Complete and submit a BRTC Application Form
Completed applications can be submitted online, brought in to BRTC’s Admissions Office, or mailed to:
You cannot register for classes until all paperwork has been submitted and approved.
Submit official copies of your High School Records or GED Scores
Have your high school submit an official copy of your high school transcript (with an official signature, school seal, and graduation date) or a copy of your GED scores to BRTC. You may also bring your records/scores to BRTC in a sealed envelope.
If you have eighteen or more college hours from an accredited institution of higher learning, it is not necessary to submit a high school transcript.
Submit official copies of all College Transcripts
Transcripts must be brought in to BRTC in a sealed envelope or mailed directly from the transferring institution to:
Submit Placement Test Scores
Submit ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer scores to BRTC. If you have not taken these tests, you may submit proof of compliance with state remediation laws if you have less than 30 earned credit hours at an accredited college or university.
These tests will determine whether you need to take developmental Math, English, or Reading courses. If you have not taken one of the above tests, you may take the ACT or Accuplacer at BRTC. The Freshman Assessment and Placement (PDF) document identifies the scores needed on the exams to bypass developmental courses at BRTC.
Submit Immunization Records
(students born before January 1, 1957 will not be required to provide proof of immunization)
These immunizations are not mandatory for students taking courses for enrichment.
Complete New Student Orientation
Call or email an Academic Advisor on BRTC's Campus
Not meeting with your assigned advisor will prevent you from registering for class.
The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and equitable treatment in the application of credits for admissions and degree requirements. Students may complete specified General Education courses anywhere in the public system as well as many courses in the degree/major that have been pre-identified for transfer. This system is designed to assist in planning from the high school level through the adult workforce.