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201 West Main Street , Blue Mountain- 38610
Mississippi , United States  United States
Today (Friday) Open 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

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Blue Mountain College is a Christian college which recruits undergraduate and graduate students who are committed to scholarship, servant leadership and service in church and community.  Students are guided to reach their God-given potential with the leadership of professionals who share the common bond of Christian faith and are committed to excellence. Offering a variety of bachelor and graduate degrees on campus, as well as online degrees, Blue Mountain College has been ranked as one of the best colleges and best value schools among regional colleges in the south by US News & World Report.  Blue Mountain College's mission is to assist students in developing intellectual integrity, academic excellence, civility and Christian character.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Founded in 1873, Blue Mountain College is a Christian liberal arts college located in Blue Mountain, Mississippi and affiliated since 1920 with the Mississippi Baptist Convention. Blue Mountain College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate and master degrees. Characterized by a serene and peaceful setting, Blue Mountain College is located approximately 40 miles from Tupelo, Mississippi and 75 miles from Memphis, Tennessee.

Blue Mountain College offers courses of study leading to three undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.), and Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Ed.). The Academic Departments are listed below. Within the department websites are the majors offered in each. The degree requirements for each may be accessed by clicking on the name of the degree program within the Departmental websites under the majors tab.

The Blue Mountain College Admissions and Academic Standards Committee monitors the implementation of admissions policy and procedures. The Director of Admissions makes decisions regarding admission based upon these policies and procedures. Admission to Blue Mountain College is based on the high school or university record, and ACT or SAT scores. All policies and application forms may be accessed in the “Prospective Student” section on the BMC Website at www.bmc.edu. Students given provisional admission shall be given three weeks to submit all required documents to finalize admission requirements. Failure to do so will result in being withdrawn from classes.

All applicants to Blue Mountain College must complete an application for admission which may be submitted as early as their junior year. Any applicant not in continuous enrollment at BMC must submit an application for readmission to the College and pay the application fee. An application for admission will be voided if the applicant does not properly disclose or if the applicant misrepresents information relevant to institutions previously attended.

Transfer students who have been enrolled in other colleges must submit official transcripts from each college attended and must be eligible to re-enter the last college attended.The academic standing at the initial enrollment of new transfer students (including readmitted students who have attended other colleges subsequent to leaving BMC) will be determined by the cumulative face value grade point averages of all colleges attended and in accordance with the College’s standards listed in Academic Affairs Policy 2:18: Academic Standards as follows:

1.50 for students who have earned less than 30 semester hours (including transfer work) 2.00 for students who have earned 30 hours or more (including transfer work) Transfer students making application and on academic suspension from the last college attended are not eligible for admission until they serve out the period of suspension. If admitted, the student will enter on academic probation.

A maximum of 64 semester hours of credit may be transferred from a community or junior college to Blue Mountain College. After a student has been accepted for a degree at BMC and has earned a total of 64 hours toward a degree (including transferred work whether from a community or senior college), all additional credit must be earned at a senior college.

Twenty-five percent (25%) of the total required degree hours must be earned at BMC. Additionally, 12 of a student’s last 18 semester hours must be earned at BMC (except for those students in the medical technology program or dual degree nursing programs). Students must obtain permission in advance from their academic advisor and the Vice President for Academic Affairs before taking a course(s) from another college while they are pursuing a degree from BMC.

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As a future student, you have the special privilege of becoming part of a family that wants to help you reach your God-given potential.Use the list below that best describes you as a checklist to remind yourself of the information you need to turn in to the Office of Admissions. All information must be received and you must be granted preliminary admission before beginning the pre-registration process.

If you have questions regarding any of the requirements listed below, call the Office of Admissions or e-mail one of the admissions counselors. The Admissions Process, Deadlines, and Requirements section of this web site has additional information on the following items.

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