Seniors – If you have taken dual enrollment courses during high school, you must send a COLLEGE transcript to the college you are planning to attend. They will not let you register for classes until they have this information. When you have completed all dual enrollment coursework, you need to contact the college registrar to send your transcript. You can also use your online student portal to request transcripts be sent.
Seniors - Final transcripts will not be available before mid-June. If a graduate will attend an out of state college or private college in Louisiana, the final transcript must be mailed. It cannot be submitted electronically. The person requesting the transcript should come to the counselor’s office to complete a final transcript request form. We will need the complete name and address of the college/university. Final transcripts are $5.00 each. Pay the bookkeeper, bring the receipt to the counselor’s office and complete a transcript request form. Leave the receipt and transcript request form with Mrs. Byrd. Transcripts will be mailed as soon as they are available. All public colleges and universities in Louisiana have access the final transcripts through the Student Transcript System. They will be able to download transcripts when they are available after mid-June. Students attending public college and universities in Louisiana do not have to submit a final transcript request.
Seniors: BPCC is offered three summer sessions, May 23 - July 18, May 23 - June 19, and June 20 - July 18. This is a great way to get started in college. Visit www.bpcc.edu for more information.
If you are using the Common Application to apply for colleges, schools require the counselor to complete a secondary report which includes a letter of recommendation. You must submit a student questionnaire and student resume to Mrs. Byrd in the counseling office before this can be completed. Forms are available in the counseling office. Please remember that letters of recommendation require two weeks’ notice.