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Bristol Community College will be offering a variety of options to accommodate the needs of our students. This spring, Bristol students will have the choice to return to the classroom for fully face-to-face courses, as a hybrid student - which includes both in-person, pre-scheduled meetings on campus and flexible, scheduled online learning - or by taking classes fully online.

We are safe, open, and ready for students. 

The Spring/Fall 2023 application will be available on October 1, 2022.

Students registering for face-to-face and/or hybrid courses will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 Vaccination or have a valid accommodation for COVID-19 prior to registration.

If you wish to come to campus for services, you will need to show proof of COVID-19 Vaccination or have a valid accommodation for COVID-19.

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Ready to apply to Bristol? It’s easy to get started. There is no application fee and SAT scores are not required. All you need is a high school diploma or GED/HiSET.

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Thinking about applying but want to know more? Request information using the link below. 

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Please visit our College Catalog to review the academic programs and certificates Bristol has to offer. Not sure what path to take? Consider connecting with an Admissions Coordinator; they're ready to help you begin your journey at Bristol today!

Important dates to keep in mind when applying:

  • October: Applications for Spring and Fall terms open
  • October 1: Free Application for Federal Student Aid application open
  • mid-October: Winter registration begins
  • mid-November: Spring registration begins
  • Early February: Applications for Summer term open
  • early March: Summer registration begins
  • mid-April: Fall registration begins
  • Please note: the deadline to apply for admission is typically the start of each term.

Learn more about admissions at Bristol HERE


About the Application

Applicants must have a high school diploma, state-approved equivalency credential or college degree. Admission to some programs is competitive because of the limited number of openings and/or prerequisites.

Bristol has an open enrollment policy in keeping with the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education’s “Open Door” philosophy. The open enrollment policy does not apply to students seeking admission into the following programs: Clinical Laboratory Science, Culinary Arts, Dental Hygiene, Medical Assisting, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Phlebotomy. Learn more about the Health Science Admissions Requirements here.

International Students seeking to enroll at Bristol on an F-1 Student Visa must meet additional criteria in order to be admitted.

Please refer to the catalog for up-to-date information on all admissions requirements and deadlines.


Click HERE to learn more about the Admissions Process.

Click here to Apply for Financial Aid