Dual Credit/Early Entry Benefits
The benefits of being a Dual Credit or Early Entry student at Bismarck State College don't end with earning college credit at a low tuition. As a Dual Credit or Early Entry student at BSC, you have access to many of the same benefits as a traditional college student. Take advantage of academic and student support services, attend student and athletic events, get student discounts throughout the BisMan community and more!
You are #MysticNation, and we can't wait to see you on campus.
Take advantage of BSC student benefits!
Aquatic Center & Wellness Center
Dive into the pool, workout on the strength and cardio equipment, or join a fitness class. Located on the BSC campus, the Aquatic & Wellness Center is free for students to use.
BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center
From 10% off your order at Fireflour Pizza to half-price Huff Hills Ski tickets, did you know, with your BSC student ID, you get discounts and perks at many local businesses?
Join your fellow Mystics in the stands to root on one of 12+ NJCAA intercollegiate MysticNation teams. Admission to the games is free with your student ID!
Bismarck State Athletics
Watch a BSC Theatre performance or take part as an actor or stage crew. Tickets for BSC Students are only $5 with a valid campus ID.
Beyond the classroom, get free ice cream, play a game or grab a cup of coffee in the Student Union, enjoy one of the many free student events, or join one of 20+ student clubs or an intermural sports team.
Academic and Student Support Services
At the library, you have access to books, e-books, online databases, CDs, DVDs, videos, microfilm, journals, magazines, newspapers, and more.
Looking to brush up on a subject? Make an appointment with one of BSC’s tutors. On-campus and virtual tutoring available.
Discuss career opportunities, review your resume or participate in mock interviews with a career counselor.
Advising and Counseling Services
Make an appointment with an academic advisor to learn how your Dual Credit classes can satisfy degree requirements, or meet with a counselor to discuss the challenges of being a student.
Mystic Advising & Counseling Center (MACC)