Contact all offices at (662) 685 – 4771. All offices are open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Office of Admissions ……………………………………………Ext. 166
Guyton Library provides a favorable environment for reading, research, and study by BMC students, faculty, and staff. To maintain that environment, patrons should enter quietly and turn electronic devices to vibrate or off. Patrons need to receive or place calls prior to entering the library. The collection includes books, periodicals and newspapers, audiovisual materials, and electronic resources. While the collection primarily contains resources for study and research, some current fiction and leisure materials are included in the collection. Library patrons may access electronic resources through the computer lab in Guyton Library and/or through the Guyton Library website. If a book or article is not available, the library can often get it through interlibrary loan from another library. Reproduction services including a self-service copier and computer printer are available near the main desk of the library.
Campus Computing System
Students are encouraged to make use of the campus computing system. Acceptable use begins with individual responsibility in adhering to all local, state, and national laws. Furthermore, in keeping with the mission and goals of the College, all computing use should promote the academic, social, spiritual, and moral development of the campus. Access the fully stated College policy regarding acceptable computer use.
The campus store offers course support materials, school and office supplies, trade books, gifts, and collegiate memorabilia. The store is open to the public and the campus community from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call the bookstore for all issues related to textbooks at ext. 154 or order books through the bookstore.
Complaints regarding the online experience should be addressed to Chris Driskell, Program Coordinator for Online Instruction at (662) 587-0922. Written complaints will be forwarded to the appropriate administrator as determined by the nature of the complaint.
Complaints regarding the technical aspects of the online course should be directed to the Technical Help Desk at 1-800-985-9781.
Students who have complaints to be addressed about any aspect of the collegiate experience should submit the complaints in writing. The person to whom complaints are addressed may be found in the PROCEDURES to Policy 4.15: Student Complaints at http://churchtechnologies.net/bmc/student_policies/4.15proc.pdf