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General College Services for Students

Office of Institutional Advancement

Stephanie Rogers, Director


Juanita Epps, Internal Compliance Officer/Bookkeeper
Delecia Washington, Project Coordinator
Savannah Brown, Administrative Coordinator III

Alumni Affairs

The Office of Alumni Affairs partners with BPCC Foundation to more fully engage alumni. Further, we encourage alumni participation in school activities from the Office of Student Life and Athletic Department sports events for a more enriched experience with your alma mater – Bossier Parish Community College. Check out BPCC events at the alumni web site or contact us at

BPCC Alumni Association
The BPCC Alumni Association includes all graduates of the College who have earned an associate degree or who have completed a certification program. In addition, the Alumni Association is open to current students, faculty and staff, and any former student who has accumulated 12 or more credit hours. To update your alumni information or to contact us, go to the alumni web site.

BPCC Foundation, Inc.

The purpose and mission of the BPCC Foundation is to host fundraising events and activities to raise monies that will assist the College in the following manner: to provide additional student scholarships, to sponsor faculty and staff professional development workshops, and to support the athletic programs.


Bossier Parish Community College Bookstore is operated by Nebraska Book Company Book Company (NEEBO). NEEBO is a national brand designed to create one experience where students can get everything needed for college. The principle purpose of NEEBO is to provide any textbooks that may be required for all academic and non academic classes at BPCC. Textbooks are submitted each semester by the appropriate academic Dean and are then available to students in store as well as online.

Purchasing Books

Students may purchase their textbooks during regular and special business hours posted at the bookstore. Students may rent textbooks from the bookstore for the designated semester. Students may rent textbooks for a rental fee, if books are not returned by the return date as listed on the contract. Students are charged the remainder balance of the new book, including a processing fee. Students may also purchase their textbooks online at;Will open new browser window or tab Students must have a printed copy of the class schedule to purchase textbooks.

Book Refunds

Students will receive 100% refund on books if class is cancelled, or a college error is involved in scheduling. Students who resign or drop a class from the College during the dates scheduled for withdrawal may receive 100% refund provided textbooks are returned in the same condition as purchased. Students must have receipt to receive refund.

Book Buyback

Adopted textbooks for the coming semester (both used and new) shall be purchased up to 50% of the selling price as long as sufficient quantities for course requirements are needed.

Food Service

The Culinary Arts students prepare an evening buffet occasionally throughout the semester. Refer to the BPCC Events CalendarWill open new browser window or tabfor dates and times.

Health Services

Because Bossier Parish Community College is a commuter college, it does not have an official on-campus health clinic. In addition, due to the proximity to the Bossier City Fire Department, first aid services are not offered by the College.

Promotion of prevention practices is encouraged through health-related seminars for the faculty and the staff each semester. Also, weekly campus-wide safety inspections are conducted to identify potential threats.

Though first aid supplies might be provided by an individual, it is not an activity endorsed by or sponsored by Bossier Parish Community College. In case of an emergency, contact the nearest faculty or staff member and they will contact the Campus Security and the Bossier City Fire Department.

The administration of health educational services is the responsibility of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety.


Accident insurance coverage is mandatory for all students enrolled in science lab classes or clinicals.

Learning Resources

Building A

The Learning Center (TLC)

The Learning Center provides free personal tutoring and computer-assisted instruction to all BPCC students. Students receive assistance with the sciences, mathematics, writing, English, and other areas of study. Microscopes, graphing calculators, human anatomy models, and a CPR manikin are samples of student resources available for use. Services at the Learning Center are free of charge and appointments are not necessary.

The Learning Center uses its web site and Blackboard page to inform BPCC students about important announcements such as hours of operation, special programs, and new services. Students are encouraged to access The Learning Center homepage.

The Writing Support Services Learning Laboratory, located within The Learning Center, serves all students in every stage of the writing process, regardless of the subject. Writing Support Services' tutors help students focus on the process of writing and work to help students establish a foundation for success in writing. For online assistance, visit the Writing Support Services web page.

The Learning Center hours of operation for fall and spring semesters (which include when classes are in session and during final exams):

Monday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Hours for the summer semester are posted on the Learning Center’s website.


The BPCC Library is a vital part of the educational program, providing a comprehensive range of services to students, faculty, and staff. It contains over 40,000 cataloged items that provide both primary and secondary resource materials needed to support the purposes and programs of the College. An open-shelf arrangement of the main collection makes material easily accessible. The Library regularly receives 6 newspapers, 220 periodicals, and maintains a closed stack periodical area for unbound issues of magazines. The Library staff consists of professional librarians, an administrative assistant, a Library assistant, a TRC Manager, and library technician positions. Student assistants help in the mechanical and clerical processes of the Library.

The BPCC Library provides the following services:

  • Reference and research assistance
  • Interlibrary loans
  • Library instruction
  • Reserve materials
  • Audiovisual center of curriculum-related materials
  • Photocopiers
  • Laptop computers

See the Academic Division section for a complete description of the Library and its holdings.

Library hours: Spring and fall semesters (when classes are in session and during final exams)

Monday through Thursday: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Hours for the summer semester are posted by the Library door.

Technology Resource Center (TRC)

A Technology Resource Center, located on the Library's second floor, provides students access to the Internet and various classroom software. A member of LOUIS, the Louisiana Library Network, the BPCC Library is connected to the online catalogs of all Louisiana state-supported institutions of higher learning and many other state and private institutions. The system also allows BPCC students access to many full-text articles from periodicals to which the library does not subscribe.

TRC hours: Spring and fall semesters (when classes are in session and during final exams)

Monday through Thursday: 7:00 a.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Hours for the summer semester are posted by the Library door and on the TRC's web site.

Vanpooling Program

Since fall 1998, BPCC has offered a vanpooling service for its students and clients of the Business Affairs and Economic Development Division. The aim of the vanpooling program is to meet the daily transportation needs of currently enrolled BPCC students and workforce clients who lack personal transportation and are without readily available access to mass transit.

The BPCC vanpooling service currently operates seven air-conditioned 14-passenger vans on routes throughout Bossier, Caddo, and Webster parishes. One of our vans is equipped for handicapped students. The service is offered free of charge.

Joe St. Andre,
Director of Physical Plant
318-678-6116 or 318-678-6204