Registration Information

If you are a certificate- or degree-seeking student, you must be cleared to register through your academic advisor in order to register. If you do not have access to the Internet or if you need assistance in registering for courses, you may visit any BMCC location to register. Students will be issued a BMCC email account, which will be used for official and informative communications. Students are responsible for checking their BMCC email account frequently.
The maximum number of credits a student can register for in a term is 21 credits. Should you wish to enroll for more than 21 credits you will need to complete a Schedule Change form and submit it to the Registrar’s office for approval.
BMCC does not allow late registration. You may add courses up through midnight of the day prior to the first day of the course. Please see chart below.

Day Course Meets
for the 1st time
Last Day to Add
(as of midnight)
Monday Sunday
Tuesday Monday
Wednesday Tuesday
Thursday Wednesday
Friday Thursday
Saturday Friday

For more information on registration dates and timelines, see the calendar found in this catalog or visit our Website.
For special registration assistance due to a disability, please contact the assistant director of advising, testing and student disability services at 541-278-5958.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Degree Seeking Students

If you are a new or returning degree-seeking student, you will be required to meet with an academic advisor prior to being cleared to register.
New Students: An appointment will be made with an advisor once you have scheduled attendance at a New Student
Orientation session.
Returning Students (high school/GED graduate that has attended BMCC during one or more terms of the 2011-12 or 2012-13 academic year): To make an appointment, call the Advising and Testing Center in Pendleton at 541-278-5931 or contact the BMCC location closest to you. You may also contact your advisor directly to set up an advising appointment. The advising process will include information regarding registration for classes.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

First Term Experience Course (HD109)

All new degree-seeking students are required to take HD109 Academic Planning,or an approved alternative during their first term of enrollment. Approved alternatives include: AGR101, BA109, CJ109, CET111, or ED100, ECE109, LC109 and VT109 Note: Students may not take HD109 and LC109 for credit. Students may qualify for a waiver if they meet one of the following requirements:

  • Have a minimum of 24 transfer credits from a regionally accredited college AND have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better
  • Have successfully completed a minimum of 12 or more credits at BMCC with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better (does not include credits earned while in high school)
  • Have an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree.

Students who qualify for a waiver must submit a waiver request form along with supporting documentation to the registrar’s office. The registrar, director of advising, testing, and student disability services, or their designee, will review and process approved waivers.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Non-degree Seeking Students

If you wish to enroll in courses at BMCC but not to obtain a degree or certificate, you may register online using the Student WolfWeb link found on BMCC’s Website. If you do not have access to the Internet or need assistance in registering for courses, you may visit any BMCC location to register in person. You are considered to be registered when the college receives your completed registration unless the college notifies you that the courses for which you registered are full or cancelled or that you have been placed on a waitlist.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Priority Registration

BMCC uses a priority registration process at the start of each pre-registration period. Credits considered for pre-registration purposes include credits completed at BMCC and may include evaluated credits from other colleges. The Priority Registration schedule is available at this link.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Course Numbers

Generally, courses with letter prefixes apply toward degrees and certificates, and courses with 100 and 200 numbers are college transfer courses; those numbered 200 to 299 are considered sophomore-level courses. Be sure to check the degree requirements for the certificate or degree you are seeking to ensure that the course you are taking will be counted.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)


In order to earn an associate’s degree in two years, you should enroll for an average of 16 college-level credits in fall, winter, and spring terms. If college preparatory courses are required, the number of credits each term would increase accordingly. Curriculum and program requirements described in this catalog provide more information on the program or degree of your choice.
If you are participating in intercollegiate athletics, you must complete and pass at least 12 credit hours each term for eligibility purposes. You are encouraged to visit with BMCC’s athletic director and/or our coaches for detailed eligibility requirements.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)



Blue Mountain Community College believes that it is the student’s obligation to attend and participate in classes and that there is a direct correlation between participative attendance in a course and successful completion. Individual courses may have their own attendance policies. The college has an administrative drop process for the first five days of class each term. The administrative drop process is not guaranteed. If you do not intend to continue in classes, you must not assume that you will be automatically dropped for non-attendance. To drop or withdraw from a course or courses, you must do so online by logging on to the Student WolfWeb. You will be responsible for
payment for all courses that you have not dropped as of the end of the 100% refund period.
See definition of drop and withdraw under “Dropping/ Withdrawing from Class” at this link.
Note: Some courses that are not a full term in length will have different refund periods. Please print your schedule to determine what the refund/drop period is for that course.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)


Auditing Classes

You may audit a course at a reduced tuition rate. If you register for a course online and wish to audit it, you must complete a paper Schedule Change form requesting the audit option. This status cannot be changed after the 100% refund period. Courses taken as an audit status do not count as credits attempted in financial aid award calculations, and the AU (audit) status does not count in calculating GPAs. The audit indicator AU indicates a registration status, not an evaluation.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Dropping/Withdrawing from Classes

Drop: When you remove a course from your schedule before the end of the 100% refund period for that course. If you drop a course from your schedule, it will not show up on your grade transcript. Note: Courses that are less than a full term in length have different refund periods. These dates are indicated on your schedule as “last date to drop and pay.”
Withdraw: When you remove a course from your schedule after the 100% refund period for that course. If you withdraw from a course, it will show up on your grade transcript with a status of W to indicate that you withdrew from that course. In addition, students are responsible for all tuition and fees associated with the course or courses they withdraw from. Note: Courses that are less than a full term in length have different withdrawal deadline dates.
To drop or withdraw from a course, log in to your student account on the Student Wolfweb from BMCC’s Website. If you are having problems online contact our Service Center at 541-278-5759.
If you leave BMCC without following the withdrawal procedures described above, you are responsible for the final grades received and associated tuition and fees for those course or courses.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Waitlisted Courses

If you have chosen to place yourself on a waitlist, it is important to check your schedule regularly through the Thursday before classes begin. Waitlists are checked daily and students are added when spots become available. If you are added to a class from the waitlist, you will be notified at your email address on or prior to 5 p.m. The last day that students will be added from waitlists is Thursday, 5:00p.m., before classes begin. Notification
will be sent to the students email no later than 5:00p.m.
Once waitlists are closed and cleared after 5 p.m., the Thursday before classes start, spots may become available through student drops. Students are encouraged to continue to check the status of class through the day before the class is scheduled to begin. If spots become available, registration is first come first served. Exception: Summer term, campus is closed on Fridays so final waitlist movement is completed at 5:00p.m. on Wednesday before classes begin.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Withdrawal from College

If you find you can no longer attend classes, you should officially withdraw from school. Before doing so, please be sure to work with your advisor to determine if other options are available to you. The last day to withdraw from classes without receiving a grade is listed on the academic calendar. Note: Courses that are less than a full term in length have different withdrawal deadline dates.
If you are receiving financial aid, be aware that totally withdrawing prior to completing more than 60.01% of the term can result in your owing money back to the U.S. Department of Education or to BMCC. Please refer to the Financial Assistance section of the catalog for further information.
NOTE: A student who is registered is considered to be in attendance. Non-attendance or non-payment does not constitute official withdrawal, nor does it release you from the obligation to pay for your course or courses.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)

Withdrawal for Military Duty

The following guidelines apply when a veteran, Reserve, or National Guard student is called to active duty for military
purposes during the term (This does not include being called to active duty for basic training):
  • You may drop courses and receive a full tuition and fee refund.
  • You may, at your discretion, elect to complete courses after making special arrangements with your
  • instructor(s) to create an incomplete contract allowing reasonable time to complete the academic work required.
Please contact the Service Center in Pendleton for further information at 541-278-5759, or send an email to: If you are receiving financial aid you need to refer to the Financial Assistance section of the catalog for further information regarding withdrawals.
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)