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With more than 30 years of experience in graduating leaders, BMCC is the place to pursue your future. Whether you’re a high school student exploring options, an adult seeking a new opportunity or a military service member looking to complete your degree, BMCC can help you succeed.

As an accredited college by the Higher Learning Commission, we offer about 13 associate degree programs along with a number of certificate programs to prepare you for a new or better career in the health science fields, trade areas, occupational fields (like computer information, criminal justice, and early childhood education to name a few), and a general studies program that allows you to transfer and help you save money on your future bachelor degree at the university of your choosing. 

BMCC also offers a number of online courses each semester, and some of our degrees can be taken completely online including Early Childhood Education and Business Administration. Online courses provide the flexibility and convenience of learning that fits your busy schedule and lifestyle.   

 

Bay Mills Community College does not accept international students either online or on-campus. The only exception to the rule is for First Nations members from Canada. As American Indians born in Canada, the U.S. government allows them to travel to the U.S. under Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. §1359, without the restrictions imposed on other nationalities. 

 BMCC was chartered by the Bay Mills Indian Community in 1984 under the regulations promulgated to implement the Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act of 1978. A condition of eligibility found in these regulations is that the college must maintain a majority Native American students if in operation more than a year. This severely limits the ability of the college to recruit non-tribal students. BMCC grants preference to those non-tribal stuents from the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan and those employed by any Federally Recognized Tribe.