Disability Services Coordinators serve as the central point of contact for students and individuals with disabilities. Their role is to ensure equal access to all services offered by the college to students and individuals with disabilities. A coordinator is located on each campus in the testing center. Disability Services Coordinators work with students and individuals to determine campus related accommodation needs. A good faith effort is made to provide appropriate accommodations and to fully comply with both the letter and the spirit of Section 504 and ADA guidelines. Visit our Disability Services page at http://www.bscc.edu/students/current-students/student-ada-accommodations for more information.
No. The FAFSA is the application used to determine eligibility for all Title IV programs including, but not limited to the federal Pell Grant.
The FAFSA is the only application needed to apply. SEOG is awarded to students who have a significant need for financial aid. It is not intended to pay for your entire year’s tuition, but to supplement other grants and awards
You will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Department of Education. Once you receive the SAR you should contact the Office of Student Services to see if you have other paperwork to complete or you can check your OneACCS account to check for missing documents.
No. Pell Grant amounts are based on your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) and enrollment status but does not require you to be full-time.
No additional information is required to apply for Summer Pell. However, you must be enrolled at least half-time.
For financial aid purposes, the U.S. Department of Education has criteria to determine if you are dependent or independent, please review the link below to determine your status: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/sites/default/files/fafsa-dependency.pdf
Decisions are placed on your OneACCS account
Yes, all students should apply for FAFSA.
No, but you can reduce the chances and decrease the necessary paperwork by electronically using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool inside the FAFSA application.
You can see your awards on your OneACCS account
No, but we accept private student loans from a variety of lenders.
You must read and complete a private loan request form. The form can be printed from our website www.bscc.edu under forms and publications or a copy can be picked up in the Office of Student Services.
If you are a service member, veteran, or family member interested in education and training opportunities you can apply for your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) at www.ebenefits.va.gov. You must contact your campus Veteran Affairs Certifying Official if you are receiving VA Educational Benefits.
You may complete our contact form (http://www.bscc.edu/about/contact) or contact your campus of interest at (800) 648-3271. If you are ready to begin the admissions process, you are encouraged to fill out an application for admission. Admission applications can be filled out online at https://bscc.edu/students/apply-online. For any questions or concerns about admissions, contact the Office of Student.
Go to www.bscc.edu/students/apply-online and click the green link, then click “first-time user account creation” to begin your application. When prompted choose your appropriate application type: First-time Freshman, Transfer, Transient, High School/Dual Enrollment, or Returning/Readmission.
For General Admission, immunization records are not required. Specific program admission, such as Nursing and EMS, May require immunization records. See specific program admissions information for more required documentation.
The student is responsible for providing Bevill State with all prior academic transcripts, both high school and college. To request any transcripts, students should contact the high school or college in question to discuss the requesting methods honored at that particular institution.
If you’d like a private campus tour, please contact your campus of interest, and schedule a tour with the Office of Student Services.
For our current tuition and fee rates, please refer to our tuition and fees table at http://www.bscc.edu/students/financial-aid/tuition-fees
Bevill State offers a wide selection of degree and certificate programs. To see which program best suits your interests, please review our program listing at http://www.bscc.edu/programs
Degree-seeking students anticipating either an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or an Associate of Science (A.S.) have coursework designed to transfer to a senior college or university. For convenience, students should review the transfer guide of their intended major (http://www.bscc.edu/programs) and download an Alabama Transfers Guide (https://alabamatransfers.com/).
Bevill State offers a wide variety of Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees, as well as certificate programs; to look into these programs in detail, simply refer to programs (http://www.bscc.edu/programs).
ACCUPLACER is the required college placement test for students entering college who have not met the required ACT scores for college level courses.
Students must make an 18 in English, a 20 in Reading and 20 in Math to be eligible for college level courses. Students who do not have the required ACT scores must placement test to determine a student’s level in reading, English and math.
A full-time student is one who is enrolled for a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester.
Students must request a transcript.
No— once your application for admission is processed in Student Services, you are an active student. However, if you plan to continue your studies with Bevill State after you graduate high school, you must complete a new application for admission as a ‘first-time freshman’ upon high school graduation.
To complete your admission file, you will need to submit an approved form of identification, an official copy of your high school diploma or GED, and official college transcripts from any colleges you have attended. You may also need to take the college placement test. Contact the Office of Student Services for additional information.
Student can access their student information by access their OneACCS account.
I'm worried about failing/doing poorly if classes are online. Who do I contact?
Stay in contact with your instructor for support or reach out to the tutoring department. You can also contact Student Support Services on your campus:
800-648-3271 ext. 5182
800-648-3271 ext. 5352
800-648-3271 ext. 5162
800-648-3271 ext. 5417
Who do I contact if I am having trouble logging in?
Contact the IT helpdesk via email or phone.
Who do I contact if I am having issues with the online course content?
Contact your instructor first. If they are unable to assist, you can contact the IT Helpdesk via email or phone.
Do I have to login at my scheduled meeting time?
If you know that your class is “virtual” you need to plan to make yourself available at the scheduled meeting time. Classes that are entirely “web-based” or “online” will be more self-paced. Either way, check with your instructor(s).
Am I allowed to come to campus?
Yes. For the College's Hours of Operation visit www.bscc.edu/about/hours-of-operation.