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Winter Session FAQ

If you have questions about winter session courses, please send an email to wintersession@bhcc.edu.

Yes, if you are a financial aid recipient, winter session charges can be covered by your spring financial aid award.

Your instructor’s contact information can be found in Moodle and also on your course syllabus. If you have difficulty contacting your instructor, please send an email to wintersession@bhcc.edu.

Winter session classes begin on January 2, 2020.

Winter classes end on January 17, 2020.

Current BHCC students, new students and non-matriculated/guest students can enroll in winter session courses. Please note that winter intersession courses will not support student athlete eligibility for NJCAA.

No, all winter session courses are offered fully online.

If you are a current BHCC student, you may start registering for winter session courses starting November 5, 2019. If you are a new student, you may register beginning November 12, 2019. If you are a non-matriculated guest student, you may register beginning November 13, 2019

Grades can be accessed through BHCC Self-Service starting January 21, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.

Tuition and fee information for winter session courses are the same as for Spring Session 2020 and can be found at https://www.bhcc.edu/tuition/.

Winter session payment is due December 16th.  If you don’t pay your tuition bill by December 16th, your classes will be dropped for non-payment at midnight. If you register after December 16th, payment is due at the time of registration.

You can pay in full at the time of registration or set up a payment plan.

Yes, book vouchers will be available in mid-December.  Students with book voucher eligibility will see their available amount in self-service.

You may purchase your textbooks by visiting the BHCC bookstore website at https://www.bhcc.edu/bookstore/. Plan to pick them up no later than 2:30 p.m. on December 24, 2019 or order them on line so that they arrive by January 2.

The last date to register for winter session courses is January 3, 2020.

Yes, you can audit a winter session course. Students who want to audit a course must obtain written permission from the Student Central Office. Students who audit courses pay full tuition and fees. The audit request must be made at the time of registration, and once approved may not be changed to a graded course. An audit course may not be transferred or used toward graduation requirements.

Ashley Paul Harris – ENG-111-WI01

Wissal Nouchrif – FIN-112-WI01

Tendai Nyakurimwa – ACC-102-WI01

Guixhua Yin – ENG-112-WI01

Proshot Kalami – ENG-112-WI02

If you do not drop courses before the deadline of January 3, 2020, you will be charged a percentage of the tuition and fees, depending on the date you drop the course. For more information visit, https://www.bhcc.edu/studentcentral/studentpayment/ 

The College is closed from 5:00 p.m. December 24, 2019 through January 1, 2020. The College will reopen on January 2.  If you have questions about your winter session courses, please send an email to wintersession@bhcc.edu.

Students can obtain a copy of their course syllabi on the first day of winter classes. Syllabi will be available when you log in to your Moodle course site beginning at 7 a.m. on January 2. 

The on-campus Tutoring and Academic Support Center (TASC) will be closed during winter session. Your instructor may provide access to Smarthinking online tutoring service. Students who are seeking tutoring support for their winter session courses are encouraged to contact their faculty instructors to learn what academic support resources are available for their individual courses.

Winter session courses are entirely online and require a substantial time commitment from students. You should feel confident in your ability to navigate an online course management platform, use digital tools and software (e.g. uploading files and using Microsoft Word) and be available to work on your class for at least eight hours per day before signing up for a Winter course.”

Take an online readiness self-assessment which will help you determine if you are ready for online courses.

To prepare for Winter Session, view the Winter Session Critical Information video.

You will be expected to work on your online course regardless of the weather.

The last date to drop winter courses is January 3, 2019.

The last date to withdraw from winter courses is January 10, 2020.

A successful completion of a winter session course will be calculated into your GPA at the end of the Spring Semester. You must enroll in 12 hours in addition to the Winter Session to be eligible to participate in Athletics for NJCAA teams.

You will need a student ID number or library barcode.  Students taking only distance/online courses can get a library barcode and password without having to come to campus for a picture or a OneCard. If you are a distance student, please fill out the application below and send it to bhcclibrary@bhcc.edu

Distance Learning Application (DOCX) or Distance Learning Application (PDF)

See Library information: bhcc.edu/library/

For current or guest students who need a student ID, please go to Student Central located on the second floor of B Building by 3:30 p.m. on December 24th or beginning January 2nd to have your picture taken and receive your ID at the same time.

Veterans are eligible to enroll in a Winter Session course. Your benefits will be adjusted to reflect your taking one course during the Winter Session.