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  • New student –Turn in completed application to the Admission’s Office (located on the first floor of Building F) and pay $15.00 application fee at the Business Office


  • Former student – submit a completed application for re-admission to the Admission’s Office
  • Submit appropriate admissions documents to the Admission’s Office, including

    • Official high school transcript (sent directly to BPCC) or GED scores or “Ability to Benefit” scores
    • Official college transcripts from each college attended sent directly or e-scripted to BPCC
    • Provide ACT, SAT, or Compass scores
    • Immunization records or a waiver
    • Selective Service Registration (men) or a waiver (women)

After All Admissions Documents Have Been Submitted

  • Placement Tests are needed for students not having ACT or SAT scores

    • Placement Tests are available for placement in English, Math, and Reading
    • Placement Tests give a more accurate placement than ACT scores
    • Upcoming test dates
    • For more information contact the Office of Academic Planning, 678-6335 or 678-6244
  • Register for classes

    • New students and returning students should see one of the academic advisors in the Advising Center located on the second floor of Building F. No appointment is necessary.
    • Continuing students should see an advisor based on his/her major
    • Any student may register on-line through LOLA, providing he/she has the necessary prerequisites
  • Payment arrangements, either paying in full or through a payment plan, should be made prior to registering for classes

    • Priority deadlines for federal financial aid (grants/loans)

      • Fall – June 1 (March 1 – Academic Tuition Waiver Application for Scholarships)
      • Spring – October 1 (October 1 – Academic Tuition Waiver Application for Scholarships)
    • If the student is applying for financial aid, the student needs to submit an application to Financial Aid (either in person or online) prior to the posted deadline (check with Financial Aid to find deadline dates). To insure that funding is available for the current semester, the student should check with Financial Aid prior to registering for classes or be prepared to make payment arrangements through the Business Office. After registering for classes the student needs to show financial aid that he/she has registered for classes. More information can be found at the Financial Aid Office on the second floor of Building F or online.
    • If the student is not receiving financial aid, he/she may either pay through the Business Office located on the first floor of building F or online through LoLA. When paying through the Business Office the student may pay the full amount by cash, check, or money order (no credit cards accepted) or the student may schedule deferred payments. For information on the installment payment plan click on “How to Pay” on the main BPCC web page.

Nondiscrimination Statement

Bossier Parish Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, qualified disability, marital status, veteran's status, or sexual orientation in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of its operations. Bossier Parish Community College does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.

The staff of the Academic Advising Center strives to help students get to class in the best condition for learning.

Please contact us at 318-678-6489 if you need further assistance.