What can I do if I haven’t decided what to study, or am nervous about my preparation for college?

It’s fairly common to be undecided about your future or how to get the most from college as a new, or returning, student. BHC’s faculty and professional staff can help you with these important concerns.
College Credit Courses

CES 100: College Experience and Success (3 credits)
This course is highly recommended for first-time college students who want to improve their readiness for college-level studies, promote their academic success and get the most from being a college student.

Psychology 105: Career Exploration and Planning (2 credits)
Enroll in this course to complete an in-depth exploration of your interests, values, and skills. Identify and learn about potential careers to facilitate career and educational planning.

Career Services Center (CSC)
Visit the CSC to learn about the wide range of career options available. Take a career assessment of your skills and interests to discover career possibilities that may be good fits for you. You can also learn now to research careers and job openings. Also, watch for career workshops offered throughout the year!

Advising
Educational advisors will assist you with college readiness, student know-how, self-discovery, goal setting, and career exploration so you get the most from your college experience.

Current BHC students are encouraged to use the myAdvisingPathway – bring your planner to your advising session.

Counseling
Meet with a BHC counselor to take a variety of career or personal inventories which can assist you with career and educational planning.

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