Starting July 20, Dr. Dennis F. Michaelis will assume the role of acting chancellor for Baton Rouge Community College. The Board of Supervisors for the Louisiana Community and Technical College System made the appointment on June 30, following System President Monty Sullivan's recommendation to the Board during a Special Executive Committee Meeting. Effective September 1, Dr. Michaelis will move into the interim chancellor position.
A first-time student is someone who has never attended college. Complete the items below to finish your application to BRCC.
A returning student has previously attended BRCC, but did not attend during the immediate prior semester. Complete the items below to finish your application to BRCC.
|First Time Student||A freshman is a first-time student who has never attended college.|
|Transfer Student||A transfer student is a student who has been previously enrolled at any college or university.|
|Returning Student||Returning students have previously attended BRCC, but did not attend during the immediate prior semester.|
|Visiting Student||A student who is attending another institution but wishes to take courses for one term. This student type is not eligible for Financial Aid.|
|Non-Matriculating Student||A student wishing to enroll in all courses and receive no credit. This student type is not eligible for Financial Aid.|
|Dual Enrollment/High School Students||A student that can is admitted to BRCC while simultaneously continuing with their high school education.|
|International Student||Students who are enrolled for credit at an accredited higher education institution in the U.S. on a temporary visa, and are not immigrants (permanent resident with an I-51 or Green Card), or are an undocumented immigrant, or a refugee.|
|Cross Enrolled Student||Students that register for pre-approved courses at Louisiana State University (LSU), Southeastern Louisiana University or Southern University while concurrently enrolled at BRCC.|
|Continuing Education Student||Students that desire to develop or refresh work skills, obtain career advancement, earn an industry certification or enroll in leisure courses.|
BRCC’s academic programs enable students to succeed personally and professionally. Academic programs prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions, satisfying and rewarding careers, or personal growth and fulfillment. BRCC is proud to enrich the lives of our region's people with a wide variety of dynamic academic programs and courses.
Please note that location of last night's off-campus armed robbery event has been updated. BR City Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred July 29 at approximately 9:20 p.m. at the River Pines Apartment Complex parking lot, located at 5750 Florida Blvd, two blocks east of our Mid City Campus (not at the College Park Apartments as originally indicated). Read Full Story
Plan to grab a meal at ZEA's Baton Rouge location on Tuesday, June 30 and ZEA will donate %10 back to BRCC! Read Full Story
New Plant Manager for ExxonMobil Visits BRCC. ExxonMobil Plant Manager and BRCC students enrolled in the North Baton Rouge Industrial Training Initiative (NBRITI) at Baton Rouge Community College's (BRCC) Acadian Campus, had an opportunity to network with Bob Johnston, chemical plant manager for ExxonMobil, a NBRITI sponsor. Read Full Story