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At Brazosport College, we’re committed to helping you strive toward success. With a wide variety of programs, you’ll find a degree that matches your interests. While here, you’ll receive free unlimited tutoring, career counseling, and more to help you meet your goals. 

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Explore Your Campus

Brazosport College offers students more than just a place to learn. Discover all of the opportunities to meet new people, make friends and get involved.

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Go Beyond Your Limits

Gain the knowledge and confidence you need in a nurturing environment so you leave prepared to reach higher in every area of your life.

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Advance Your Career

Discover the different paths you can take toward a successful future. With more than 70 programs, we have what you need to make that next step.

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Benefits for Veterans

At Brazosport College, we appreciate your service and we're committed to helping you meet your educational goals. We offer personalized support to Veterans and dependents by helping navigate potential VA, Hazlewood, and tuition assistance benefits, as well as delivering uniquely tailored resources and programs.

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Steps to Enroll


Registration Dates

Summer Priority RegistrationApril 3 & 4
Summer (First Six, Eight, & Eleven Week)April 5 - June 2
Summer (Second Six Week)April 5 - July 12
Fall Priority RegistrationApril 3 & 4
Fall Open RegistrationBegins April 5

Step 1: Apply to Brazosport College

New Brazosport College Students

Submit an application through Apply Texas as far in advance of registration as possible. Please allow the admissions office 2 business days to receive and process your application.

Once processed, you'll receive your BC ID, Username, and PIN Number to log into MyBC. MyBC is a student portal that allows you to add courses, check your financial aid status, pay for courses, and more.

Returning Brazosport College Students

Students who have attended Brazosport College within the last year:

Students that have attended Brazosport College within the last year, have no outstanding holds, and are self-advised may register for classes through MyBC. 

Students who have NOT attended Brazosport College in more than a year:

Students who have not attended Brazosport College in over a year are required to submit re-admission items to the admissions office by the registration deadline. You can learn more about re-admission by visiting the returning students page.

Dual Credit Students

High school students who want to register for dual credit courses must first speak with their dual credit counselor. You can find your dual credit counselor and more information on the program by visiting the dual credit page.

International Students

International students currently in their native country and those in the United States planning to transfer to Brazosport College (BC) may be accepted for admission to BC and a Form I-20 issued when the student submits all requirements listed on the international students page.

Non-Credit Students

Brazosport College Community Education provides non-credit courses (courses that do not carry college credit) that focus on helping you develop your skills. Programs include accelerated training, professional development, language courses, certifications, and everything in between. You can find more information on available courses by visiting the Community Education page.

Connecting with Admissions

You can contact the Office of Admissions and Registrar via email at or live chat during business hours.

If you have questions regarding your educational records (such as grades, schedule, or holds) you MUST send emails from your official Brazosport College email address. You can access your BC email by visiting

Having trouble with your password to MyBC? Visit to learn how to reset or update your password.

Have a general question? Submit it using the form below, and we'll be happy to help!

Step 2: Set Up Your Student Account

Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll receive two emails within 24 to 48 hours from the Office of Admissions and Registrar with your username and temporary password to your account.

Reset Your Password to Activate Your Account

Visit Webmail (where you will access your college email) or use a student computer on campus to reset your password.

Once reset, you’ll have access to online resources such as myBC to register for courses, Virtual Campus (D2L) to take online classes, campus computers and wifi, your student email and more.

Password Requirements

Your password will need to comply with the following requirements:

Minimum length: 16 characters


  1. At least one upper case character
  2. At least one lower case character
  3. At least one number
  4. At least one special character (Examples: ! @ & *)
  5. Your password must not contain your username

Please Note: You will be required to change your password every 120 days from the day that you change your password. 

Having trouble with your password?

Visit the Password Assistance page on IT’s website, or contact the IT Help Desk via email, or by calling 979-230-3266. Visit the IT website to learn more about their support options.

Tips for Creating Strong Passwords

Google can provide good information for creating strong passwords. Below are some tips provided in the article to keep in mind:

Make your password unique

Use a different password for each of your important accounts, like your email and online banking.

Reusing passwords for important accounts is risky. If someone gets your password for one account, they could access your email, address, and even your money.

Make your password longer & more memorable

Long passwords are stronger. These tips can help you create longer passwords that are easier to remember. Try using:

- A lyric from a song or poem
- A meaningful quote from a movie or speech
- A passage from a book
- A series of words that are meaningful to you
- An abbreviation: Make a password from the first letter of each word in a sentence

Avoid choosing passwords that could be guessed by:

- People who know you
- People looking at easily accessible info (like your social media profile)

Use letters, numbers & symbols

Passwords with different types of symbols might be more difficult for people to guess, but also might be harder for you to remember. You can set up recovery info at to avoid getting locked out if you forget your password.

Combine different types of characters

Use a mix of alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers) and symbols:

- Uppercase (capital) letters. Examples: A, E, R
- Lowercase (small) letters. Examples: a, e, r
- Examples: 2, 6, 7
- Symbols and special characters. Examples: ! @ & *

Recommendations & examples

Replace letters with numbers & symbols: Choose a word or phrase and use numbers and symbols instead of some letters. Examples:

- "Spooky Halloween" becomes "sPo0kyH@ll0w3En"
- "Later gator" becomes "L8rg@+0R"

Abbreviate a sentence: Come up with a sentence and use the first letter of each word. Example:

- "Uncle Peter always ate chocolate-covered everything" becomes "uP@8cCe!"

Don’t use personal info

Avoid creating passwords from info that others might know or could easily find out. Examples:

- Your nickname or initials
- The name of your child or pet
- Important birthdays or years
- The name of your street
- Numbers from your address

Don’t use common words & patterns

Avoid simple words, phrases, and patterns that are easy to guess. Examples:

- Obvious words and phrases like "password" or "letmein"
- Sequences like "abcd" or "1234"
- Keyboard patterns like "qwerty" or "qazwsx"

Any examples in this article, like "sPo0kyH@ll0w3En" or "uP@8cCe!".

Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid

Step 1: Apply for Financial Aid

To apply for aid, you'll need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at and use our school code 007287. You can learn more about applying for different types of aid by visiting

Step 2: Apply for Scholarships

To apply for scholarships, complete the Scholarship Application. The application is not specific to one scholarship but rather assists the financial aid office in finding options that best fit you.

Step 3: Complete Your Financial Aid File

Once you've completed your financial aid and scholarships applications, be sure to fill out a Student Information Form (found on the financial aid website) and accept the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy on your myBC account.

Submit all financial aid requirements by the priority deadline to make sure your award is processed in time to pay for classes. To view financial aid deadlines, visit the financial aid website or the college events calendar.

Financial Aid Application Deadlines:

- Fall (All Semesters): May 1

- Spring (All Semesters): November 1

- Summer (All Summer Semesters): April 1

Step 4: Check your Brazosport College E-mail

Be sure to regularly check your Brazosport College email for updates on your applications. You can learn more about the Financial Aid process by visiting the financial aid website.

Interested in becoming a student worker?

Students interested in becoming a student worker must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at Learn more about these unique employment opportunities at the Career and Guidance Center.

Connecting with Financial Aid

You can contact the Office of Financial Aid via email at We also recommend checking out their website and seeing if Gatorbot can provide you with the answers you need.

If you have questions regarding your educational records (such as your financial aid file) you MUST send emails from your official Brazosport College email address. You can access your BC email by visiting

Have a general question? Submit it using the form below, and we'll be happy to help!

Step 4: Required Documents and Testing (if needed)

New Brazosport College students are required to provide:

Official documents/transcripts from all institutions attended.

 Proof of Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination (Required for anyone under the age of 22 attending classes on Brazosport College Campus.) Information regarding limited exceptions and exemptions may be found at

Placement Testing: The Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2)

All new degree-seeking students must take the Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2) in order to enroll in college-level courses. The exam aims to assess your academic ability to identify the best course sequence for you. Please Note: Certificate seeking students are NOT required to take the Placement Testing unless they intend on taking academic classes outside of their certification program. Dual Credit Students can speak with their Dual Credit Counselor regarding exemptions.

If you are a student who has completed a degree, college-level coursework, or are a veteran:

You will need to submit official documents/transcripts in order to determine if you are exempt from the TSIA2. You can learn more about exemptions on the TSIA2 website.

If you've never enrolled in college-level courses, but have already taken the TSIA2 Exam at another institution (such as your high school):

You will need to submit your TSIA2 Exam Scores to the Assessment Center.

If you have NOT taken the TSIA2 Exam:

  1. You will need to complete the Pre-Assessment Activity or PAA. The PAA is designed to help you prepare for the Texas Success Initiative or TSI Assessment 2.0 and score as high as possible on each test.
  2. Once you have completed the PAA, you may then register for a TSIA2 Exam with the Assessment CenterNote that you will not be allowed to register for the TSIA2 Exam until you have completed the PAA.

Step 5: Get Enrolled

Step 1: Get Advised (Required for new students)

Meet with an advisor to discuss placement scores, degree planning, and scheduling. E-counseling and veteran services are available. For more information please refer to the Counseling/Testing Page.

There are two ways to see a counselor:

Option One: You can meet with a counselor virtually by visiting the E-Counseling website and requesting to speak with a counselor.

Option Two: If you would like to meet with a counselor in-person, please visit One-Stop Registration or check-in at the Information Desk located in the main lobby of BC Central.

Step 2: Register for Classes

There are two ways to register for classes:

Option One: You can register for classes online through MyBC. Visit the Office of Admissions and Registrar's website to learn how to enroll using myBC.

Option Two: You can register in-person by meeting with an Enrollment Specialist at One-Stop Registration or by visiting the Admissions and Registrar's office located in the main lobby of BC Central (E-100).

Please Note: If you have questions regarding your educational records (such as your grades or schedule) you MUST send emails from your official Brazosport College email address. You can access your BC email by visiting

Information about Courses at Brazosport College

8-Week Terms

We're adding more courses into our 8-week terms so that you have the flexibility to adjust your schedule in a way that fits how you learn. Half of a traditional 16-week spring and fall semester, 8-week classes cover the same amount of content in a condensed time frame. You can also take advantage of these classes during the summer semesters! Choosing this option allows you to focus your attention on fewer subjects at one time, helping you absorb and retain what is presented in class.

Learn more about 8-week terms and how to register for them at

Course Modalities: How Courses are Delivered

Course Modalities refers to the manner in which the course is delivered. The chart below is designed to provide students with a sense of how to read and interpret course sections in myBC. Please refer to this information as you plan your course schedule.

Course Modality & DescriptionBenefits
These courses meet on campus each week.
This format features the most structured, and scheduled interaction with instructors.
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.

Have a general question? Submit it using the form below, and we'll be happy to help!

Step 6: Complete New Student Orientation

Visit to complete New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation is a mandatory experience for new students. It focuses on providing you with the tools you need to get connected and engaged at Brazosport College, learn about services that are here to help you succeed, and understand campus processes such as registration and financial aid.

You must correctly enter your Brazosport College student ID number and username as well as make a 70% or above in order to receive credit for completing New Student Orientation. It is recommended that you save a copy of your Certificate of Completion.

Need your orientation hold released?

Registration holds will be reviewed and removed twice a month, on Fridays, based upon our BC academic school calendar. You can contact the Office of Student Life via email at or call 979-230-3412 for issues or questions regarding orientation.

Have a general question? Submit it using the form below, and we'll be happy to help!

Step 7: Pay Tuition and Fees

Make a payment on-campus

Tuition and fees can be paid in person at the cashier’s office in C-Wing of the Bonnen Central Building (formerly BC Central) across from the Library. Payment methods accepted are cash, check and credit card.

Please note all transactions require current picture ID (Government ID, TX ID, Driver's license or Student ID). Personal checks must have state ID number of signatory (i.e. whoever's name is on the check).

Make a payment online via myBC

Payments in full for tuition and fees may also be made online through myBC via Nelnet Campus Commerce. This payment option can be drafted from a checking or savings account or charged to any major credit card.

How to pay through myBC:

  1. Log in to myBC
  2. Click on myBC tab
  3. Choose Account Info
  4. Click on Review/Pay Account
  5. Select a Term and click on Display Balance
  6. Scroll to end of bill and click on Red “Pay in Full & Payment Plan” button

Setup a payment plan

Payment plans break down your tuition balance into affordable monthly payments. There’s no interest, payment options are flexible, setup fees are affordable, and it’s easy to enroll! Please note: Payment plans require a non-refundable enrollment fee of $25.00 and can also be drafted from a checking or savings account or charged to any major credit card.

Steps for students enrolled in credit courses:

  1. Log in to myBC
  2. Click on the myBC tab
  3. Choose Account Info
  4. Click on Review/Pay Account
  5. Select a Term and click on Display Balance
  6. Scroll to end of your bill and click on the Red “Pay in Full & Payment Plan” button

Check out the Cashier's Office website or visit to learn more about payment plans.

Pay Tuition and Fees with Financial Aid

You may pay with your financial aid award. If awarded, your authorized financial aid will be applied directly to your account balance. You are responsible for any remaining balance. For more information, visit

Be sure to pay tuition by the payment deadline or you will be dropped from classes.

To view deadlines, visit the Cashier's Office website or the college events calendar

Step 8: Get Prepared: Textbooks, ID cards, and more


Visit the BC Bookstore to purchase or rent textbooks. *Hours of operation may vary based on each semester. For more information, call 979-230-3410 or visit

Student ID Cards

You can obtain your BC Student Picture ID in our campus library. Note: You will need proof of payment or payment plan to obtain your student ID and account information.

Having trouble with your password?

If you are having password trouble, please visit: other issues, you can reach out the the IT Helpdesk via phone at 979-230-3266, email at, or live chat (during normal business hours). You can also find resources on their website at

Print Your Schedule

Make sure to have a print out of your schedule. You can request a copy from the cashier window with a photo ID or by accessing it through your MyBC.

Have a general question? Submit it using the form below, and we'll be happy to help!

Need further assistance?

ACE It Students

Have questions about the ACE It program or need help with an ACE It hold on your account? You can contact the department via email at or phone at 979-230-3029.

Veteran Students

You can learn more about Veteran Services by visiting their website or calling 979-230-3473.

Disability Services

For more information regarding Disability Services, visit their website or contact our Disability Services Counselor, Phil Robertson at or call 979-230-3040.

Career Services

Visit our Gator Career and Guidance Center to learn more about resources available to you. For more information, visit their website or call 979-230-3646.

Need help? You can contact us by either using the form below or calling 979-230-3000.

You have questions. We're here to help.

Whether you're a current student who's interested in changing your program or a future student wanting to learn more about Brazosport College, we're here to get you the answers you need. Get started by filling out the form linked below to request information.

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Register In-Person with One-Stop Registration

One-Stop Registration can assist you with all things registration. Find the help you need for questions concerning class registration, degree planning, tuition payment, student records and more.

Through One-Stop Registration, we bring admissions, advising, testing, financial aid, student services and cashier's office together so you can easily complete the steps needed to register and enroll.

One-Stop Registration DatesIn-Person Registration HoursLocation
Monday, July 24, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Tuesday, July 25, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Wednesday, July 26, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Thursday, July 27, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Friday, July 28, 20239:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Monday, August 21, 202310:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Tuesday, August 22, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Wednesday, August 23, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Thursday, August 24, 20239:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center
Friday, August 25, 20239:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Dow Academic Center

One-Stop Frequently Asked Questions

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.