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.
Institutional research is a broad category of work conducted throughout higher education to inform stakeholders, assist other campus departments in planning and making data-driven decisions, and communicate data effectively.
The Institutional Research Department is umbrellaed under the Information Technology Department. Personnel in this department are responsible for gathering and analyzing data for internal use and external reporting institutions. It is vital that this department report data in a manner that is clear, consistent, and accurate.
BMCC is responsible for reporting accurate data in a timely manner to meet the requirements of each reporting agency at the state, regional, and federal levels. BMCC is also an active participant with the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, Achieving the Dream, and National Student Clearinghouse.
Various committees across campus serve important roles in the success of the institution and the success of our students. It is important for the Institutional Research Department share real-time and reflect on past data to ensure these committees have the necessary support needed.
The purpose of the Enrollment Management Committee (EMC) is to develop and support the overall enrollment priorities of BMCC by gathering and sharing information, analyzing available data, and making recommendations for appropriate actions. The committee will guide BMCC’s enrollment strategies. This is done through communication with the college’s internal stakeholders regarding the enrollment management effort and coordinate efforts across the college; assess the effectiveness, integration, and consistency of recruitment, retention, and marketing strategies within the scope of the college’s enrollment targets; implement strategies to address gaps in enrollment; gather, analyze, and disseminate data to support ongoing efforts to address enrollment; develop and execute enrollment management plans. Members of this committee represent various departments across campus including the President’s Office, Land Grant Department, Registrars Office, Student Billing, Financial Aid, Admissions, Information Technology, Institutional Research, Library, Marketing and Recruiting, TRIO, Student Services, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, and Faculty.