For more information, visit Room B118 or call 617-228-2377.
Once you are accepted as a new student, you will receive a New Student Enrollment Checklist, including step-by-step directions to finish enrolling.
You can also find sample tests on the College’s CPT preparation page.
The College reserves the right to determine placement into courses, including English as a Second Language and developmental courses, based on the results of placement tests.
When students complete testing, they receive a report that includes the placement results for each section of the test that is completed.
Accepted (degree- and certificate-seeking) students will also be able to access these placement results in the Test Summary section of Student Planning in their My BHCC account (log on information for My BHCC is provided to accepted students on their acceptance letter). English, reading and math scores are valid for placement and application purposes for two years.Bunker Hill Community College is committed to an open admission policy.This policy enables anyone with a high school diploma, Hi SET (formerly the GED) or a transfer student from another college who wants to continue their education at BHCC.If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, please visit their website to download the software.BHCC staggers the start of registration to allow students with the most completed credits, including developmental, ESL and transfer credits to register first.Visit the Assessment page for information on possible exemptions from testing.To prepare for the CPT, use review books and practice questions available on the web; you can find them by searching “Accuplacer practice” via any internet search engine.To enroll in a degree or certificate program, you must apply for admission and be accepted to the College; once accepted you are a degree-seeking student. To support an optimal environment for learning, Bunker Hill Community College admits students who demonstrate the academic skills needed to fulfill the requirements of their courses and programs, and the ability to adhere to the Student Code of Conduct.If you are interested in learning more about applying to a degree program, specialized programs, information sessions and tours or for general college information, visit the Admissions page, or contact the office via email at [email protected] or phone at 617-228-3398.These include instructions for logging onto my BHCC and your BHCC email.It is important to log on and follow the steps as soon as you receive your packet so you can register for courses early and get off to a good start toward reaching your goals.