Readmitted Students

Readmit: A Readmit student is a student who previously attended BCTC/LCC and took a semester or more off before re-applying for admissions.

Once you have been fully re-admitted and received your admissions letter, you may schedule your advising and testing (if needed) appointments online! Please refer to the link provided in your admissions letter to schedule.

As a Readmitting Student, you must have an advising appointment with an academic advisor before enrolling into classes. (It’s possible you may need to COMPASS test, please see below to help determine if you need testing)

Note: If you need to COMPASS test please make sure you schedule your testing before your advising and if you have recently taken the ACT or COMPASS please bring an official copy of those scores with you to your advising appointment.

Testing appointments are for students who:

  • Have never taken the ACT/SAT, or have taken the ACT/SAT more than 3 years ago
  • Have taken the ACT but scored lower than: 20 in Reading, 18 in English/Writing, and 19 in Math
  • Have not completed college credits or transitional courses for Math, English or Reading.

Please come prepared for your appointments!

Before your appointments please visit the admissions guidelines page to ensure you have completed all necessary steps!

Please refer to our checklist for newly admitted students.

In addition to the admission guidelines above please prepare for your advising appointment by doing the following if necessary:

  • If you completed coursework at another college/university since you attended BCTC, submit transcript from that college. Bring a copy of the transcript with you to your advising session.
  • Check your BCTC account and clear any holds that could block you from registering.
  • Clear all financial or other school related HOLDS. Though you can be academically advised, you will not be able to register for classes until all holds are cleared.

*Please Note: If your ACT/SAT/COMPASS scores are more than 3 years old and/or you have not completed college level or transitional courses, especially in Writing and Math, you will be required to take the COMPASS Placement exam in order to advise you appropriately. The COMPASS test must be completed prior to your advising session.