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Learn about the admissions, testing and financial aid processes.

At One-Stop Admissions Events, you will learn about admissions, testing and financial aid. You may attend these events even if you have not yet been officially accepted to the college. Additional documentation may be needed for the event. Find and register for an upcoming One-Stop Admissions Event.

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Get started by attending an Advising, Registration, and Orientation (ARO) session.

We will send you a link to your personal and BTC email allowing you to sign up for an ARO session. This ARO session will include meeting your advisor, planning and creating an academic plan, and registering for classes. Additional information regarding financial aid, payment plans, books, tools, and supplies will be discussed.

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Prepare for the upcoming semester during Fast Track Days.

Whether you already registered or still need to apply, we are here to help! Fast Track Days help you get ready for the upcoming semester:
  • Apply or Register
  • Attend Blackboard orientations
  • Receive financial aid assistance
  • Learn more about campus resources
  • Get your books and student ID
  • Connect with faculty and staff

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Petition for entry into a Health Sciences program.

The following programs require students to petition for entry: Diagnostic Medical Sonography & Vascular (DMS)NursingPhysical Therapist Assistant (PTA)Radiography, and Surgical Technology. In order to be eligible to petition the program for entry, you must apply to the college, meet all program-specific eligibility requirements, and attend a Health Sciences petition meeting specific to the program you plan to petition.

View Petition Information

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Receive your BTC Student ID.

Identification cards are available to all BTC students. The cards include the BTC logo and address and student picture, name, and nine-digit identification number. The card also includes a barcode that allows you to access resources at the Blackhawk Library and the Learning Resource Center in Monroe.

You can have your picture taken and card issued any time after you have registered for a course. Cards are issued at the Registration and Records Office on Central Campus, Monroe Campus Learning Resource Center, or at our Advanced Manufacturing Training Center. In order for a Blackhawk student ID to be issued, you must present a valid photo ID and class schedule.

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