Your Health and Safety is Our Priority

We’ve made updates to the delivery format of courses based on guidance from health authorities, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Texas Department of State Health Services, and Brazoria County Health Department. These measures are designed to promote:

  1. Physical distancing
  2. Cleanliness
  3. Reduced contact

If you have questions about what your studies could look like, this is the place to get answers. You'll find information on whether your course will be online or in another format, what we're doing to protect you on campus, and more.

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Changes to Courses

To promote social distancing, we are offering our courses in four different formats.

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Changes on Campus

To reduce the risk of exposure, we've enhanced cleaning procedures and added physical distancing measures.

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Support during COVID-19

Our 2020-2021 Student Toolkit has the links and information you'll need to succeed.

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Get Registered and Enrolled

Priority Registration GroupsRegistration
Begins Online
Veterans, Honors, Dual Credit, and Students with 45 or more credits completed at BCNov. 2, 8 a.m.
15 or more credits completed at BCNov. 3, 8 a.m.
Open Registration begins for all BC studentsNov. 4, 8 a.m.

Register In-Person or Online

We're dedicated to supporting you through the spring registration process. While most of our services are now available online, we're also offering in-person registration on select dates.

New Students: Learn more about enrolling
Current Students: Learn more about spring registration

Register In-Person with One-Stop Registration

Through One-Stop Registration, you can complete the steps needed to register and enroll for the Spring 2021 semester, including admissions, advising, financial aid, student services and tuition payment. Deans, counselors, admissions and financial aid specialists, and academic advisors will all be available to discuss registration and enrollment.

One-Stop Registration DatesIn-Person Registration HoursLocation
Priority Registration: Monday, November 2
(Honors, Dual Credit, Veterans, 45+hrs)
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Priority Registration: Tuesday, November 3
(15 or more credits completed at BC)
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Open Registration Begins: Wednesday, November 49 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Thursday, November 59 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Friday, November 68:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Monday, November 99 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
One-Stop Freeport Night at Brazosport High School
Thursday, November 12
4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Brazosport High School
Monday, November 169 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Monday, November 309 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Saturday, December 510 a.m. - 4 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Monday, December 79 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Monday, January 49 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Tuesday, January 59 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Wednesday, January 69 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Thursday, January 79 a.m. - 6 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Friday, January 88:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Add/Drop: Saturday, January 910 a.m. - 4 p.m.Dow Academic Center

How to participate:

  1. Enter the campus on West Gator Drive (Entrance A nearest the railroad tracks). There, you’ll receive specific written directions.
  2. After you park, stay in your car until directed to enter the Dow Academic Center.

For your safety:

You will be required to wear a face covering and observe all physical distancing rules, along with other health requirements. You will also be required to participate in a health screening prior to entering the Dow Academic Center to start the registration process. Depending on the number of people inside the Dow Academic Center, you may have to wait in your vehicle until space is available to enter the building.

Questions and Answers

What should I do before I arrive on campus?

Students are encouraged to have completed an application, which can be found at, before coming to the registration event.

Is there anything I need to bring with me?

Students should also bring picture ID, proof of address, copies of transcripts and disability paperwork, if applicable.

Will I be able to request disability accommodations during my visit?

Yes, please bring any disability paperwork to campus and we will have counselors available to assist you. 

Will I be able to ask financial aid questions during my visit?

Yes, financial aid specialists will be available to assist with any questions you may have. We also recommend checking out the financial aid website for more information.

Will I be able to pay for courses during my visit?

Yes, you will be able to pay for courses through our cashier's office. You can also pay for your courses online, through MyBC.

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The Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Semester

After careful consideration, along with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Texas Department of State Health Services, the delivery format of courses will remain altered for the Spring 2021 semester. These changes help promote physical distancing and reduce contact among students, faculty, and staff.

Fall and Spring courses will be delivered in one of the following formats:

Course Format & DescriptionBenefits
These courses are taught entirely online and require no traditional face-to-face meetings. You will be able to access your course at when the semester begins.
Students have the flexibility to work on the class material at anytime and anywhere while still meeting scheduled due dates for assignments and tests. Students can engage with the instructor and ask questions via email, Zoom, and online office hours. Students have the ability to work from the safety and convenience of their home.
Scheduled Live Online
These courses meet through a real-time, two-way video connection between students and instructors. Students must log in at the designated class times. You will be able to access your course at when the semester begins.
Students can participate live in class lectures and activities. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and receive immediate feedback during scheduled class time. Students have the ability to work from the safety and convenience of their own home.
These courses meet both on campus and online. Course content is posted online by the instructor for the student to complete. You will be able to access the online portion of your course at when the semester begins.
Offers students live interaction with instructors and peers during face-to-face lectures and activities. Students can access the instructor in class (during scheduled times) as well as through email and Zoom meetings.
These courses meet on campus each week with physical distancing measures and other safety precautions in place.
This format features the most structured, and scheduled interaction with instructors.

About Blended and Face-to-Face Courses

We will offer limited "Face-to-Face" and "Blended" courses this fall and spring.

For Blended Courses: In order to reduce the number of students in a classroom at one time, students may rotate between receiving on campus and online instruction. This will allow all students in the class to experience both face-to-face and remote instruction.

For example, a course meeting on Tuesdays and Thursdays could meet in this format, limiting face-to-face interaction:

Group A (50% of students)Face-to-Face on campusOnline instruction
Group B (50% of students)Online instructionFace-to-Face on campus

How Courses will Appear on MyBC

Each course has a note attached indicating how the course will be delivered. Examples of what to expect on MyBC are shown below:


MyBC Online without Scheduled Live Interaction Course Example


Scheduled Live Online

MyBC Online with Scheduled Live Interaction Course Example

Note on MyBC: "Online with scheduled live interaction with you instructor. Must log in at designated class time. You may access your course at when the semester begins."


MyBC Blended Course Example

Note on MyBC: "Blended course with both on-campus and online instruction. You may access the online portion of your course at when the semester begins."


MyBC On-Campus Course Example

Note on MyBC: "On-campus class with social distancing and other safety precautions."

Questions Regarding Fall 2020/Spring 2021

Why does it seem as if some classes don't have as many open spots as last year?

The number of students allowed in each course may be lowered to accommodate social distancing.

If conditions require the College to convert all instruction to an online format, will students receive refunds?

At the College’s discretion, and to provide the safest environment for faculty, staff, and students, some or all instruction for the 2020-21 academic year may be delivered remotely. Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be prorated or refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.

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What to Expect on Campus

In an effort to slow the spread and reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have implemented strong physical distancing and sanitation procedures across campus to protect the health of our students and staff.

When you return to campus:

Before entering a campus facility, you'll need to fill out the COVID-19 Health Screening questionnaire. The questionnaire has been designed to be quick and simple to fill out. You'll need to fill out the questionnaire each day you intend on visiting the Brazosport College campus.

Once completed, you will be shown either a green check mark with "APPROVED FOR ENTRY" if you've passed, or a red exclamation mark with "STAY HOME, STAY SAFE" if you failed, as well as your name, and the date you completed the questionnaire.

You can learn more about what it means to pass or fail by visiting the Approved for Entry page or Stay Home, Stay Safe page, respectively.

Anyone that does not pass the COVID-19 Health Screening questionnaire will not be allowed entry.

Face Masks and Facial Coverings:

Face masks or facial coverings are required for all students, employees, and visitors (ages 10 and up) any time on campus.

Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. To review different templates and methods of how to make masks at home, download the CDC’s DIY Face Covering Instructions.

Exceptions: If you are walking, running, or biking on the trails; if you are in your vehicle; if you are alone in your office with the door closed; if you are a welding student actively welding and wearing a welding face shield; and, if you are an instructor lecturing students, you may wear a face shield instead of a face mask in addition to maintaining 6ft. of distance. Otherwise, all individuals, students, faculty, staff, grounds keepers and contractors are to wear a face covering/mask.

If you forget to complete the screening:

If you arrive on campus without completing the Health Screening questionnaire, you can complete it using your smartphone.

If you do not have access to a computer or smartphone, computer stations are available at Human Resources located in the C-Wing lobby as well as in the Library located in the center of campus. Other computer locations may be listed in future updates.

These procedures are subject to change, so it's vital that you check your Brazosport College email for updates before heading to campus.

Once you're inside campus facilities:

  • We have collaborated with our custodial vendor, MBM, to conduct advanced cleaning protocols following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.
  • Physical barriers have been added in select places where it is difficult to maintain strict physical distancing guidelines.
  • Hand sanitizer stations have been installed across campus to encourage employees and students to sanitize their hands as often as possible.
  • The occupancy of restrooms has been limited based on facility size to ensure social distancing.
  • Some events - including business meetings - may be modified or cancelled to allow for physical distancing and limited contact.
  • Campus elevators will be limited to one individual at a time.
  • Water fountains have been shut off.

What to Expect on the Screening

What you'll need to provide:

  • Name
  • Email Address (Preferably your Brazosport College email address)
  • Phone Number
  • Brazosport College ID Number or Date of Birth
  • College Affiliation

Based on guidance from health authorities, questions you'll be asked are:

  • In the past 24 hours, have you experienced:
    • Fever (Equal To or Greater Than 100.4 F)
    • Chills
    • Repeated Shaking With Chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness Of Breath
    • Sore Throat
    • Muscle Pain
    • Headache
    • Loss of Taste or Smell
    • Diarrhea
  • In the past 14 days:
    • Have you had close contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19?

Anyone that does not pass the COVID-19 Health Screening questionnaire will not be allowed entry.

View our response to COVID-19 and read the most recent updates.