Welcome new students, faculty, and staff! If you're having trouble accessing your BMCC email, Moodle, Student Records, etc. you can submit a ticket at https://baymillscommunitycollege.mojohelpdesk.com/. Please be sure to include a currently active external email address of yours (or phone number where you can be reached), like gmail, yahoo, hotmail, and so on. After submitting a ticket using the form, if you're not seeing a reply in your inbox, be sure to check your spam or junk folder for a reply. You can call IT to check on your ticket status by calling (906) 248-3354, toll free: (866) 967-2622 (BMCC) and ask for the Information Technology or IT department.
The Office of the Registrar is committed to serving each student based on his or her individual needs while here at BMCC. The Registrar's Office is responsible for all aspects of student registration and academic records. The office's primary functions include registration, grades processing, transcript processing, custodianship of student records and ensuring compliance with FERPA policy. The Office of the Registrar also examines incoming official transcripts for evaluation of transfer credits. You may contact the office in person, by telephone or email.
Undergraduate students with a cumulative BMCC GPA below 2.0 will be placed on academic probation for the next semester and a probationary statement will be noted in the students’ record. A student will be removed from academic probation when their cumulative grade point average is 2.00 or better.
A student on academic probation must either raise their cumulative grade point average to at least 2.00 the following semester or achieve and maintain a current semester grade point average of 2.00 or better each semester until they are removed from probation.
Students enrolled at another institution and planning to continue at that institution may be admitted to Bay Mills Community College as guest students. Students assume full responsibility for checking to determine that the courses taken at Bay Mills Community College will transfer to the program of study being pursued at their home institution.
Course withdrawal is official only upon completion of the Course Withdrawal Form. Non-attendance does not constitute withdrawal. No withdrawal will be processed based upon a phone call. To properly withdraw from your courses requires completion of the Course Withdrawal Form. Students officially withdrawing from a course after the first ten days of the semester will have their permanent record marked with a "W" for withdrawal. Click here for instructions on how to withdraw from a course.
Grade reports are issued at the end of each semester or session of enrollment. Reports document grades, hours attempted, hours completed, honor points and GPA. Grade reports will not be released to students with outstanding financial obligations to BMCC.
Students discontinuing their studies at Bay Mills Community College during the academic year must complete the official Withdrawal Form. Students leaving college without completing the withdrawal form will receive a grade of "F" for all courses. NOTE: Withdrawal from college, after receiving federal financial aid funding, may have an adverse effect on your future eligibility for funding. Click here for instructions on how to withdraw from college.
In accordance with BMCC’s commitment to creating a welcoming and inclusive campus environment, BMCC supports changes to legal name, preferred first name, and legal sex designation. These efforts support students of all genders (including transgender, gender non-binary, and genderqueer students) and students who have made legal name changes.
Current students can submit changes of their name of record, preferred name, and/or legal sex designation through the Name and/or Legal Sex Designation Change Request Form. Changes to legal name and sex require accompanying evidence of the legal basis for the change, as explained in the form.