Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is required for admission to BCCC?
You must submit a completed Admissions Application (and the $10 Application Fee), high school diploma or GED equivalency, high school or college transcript, and ACCUPLACER test results. Some programs have "special" or "selective" admissions requirements; for information, call the Admissions Office at 410-462-8300. Click here for more Admissions Information.

2. What is BCCC's Application Fee?
The $10 Application Fee is a one time processing fee for new students and must be submitted along with the Admissions Application.

3. Do I have to attend the admissions orientation for new students?
Yes! All first-time degree and certificate seeking students are required to attend New Student Orientation.

4. How much does it cost to attend BCCC?
Tuition is $88 per credit for state of Maryland residents and $210 per credit for out-of-state and foreign non-immigrant residents. For information about the College's Flexible Payment Plan, call 410-462-8333.

5. How do I apply for financial aid?
Last year, BCCC awarded $9 million in Financial Aid. You should pick up a financial aid form and other information from the Financial Aid Office, Liberty Campus, Main Building Room 24, 410-462-8500. You may also make an appointment with a financial aid counselor. Click here for more Financial Aid Information.

6. How can I get a job on campus?
If you are eligible for financial aid, you may be able to obtain a part-time position in a campus office through the Work-Study program. See the Work-Study Coordinator in the Financial Aid Office and look at the Work-Study job bank. Information concerning full-time positions are available from our Employment page.

7. What programs are offered at BCCC and what courses will I need in my program?
For a list of BCCC's associate's degree and certificate instructional programs (majors), see any semester's schedule of credit courses or the College catalog. For what courses are required in each program, see the individual program descriptions in the Catalog. PDF versions are also available.

8. When is registration?
Registration is the process of selecting specific classes (ie: English 101, Mat 128) for which you will enroll for a particular semester or session (Fall or Spring). You are encouraged to meet with an Academic or Student Success Advisor during this process to ensure that you are on the right track for graduation. Review the appropriate semester's Schedule of Credit Courses for the College calendar and important registration dates. The full Academic Calendar appears in the Catalog.

9. Do I have to see an adviser in order to register?
Yes! You are encouraged to see your Academic or Student Success Advisor prior to registering for classes to ensure that you are on the right track for graduation. Your Advisor's signature is required on the Credit Registration Form for in-person registration only. However, you may contact your Advisor by phone, email, etc. for advise if you choose to register online. Contact the Student Success Center 410.462-8555 or visit the Office in the Main Building room 20 at the Liberty Campus for information on your assigned Advisor or The Registration Office Main Building Room 8, Liberty Campus for information on online registration. Click here for more registration information.

10. What sports does BCCC have?
Men's Baseball, Women's Volleyball, Men's Basketball, and Women's Basketball. Visit the College Athletics website for more information.