|Dual Credit, Honors, & Veteran Students||April 3, 2017|
|45 or more credits completed||April 10, 2017|
|30 or more credits completed||April 17, 2017|
|15 or more credits completed||April 24, 2017|
Open Registration Begins
|May 1, 2017|
to Brazosport College please submit an application through www.applytexas.org
as far in advance of registration as possible.
If you are a current High School student wishing to take classes for dual credit, please visit our Dual Credit
section to learn more about the program. Classes are offered on campus as well as in many area high schools.
Students that are interested in Financial Assistance with college, please refer to our Financial Aid Page.
Please Submit Required Documents for Admissions Office
College Transfers official transcript from ALL previous colleges.
Official Documentations can be mailed directly to Brazosport College, Sent via SPEEDE transcripts, or hand carried to the Admissions Office
High School Graduates Submit your official transcripts with a graduation date.
Official Documentations can be mailed directly to Brazosport College, Sent via TREX transcripts, or hand carried to the Admissions Office
GED Students please provide your GED transcript or verification to the Admissions office.
At tn: Office of Admissions & Registrar
500 College Drive
Lake Jackson, TX, 77566
Meet the Requirement for Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine
Vaccination requirement applies to anyone under the age of 22 attending classes on Brazosport College Campus. For detailed information refer to the Bacterial Meningitis Page
Submit Placement Test Scores to the Admissions Office
Upon entering Brazosport College all degree seeking students are required to take the TSI placement test, or meet an exemption. The purpose of the new examination is to assess a student's academic ability in order to correctly identify the correct course sequence for new students. The TSI Assessment will determine your entry level for the subjects of reading, writing, and math. To learn more about the TSI placement test refer to the Pre-Assessment
Activity or contact the Assessment Center
at (979) 230-3040.
Attend the New Student Orientation
Meet with an Advisor
To assist student in achieving their goals, counselors and academic advisors are available to help students with their degree plans. With a plan in place, students are more likely to achieve their goals. For more information please refer to the Counseling/Testing Page. We recommend meeting with an advisor as soon as possible.