Frequently Asked Questions

1.    What courses are offered online?

Dual Enrollment

Blue Mountain College offers Dual Enrollment courses whereby early admission may be granted an applicant who has completed the junior year in high school and has a favorable recommendation from a teacher and/or a high school counselor.  In addition, the applicant must meet at least two of the following requirements:

1.  Have GPA of 3.0 of above
2.  Have a consistently "proficient" score in the state testing program
3.  Have an ACT score of 20 or above
4.  Have a class rank within the top 10 % of their class.


Blue Mountain College through an approved program with the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), offers a number of courses leading to a supplemental endorsement in elementary and secondary Mild/Moderate Disability.  The elementary supplemental K-8, which can only be added to an elementary license, may be obtained by completing 18 semester hours.  The secondary supplemental endorsement, 7-12, which can be added to a secondary or special subject area license, may be obtained by completing 21 semester hours.  A K-12 Mild/Moderate Disability supplemental endorsement may be obtained by completing the non-overlapping 27 semester hours of course work.

Although the majority of course work is online, students are required to meet on campus occasionally.

    SE 420 Introduction to Special Education Credit
    SE 422 Education and Psychology of Mildly and Moderately Disabled Credit
    SE 424 Classroom and Behavior Management (Same as ED 424) Credit
    SE 434 Problems of Teaching Students with Disabilities Credit
    SE 436 Assessment and Curriculum Development for the Mildly/Moderately Disabled Student
    SE 440 Inclusion of the Mildly/Moderately Disabled in the Regular Classroom Credit
    SE 450 Assessment and Curriculum Development for Mildly/Moderately Disabled Secondary Student
    SE 454 Transition from the Classroom to Career and Independent Living Credit



 Click here for more information about the Online Business Degree.



  Click here for more information about the Online Psychology Degree.


2.    Is there a limit to the number of online courses I can take?

Traditional, on-ground students may take no more than one three credit hour online course per semester unless approved by the Department Chair and the Vice President for Academic Affairs and then only under extenuating circumstances.

3.    How much are the fees?

Tuition for three-hour course: $1200
Video Proctoring Fee: $15

4.    How do I pay for my courses?

Once a student registers for a course, the Office of Business Affairs will post the tuition and fees to the ledger portion of the student portal.  The student may pay the bill by cash, check or credit card.  No student will be given access to the online course until the bill is paid.

5.    Will I qualify for financial aid?

To be eligible for financial aid at Blue Mountain College, you must:

-Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen

-Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an eligible degree program or seeking endorsements to meet requirements of Mississippi Department of Education certification

-Be in current standing on all student loans and grants from any institution

-Have approval for final admission to Blue Mountain College

-Have a complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with Blue Mountain College
    -Apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) at (if you do not already have
    -Complete the FAFSA at  Blue Mountain College school code is 002398.

-Contact the Office of Financial Aid after you have completed your FAFSA.  The financial aid staff will provide the 
  forms required to process a federal loan.
        Remaining steps may include:
            -Complete Financial Aid for Teacher Certification Form
            -Complete Loan Application
            -Complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling
            -Complete Verification
            -Complete Financial Aid Information Sheet

6.    How do I apply?

To apply for general admission, go to online application.  Send Official transcripts and supporting documents to:

                                Blue Mountain College
                                Office of Admissions
                                P.O. Box 160
                                Blue Mountain, MS  38610

Those seeking certification in Special Education, or who want to apply for Dual Enrollment courses, go to Admissions.  Print, complete and fax the appropriate form.  If you prefer, an application form can be sent by mail or for quicker reception, email. 

7.    How do I register?

On campus students register in the Office of the Registrar.  Online students, go to Registration.  Print, complete and fax the appropriate registration form.  If you prefer, a registration form can be sent via email. 

Those seeking Mississippi Teacher Certification in Special Education click here, or those who want to register for Dual Enrollment courses, click here.  Print, complete and fax the appropriate registration form.  If you prefer, a registration form can be sent by mail or for quicker reception, email.

8.    Will I have an advisor?

Yes.  Your advisor will be the Program Coordinator for the Online Degree Program that you are enrolled in:

Online Business - Mrs. LeeAnne Price
Online Psychology - Dr. Emily Derrick

9.   How do I get books?

Go to Blue Mountain College's online bookstore to order textbooks or to obtain text ISBN numbers for ordering elsewhere.

10.    What is the course schedule?

Go to course schedule to see the proposed rotation of online courses.

11.    How can I prepare to take online courses?

You will be allowed to complete an online training session to assist you in the mechanics of taking an online course.  Once you are registered, the Program Coordinator will email you instructions for training.

12.    What is the procedure for dropping online courses by Traditional, On-ground Students?

A student may receive a refund for course tuition, if the course is dropped prior to the fifth day after the student receives access to course content. After the student receives access to course content and after four days of access, the course tuition is non-refundable. Students who officially drop an online course after the refund deadline and during the first week of the online term will receive a “W” grade in the class. Students who drop an online course after the first week will receive a “WP” or “WF.” Students may not drop an online course after the fourth week of the online term.

13.    What is your online class attendance policy?

Blue Mountain College requires class attendance for online courses. According to Policy 2.10, students who miss 12.5% of the time will receive an automatic “F” in the course. Each online professor will include an attendance requirement in the syllabus. Since each of the online courses meets eight weeks, one week of non-attendance, which is 12.5% of the time in the course, will result in an automatic “F.” Seventy-five percent of the assignments for the week must be completed within the week to receive full attendance.

14.    Who do I contact with additional questions, complaints or the need of technical assistance?

Direct questions concerning online instruction to your program coordinator.  For technical assistance, go to or email Tech Support,, giving your name, student ID, a phone number where you can be reached and the technical problem with any error messages you are receiving.

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