A BCC Admissions representative will meet with career center clients to provide information regarding BCC’s programs and services as well as facilitate the admissions process. Students may be referred to the Admissions Counselor responsible for coordinating college enrollment with dislocated worker benefits (i.e. Section 30, Federal Trade programs, etc.) For information regarding benefit program eligibility or to schedule an appointment with a BCC Admissions Counselor, please contact the New Bedford Career Center.
Applicants to BCC’s Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy Assistant and Clinical Laboratory Science programs must attend one Health Science Information Session to be considered for admission.
These sessions will cover academic requirements for admission consideration, testing, and answer your questions. It is strongly recommended that you attend a session if you apply for admission to Health Information Management, Central Sterile Processing Technician, Coding and Reimbursement Specialist, Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, or Phlebotomy. Each session will be one hour and will begin promptly on time.