As the premier resource of higher education in Burlington County, the College strives to meet the educational and workforce demands of the region.
The Office of Enrollment Services
The Office of Enrollment Services is designed to guide potential students through the stages of the enrollment process. The Office of Enrollment Services is dedicated to recruiting a diverse student population and providing prospective undergraduates with valuable information on BCC's many degree programs and certification options.
Visit the Office of Enrollment Services Website Office of Admissions & Registration
If you plan to pursue multiple degrees, meet with a college academic advisor/counselor to review degree requirements and prepare a program outline prior to completing 32 credits. Students desiring more than one degree from Burlington County College must meet the following criteria:
Declare the additional major(s) with Registration.
Satisfy the General Education Requirement for each degree.
Satisfy the program requirements for each major.
Earn at least 15 additional credits for each additional degree.
The diplomas are mailed to the address indicated on the graduation application. Diplomas are mailed within 1 month following the graduation date. The college prints the degree(s) awarded and not the academic program(s).
Degree: Associate of Arts
Academic Program: Sociology
Exception: Certificates (CRT or SPC) have the number of credited hours completed as well as the program listed on the certificate.
Note: If you have any outstanding financial obligations to the college your diploma will not be mailed until the obligation has been met.
Grade reports are issued at the end of each semester/term. All final grades may be accessed via Web Advisor. Please note that instructors have 48 hours after the end of each semester to post grades. To access WebAdvisor, Click Here.