STUDENTS

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Future Students

For unconditional admission, applicants must have on file at the College a completed application for admission, photo ID, and at least one of the following:

1. An official transcript showing graduation with the Alabama High School Diploma, the high school diploma of another state equivalent to the Alabama High School Diploma, or an equivalent diploma; or

2. An official copy of the GED transcript issued by the appropriate state education agency. For admission to a course not creditable toward an associate degree, applicants with less than a high school diploma or GED must also have on file documented ability to benefit as documented by successful completion of placement exam or other assessments approved by the Alabama Community College System and meet all non-degree admission requirements.

Conditional admission may be granted to an applicant who does not have on file at the College at least one of the above documents. If all required admissions records have not been received by the College prior to issuance of first semester grades, grades will be reported on the transcript, but the transcript will read “CONTINUED ENROLLMENT DENIED PENDING RECEIPT OF ADMISSIONS RECORDS.” This notation will be removed from the transcript only upon receipt of all required admissions records. Students will not be allowed to register for a second term until all required admission records are on file.

Getting Started

Students seeking admission to Bevill State should follow these steps:

STEP 1: Submit Your Application

Students seeking admission to Bevill State should complete a Bevill State application for admission online via OneACCS, or visit online application for additional details.

STEP 2: Submit your Photo ID

All applicants must submit in person or a legible copy sent via US mail, fax or email to the Office of Student Services one primary form of identification listed below:

  • Unexpired Alabama driver's license or instruction permit
  • Unexpired Alabama identification card
  • Unexpired U.S. passport
  • Unexpired U.S. permanent resident card
  • Resident Alien card prior to 1997
  • Unexpired Driver’s License or instruction permit from another state or possession that verifies lawful presence, dated 2000 and beyond
  • U.S. Alien Registration Receipt card (Form I-151) prior to 1978
  • BIA or Tribal identification card with photo
  • I-797 form with expiration date

If appropriate documentation is not provided during the application process, the application is considered incomplete with a pending admission status and applicant will not be allowed to register at Bevill State.

STEP 3: Submit Official Transcripts

Contact your high school/all colleges you attended and request official transcripts be sent to the Bevill State campus you will be attending.
Transcripts can be sent to:

STEP 4: Schedule the Placement Test

Contact the Office of Student Services to schedule an appointment for the placement test. It is designed to evaluate an individual’s math, reading, and writing skills. The exam is used to determine the appropriate courses a student should be enrolled in to help them achieve academic success.

  • Fayette Campus 932-3221, ext. 5137
  • Hamilton Campus 921-3177, ext. 5372
  • Jasper Campus 387-0511, ext. 5901
  • Sumiton Campus 648-3271, ext. 5409
  • Pickens County Center 367-8860, ext. 5639
  • Toll-Free (college-wide) 1-800-648-327

If appropriate documentation is not provided during the application process, the application is considered incomplete with a pending admission status and applicant will not be allowed to register at Bevill State.

Marketing and Recruiting Office (MEMO)

The Marketing and Enrollment Management Office communicates with internal and external partners through active recruiting, innovative marketing, and dynamic advocacy in order to advance all potential and current students' individual and educational goals. 

Student Housing

Bevill State Community College offers living options for the student who chooses to live on campus. What awaits students during their residential experience is a community committed to academics, campus involvement, and the enjoyment of the college experience. Most of the campus buildings are within a five minute walk from the dormitories.

Fayette Campus Housing

Sherry Terry
1800-648-3271, ext. 5103
sherry.terry@bscc.edu