BC3 Open Houses
At BC3, you can...
Jump start your college education
Take a college-level class during your sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school and earn transferrable college credits now through High School Programming.
Start a career in just 1 year
BC3 has short-term workplace certificates in high demand fields designed to make you job-ready upon completion.
Transfer your credits
70% of BC3 students are enrolled in programs that can be transferred to a 4-year college or university to complete a bachelor’s degree. BC3 has transfer agreements with state, private, and online colleges and universities.
Earn a bachelor’s degree
Through partnerships with other colleges and universities, students can earn a bachelor’s degree on Main Campus in a variety of academic programs. Meet with representatives at the Open House on Main Campus to learn more.
75% of BC3 students graduate debt-free! Over $200,000 in scholarships are awarded to our students each year.
Explore the Heaton Family Learning Commons
Tour our newest location on BC3 Main Campus! The Heaton Family Learning Commons was designed as a 21st century learning commons with the technology and space necessary to meet students’ needs.
Visit the new Amy Wise Children's Creative Learning Center
Open this evening for you to visit and explore, this beautiful nature-inspired space is a state-of-the-art early childhood center, which serves children of BC3 students, employees, and community members. State licensed for both childcare and preschool, the Amy Wise CCLC also serves as a lab school, where college students studying to be teachers, nurses, or social workers may observe, work, or complete an internship. You are welcome to take a tour, meet the staff members, and see where our youngest students grow and learn!
Even More Reasons Why You Should Attend
Take a tour of the campus or location.
Learn about financial aid and scholarships.
Explore academic programs and meet your future instructors.
Find out how you can get involved in athletics and student clubs and organizations.
Ask our Student Ambassadors questions about life as a BC3 student.