Online Dual-Enrolled Orientation



1) Online Dual-Enrolled Orientation (this webpage; please read thoroughly)
2) Dual-Enrolled Orientation PDF
3) The Catalog is the contract between you as a student and BCF. 你将负责目录的要求. 请特别注意14-45页、48-71页和76-79页.
4) Student Handbook
5) Information Form  and New Student Orientation Form - Email your forms to Mrs. Stephanie Orr at sworr@baptistcollege.不迟于学期第一周结束. (or use postal mail to Mrs. Stephanie Orr, BCF, 5400 College Drive, Graceville, FL 32440)

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The information below will help you learn more about BCF and have an amazing start to your BCF career!

Please note: All maroon texts are "Links,必须点击才能访问所需信息.


您可以在我们的网站上找到宝贵的信息。, such as:


You receive your student Username, Password, and IDnumber from I.T. once you are admitted to the College. 这些将通过电子邮件发送到您提供给BCF的个人电子邮件帐户. Do not share your password with anyone. Your ID number is a unique 6-digit number and will be used at times when verifying your identity. 将您的登录信息和身份证号保存在安全的地方,以备将来参考. 如果您有任何疑问,请联系招生办800-328-2660, ext. 460, or  admissions@pretty13.com如果你刚刚被录取,你的学生邮箱和密码将很快到达.

我们的学习管理系统叫做MyBCF (Jenzabar的电子学习). You will access MyBCF in two ways:

You must use your Baptist College of Florida student username and password to log-in to MyBCF and gain access to your personal data. Enter your assigned username in the “User Name" box and your assigned password in the “Password" box and click “Login" or press [enter] on your keyboard.



  • Once you log-in to MyBCF,看看左侧栏题为“入门”和“学生导航”的页面.” These will help you navigate around MyBCF.
  • 浏览MyBCF的教程可在“入门”中找到.”
  • IT 110 N将提供关于如何使用MyBCF的更具体的培训. 您将在BCF的第一个学期学习IT 110 N.


  • You will receive a BCF email account. 所有与学院的通信都将通过您的BCF帐户进行. You are responsible to check it regularly. 在BCF网站顶部找到电子邮件链接. You will use your assigned BCF email address as your username and your assigned password as the password.
  • After setting up your email, You may be required to set up or complete 2-factor verification (a text message with a 6-digit code or a phone call in which you press # ).
  • 有关设置BCF电子邮件的更多信息,请访问 here.


  • 双录取学生不获得经济援助.
  • 学生必须在每学期开始上课前支付75%的费用. 其余25%的余额将在45个日历日后到期.
  • Students that fail to make the required initial payments will be dropped from classes at the end of the Drop/Add period.
  • You may pay:
    • Online
    • Check
    • Credit card - call BCF (800-328-2660)
      • 按“0”找学院总机,找营业处


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  • 图书可以通过BCF的网上书店购买: LOGOS Digital Books. Students can also purchase from other retailers.
  • You can also view your textbooks on the registration module after completing a search for classes and on your student schedule after registering. Click the + sign.
  • 注册后尽快订购图书,以确保您及时获得图书. Please remember to allow time for shipping.
  • If you need help ordering textbooks please contact 贝丝·安德鲁斯b|教务长行政助理 or 800-328-2660 ext. 414.


  • The BCF Library should be your first choice for all of your academic research needs and is fully available to online students.
  • 所有BCF学生都可以获得广泛的资源. These resources include:
    • 打印和电子材料准备结帐
      • Music scores, Subject - Encyclopedias & 字典,有趣的小说,dvd,文学评论,评论, & Teacher Education books
    • 24/7按需数据库,提供学术研究资料
    • WorldCat 24/7查看全球可用资源
      • 文章和书籍的馆际互借服务
  • For more information, please visit the Library tab on your myBCF portal or email the Librarian at or call 850-263-3261 ext 449.
  • 请注意:资料邮寄费用由图书馆承担. 返回邮资是学生的责任.


You should have received an email from our IT department with your student username and password and a computer usage policy. Make sure you sign this policy and return it to:

The Baptist College of Florida
IT Department
5400 College Drive
Graceville, FL 32440

The policy can be found here.


  • Great news! 作为BCF的一名学生,您现在拥有一个Microsoft Office 365教育账户. On MyBCF,在页面左侧的快速链接下方寻找“BCF Office 365”链接. 使用您的BCF电子邮件和密码登录并查看.
  • Your account provides you with unlimited cloud storage and the Microsoft Office Suite web version as well as the full version of the programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, etc.),最多可在5部个人电脑及10部智能手机上免费下载, ipad和/或平板电脑,只要你有一个活跃的BCF电子邮件地址.
  • 如果您没有最新版本的Microsoft Office, it is highly recommended you download and install the *free* Office suite using your account, 以避免学生在使用旧版本的微软Office时遇到的问题.
  • An Office 365 account linked to your BCF email address will be necessary for viewing lectures and some other materials. If you receive a message saying you do not have access to a lecture or other material in a course, make sure that the Office 365 account tied to your BCF email address is the active account. Contact LMS Faculty Assistants for help.


  • BCF的课堂和在线课程都需要使用电脑.
  • 为了取得学术上的成功,学生至少必须精通以下领域:
    • Document processing: creating, editing, formatting, saving, 用微软Word(或类似的文字处理软件)打印文档.
    • Internet: accessing the internet, using a search engine, navigating within a website, writing and sending email correspondence.
  • Students who do not meet these computer proficiency requirements for college courses should take IT 101. 第一学期的计算机入门课程.
  • Students who have concerns about meeting the proficiency requirements or need to improve their computer skills should enroll in IT 202. 信息技术应用课程.
    • If necessary, the professor of IT 202 will direct students to IT 101 N during the drop/add period.
  • Students taking their first BCF online course are required to take IT 110 N (Orientation to Online Learning) to prepare students for navigating the Learning Management System and for successful online learning practices.
  • Additional computer skills will be required for some courses that are online or have online components.
    • These courses include, but are not limited to, 与演讲或音乐相关的在线课程.


  • For successful work, The Baptist College of Florida student must have up-to-date computer hardware and software.
  • All courses, both online and classroom, contain some online components using eLearning, Jenzabar’s LMS (Learning Management System).
  • Students are expected to:
    • Receive email messages
    • Find information
    • Complete and submit assignments
  • Having the needed computer hardware and software, or access to it, is the student’s responsibility.
    • Needed items are described in the catalog.
    • Instruments such as phones, tablets, 而chromebook并不足以完成所有的工作.

Absences and Participation

  • 在线课程的参与会被跟踪,这对你作为一名学生的成功至关重要. 你必须每周参加,并在课程中保持活跃.
  • Participation is measured by:
    • Submission of a forum post or reply
    • Submission of a quiz or test
    • Submission of any gradeable assignment
    • 就具体课程与教授进行个人、电话或电子邮件联系.
  • 如果您变得不活跃,您将通过电子邮件和电话收到通知.
  • 不运动可能导致课程失败.

Academic Integrity

  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
  • According to The College Writer: A Guide to Thinking, Writing, and Researching (Van Rys, 2018, p. 434), plagiarism is defined as, “using someone else’s words, ideas, 或者图片(所谓的知识产权),这样它们看起来是你自己的. When you plagiarize, you use source material – whether published in print or online – without acknowledging the source.”
  • In essence, plagiarism is using any type of intellectual work—intentionally or unintentionally—as one’s own creative thought or work.
  • The most common form of plagiarism is when a student reproduces or submits another person’s words or sentences as his or her own without citing the original author.
  • 即使歌词被改了,不是一字不差, 如果上下文和单词结构的思想保持不变, it still constitutes plagiarism.
  • 所有的研究——无论是引用还是释义——都必须被引用(脚注和参考书目)。.
  • 抄袭也可能包括自我抄袭:也就是说, when a student submits for course credit a version of his or her work that has been submitted for a previous class or assignment without explicit permission from the course professor.

Plagiarism Statement

  • College policy includes three steps or levels of discipline for plagiarism during a student’s academic career. First offense: reduction of the student’s grade on the assignment by a justifiable amount based on the offense and the student’s intent; second offense: failure of the student for the course; third offense: failure for the course and referral to the Academic Dean for disciplinary action.

Disability/Accomodations Statement

The Baptist College of Florida is required to provide reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities who have submitted appropriate documentation of the disability to the Academic Dean. Students who need special accommodations should contact the Academic Dean’s office prior to or at the beginning of the semester. The Academic Dean will then inform the professor of each of the student’s courses of the needed accommodations. Then, the student should contact each professor to discuss the implementation of the accommodations. See the current Student Handbook, Students with Disabilities.


Dr. Robin Jumper | Academic Dean
800-328-2660 Ext. 425


800-328-2660 ext. 414

  Maegan Erp | LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact or 
  800-328-2660 Ext. 429






Jamie Hamilton | LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact or  
800-328-2660 Ext. 540  


Hugo Garcia |  LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact; Attendance Clerk or
800-328-2660 Ext. 523



Stephanie Orr | Registrar
800.328.2660 ext. 454

  Michelle Burrell | Human Resources Director; Accounts Payable   
  800.328.2660 ext. 421   

Stephanie Powell | Comptroller; Financial Aid Director
800.328.2660 ext. 461