Bossier Parish Community College continues to monitor news and updates of COVID-19. We are in close contact with local, state, and federal health and government agencies and continue to adhere to their guidance. The college’s highest priority remains the health, well-being, and safety of BPCC students, faculty, and staff and future decisions will continue to be made with this in mind.
BPCC is a leader in nursing, allied health, and first-responder education in our region; our graduates and our faculty are deeply engaged in every hospital and every community in Northwest Louisiana fighting this virus, tending to our families and friends who have been stricken and keeping our communities safe. To continue doing what we can, we have gathered and donated PPE and we are printing 3D parts for face shields. We are also working hard to accelerate the completion of students in nursing using simulated clinical experiences. Please keep these heroes wearing scrubs in your thoughts and in your prayers… but especially in your commitment to stay home.
BPCC is open and online; our campus remains closed to students and the public in compliance with the Governor’s Stay-at-Home order which was extended, this week, through the end of April. Our students will continue with online instruction and all student support services and business functions will continue to operate remotely.
If you are a student with a question, please click on this helpful interactive resource with contact information to caring individuals who are ready to assist you.
During this time:
- The campus will only be open to essential personnel.
- Continue to browse the College’s Website regularly; it continues to be the best single source for all BPCC-related COVID-19 updates.
Call 318-678-6000 to be directed to various offices and services that are available and ready to assist you; or email firstname.lastname@example.org and submit a question that will be routed to the appropriate individual.