Bunker Hill Community College has a strong commitment to providing guidance to students as they begin their journey to achieve their educational goals. The Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions is dedicated to providing quality customer service to new, current and graduating BHCC students with the admissions process, registration for new classes and overall education regarding all of the opportunities that Bunker Hill Community College has to offer.  

The Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions can be contacted via in person, email or over the phone.  Please find below our contact information. 

Apply for Admissions:

  • Apply to BHCC. Provide the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions with a copy of your high school diploma, transcript if a graduation date is recorded on it, or GED.
  • Original documents may be requested. If documents are not in English, an official translation must be attached.
  • There is no application fee required.
  • Submit official undergraduate transcripts from previous college(s) to the Admissions & Registration Desk, B203 for evaluation of transfer credits. Credit may be awarded for courses completed successfully with a grade of C or higher at other regionally accredited colleges if the courses are comparable to those offered within the BHCC curriculum. Credits earned at colleges which follow a quarter semester system will be converted to semester-hour equivalents resulting in an adjustment in the number of credits transferred. The College may accept a maximum of 45 credits toward the BHCC associate degree.
  • If you are claiming entitlement to in-state tuition, submit the Massachusetts In-State Tuition Eligibility Form.

Please note: Health and EPUT programs have additional admission requirements and a selective admissions process. Visit academic departments for specific requirements.

Apply for Admissions:

  • Apply to BHCC. Provide the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions with a copy of your high school diploma, transcript if a graduation date is recorded on it, or GED.
  • Original documents may be requested. If documents are not in English, an official translation must be attached.
  • Submit official undergraduate transcripts from previous college(s) to the Admissions & Registration Desk, B203 for evaluation of transfer credits. Credit may be awarded for courses completed successfully with a grade of C or higher at other regionally accredited colleges if the courses are comparable to those offered within the BHCC curriculum. Credits earned at colleges which follow a quarter semester system will be converted to semester-hour equivalents resulting in an adjustment in the number of credits transferred. The College may accept a maximum of 45 credits toward the BHCC associate degree.
  • If you are claiming entitlement to in-state tuition, submit the Massachusetts In-State Tuition Eligibility Form.

Please note: Health and EPUT programs have additional admission requirements and a selective admissions process. Visit academic departments for specific requirements.

 

Apply for Financial Aid Online:

Financial Aid

International Center

Veterans Center

If you have been away from the College for two consecutive semesters (excluding summer sessions) due to an interruption of attendance you will need to reapply to the College.

  1. Complete an application and submit it to the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions.
  2. If you have been away from the College for two or more semesters you must submit a copy of your high school diploma, transcript if a graduation date is recorded on it, or GED.
  3. Original documents may be requested. If documents are not in English, an official translation must be attached.
  4. If you attended another college while away from BHCC, submit official copies of your transcripts to the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions for evaluation of transfer credit.
  5. If you are claiming entitlement to in-state tuition, submit the Massachusetts In-State Tuition Eligibility Form.
  6. Note: Students who were suspended must also bring a typed letter to the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions stating how things will be different academically now versus when they were suspended. Suspended students must wait for a letter from the college stating that they have been accepted again before attending an Advising and Registration and Orientation session to register for courses.