A student may be able to take classes at BRCC while still in high school as part of our Early Admissions Program. With Early Admissions, a student can be admitted to BRCC while simultaneously continuing with their high school education. It is open to all high school juniors and seniors 16 years of age or older who have maintained a 3.00 grade point average. Please note that the classes taken at BRCC do not count for credit toward their high school diploma or substitute for any high school course requirements. In other words, this program is simply a way for high school student to take a few college courses in addition to their high school courses. Tuition and fees are the same for Early Admission students as they are for standard admitted students.
To participate, you would need to do the following:
- Complete an Application for Admission and pay the $7 application fee.
- Submit the following to the Office of Enrollment Services:
a. The completed application along with parent/guardian signature granting permission to enroll.
b. Letter of consent from high school guidance counselor or school principal.
c. An official high school transcript.
d. Proof of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus-diphtheria, and meningitis.
- Register online for New Student Orientation, Testing, and Advising session by selecting the New Student Orientation and Testing link. You will be able to take the placement test, meet with an advisor, schedule classes, and go through orientation during this session.
- Pay tuition and fees online, mail, or in person at the Bursar’s Office. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify, and BRCC also has a payment plan available. See “Paying for College” link for more information.
- Have your photo taken for your BRCC student identification card, register your vehicle, and obtain your parking permit at the Office of Public Safety in the Bienvenue Student Center.
- Remember, you are not enrolled until tuition and fees have been paid.
- Print schedule the week before classes begin to be aware of changes that may have occurred.