BMC Student Experience Fee
Blue Mountain College’s mission is to assist students in developing intellectual integrity, academic excellence, civility, and Christian character. A student pays one fee for the tools and experiences necessary to succeed in academic studies and enhance life as a student. The student experience fee provides:
High Speed Wi-Fi
WIFI connectivity exists throughout the BMC campus. Students will find computer labs in Guyton Library, Fisher-Washburn Hall, Lowrey Administration Building and Coward-Martin Hall.
Campus ID Card
BMC students are issued ID cards that are scanned for chapel attendance, entrance to residence halls, dining hall meals, home athletic events, the wellness center, and Guyton Library. Local restaurants also offer discounts to BMC students with proof of ID.
Students are issued parking decals by Student Services that allows BMC students to park in designated areas.
Access to the Teaching & Learning Center (TLC)
The TLC is equipped with 30 computers (including 10 iMacs), a printer, and study stations. Tutoring sessions, study skills workshops, and individualized attention by faculty and student academic coaches are available for students interested in optimal learning.
Access to the Library
Guyton Library provides students with access to primary book and periodical collections, electronic information, and learning resources for the entire campus. The library provides study areas, a Smartboard lab, and 13 laptops available for checkout. Interlibrary loan is also available.
Access to the Wellness Center
The workout area has elliptical machines, treadmills, recumbent bikes, and weight machines and equipment for 31 exercise stations. Other activities are planned and available throughout the year.
Student Success and Career Services
The Office of Student Success and Career Services (OSSCS) provide resources that assist students decide on a major, develop resume writing and interviewing skills, and discover possible employment opportunities are available. In keeping with the College’s mission, OSSCS's purpose is to be a dynamic contributor for the complete educational experience for BMC students. The office also fosters constructive partnerships and opportunities among students, alumni, and potential employers as well as planning and implementing career objectives.
Print and scan services
BMC students can print up to 100 pages per semester at no cost. Students may purchase a minimum of $5 ofadditional printing.
home athletic events
BMC students are admitted FREE to all home games for men’s and women’s sporting events.
FINE ARTS performances
BMC students are admitted FREE to a variety of theatrical and musical productions.
special campus events
Student Services and the Student Body Association coordinate social events throughout the year. The Baptist Student Union sponsors Noonday and Prime Time events, as well as, retreats, mission opportunities, and Welcome Back parties.
societies and intramural sports
Societies provide students an opportunity to belong to a small social group. There are three societies for women (Eunomian, Euzelian, and Modenian) and three societies for men (Ekklesian, Berean, and Macedonian). Students select the society they wish to join. Society membership provides opportunities for participation in intramural sports for the development not only of the body but also of the mind in fair play and good sportsmanship, stimulation of health consciousness, and the encouragement of activities which promote health, recreational, and spiritual values.
Student publications include: the Mountaineer (yearbook), the Mountain Breeze, (annual of journal of essays, poetry, and short stories written by students and faculty of the College) and the The Beacon (online newspaper-type publication produced periodically by students which covers topics including campus life and activities, interviews, and special events).
Health Care Services
A Health Care Coordinator is available to administer first aid care and/or transport a student to a local health care provider.
Campus Mail Services
Full time resident students are provided a personal mailbox. FedEx and UPS packages are distributed through the Campus Mail Service.