is, see anyone in Student Services, and they can help you. 

Take a look at your class syllabus. It will have information on how to contact your instructor by email or phone. There will also be information regarding your instructor’s office hours and location.

Yes, the staff at the Student Success Center uses the log in information for reports. It is very important for us to track how the center is used. The log in computer is located right next to the Assistant to the Dean of Student Service's desk, and she is available to assist you in logging in.

Student Services will handle printing Student ID cards as of September 1st, 2021.  You can call 906-248-8456 for more information.  Another option for students is to send an email to [email protected] and we will be in touch with you, be sure to include the following:

Extra-curricular activities are an integral part of student life at Bay Mills Community College. The college encourages students to participate in all activities and clubs sponsored by the Student Council and Student Services personnel. To learn more about student activities and clubs, please see Deb Wilson, Dean of Student Services.

Attendance and class participation are part of developing a thorough understanding of the material covered in this course.  BMCC policy states that a minimum of seventy percent (70%) attendance is required to receive a grade of C or better.  Grades of incomplete will only be given under exceptional circumstances, and only if the student has completed 70% of course requirements with a passing grade. ON CAMPUS students are expected to attend scheduled class times, ON-LINE students must log on and complete weekly assignments to demonstrate attendance in online classes.

If you need to miss class, please refer to your class syllabus for your instructor’s contact information and contact the instructor right away.

Please see any Student Support Services staff for information on referral services or go to the BMCC website by clicking on the following link: (still need to add link)

Yes, in order to have your test proctored, you will need to schedule an appointment. Tiffany Bergstrom, Student Services Administrative Assistant, is available to schedule appointments either in person, email, or by phone. Her desk is located in the Student Success Center (room 141), her email is [email protected], and her phone number is 906-248-8456.