The following persons are eligible to enroll:
- Any high school graduate,
- Any person who has passed the High School Proficiency Exam or the General Education Development (GED) test,
- Any person 18 years of age or older who can profit from instruction,
- Some high school juniors and seniors
Admissions and Records provide professional, timely, student-centered customer service in an effort to simplify the admissions, registration, and records processes.
Getting Started at BCC
Create an OpenCCC account first. You will need a real email address. Next, apply and submit your application here OpenCCC. If you already have an OpenCCC account, just login. Check your email after you have applied as you will receive your BCC BNumber and further instructions (check junk mail if you did not receive it).
Complete the FAFSA or California Dream Act Application (DACA students). Remember, you want to apply early!
Once you have applied, you will get an email informing you if orientation, placement, and education planning are required. See a counselor to help select your classes. Watch the video tutorial on how to schedule an appointment with a counselor here. If you have a general question to ask a counselor, you can complete the form here Contact a Counselor.
Finish your degree or certificate faster by enrolling in 12-15 units in Fall and Spring semesters. Review the Schedule of Classes and then register for courses by logging into your MyBCC Portal.