This is the second year there has been no tuition increase at the Bossier City school and other two-year colleges.
College administrators recommended to the Louisiana Community and Technical College System board in June that tuition rates remain unchanged. Board members unanimously agreed.
"Assuring that two-year community and technical colleges are accessible to as many students as possible is our primary responsibility," LCTCS President Monty Sullivan said. "As such, we must ensure that we provide a level of predictability when it comes to the cost of tuition."
BPCC will hold fall registration from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 9-10 at its campus at 6220 E. Texas St. in Bossier City.
Fall classes begin Aug. 11 at the school, which this year is marking its 50th anniversary.
BPCC is offering a variety of sessions:
Session A: Aug. 11-Dec. 6
Session B: Aug. 11-Oct. 4
Session C: Oct. 5-Dec. 6
Session D: Aug. 11-Sept. 6
Session E: Sept. 7-Oct. 4
Session F: Oct. 5-Nov. 1
Session G: Nov. 2-Dec. 6
Session J: Aug. 28-Dec. 26
Winter session: Dec. 12-Jan. 4
BPCC offers associate degrees, technical diplomas, certificates and technical competency areas in behavioral and social sciences; business; communication and performing arts; liberal arts; science, nursing and allied health; and technology, engineering and mathematics.
More detailed information about registration, tuition and deadlines can be found by clicking here or calling the admissions office at (318) 678-6004.