Why Enroll at Butler?

It’s pretty simple. At Butler, power comes from our people. And we want you to be the personality behind the power. 

With enrollment for Summer and Fall 2012 now open, it’s your chance to plan for an education you just won’t find anywhere else. And at half the cost of four-year universities, you won’t need a billion-dollar bailout plan for this education.

So get started today!

Get Summer-ized

You don’t want to be in college for seven years, so you’ve decided to take summer classes at Butler. With classes guaranteed to transfer at half the cost, it seems like you’ve got this power thing figured out.

So, here’s the info you need to BUTLER-IZE your summer:

To get ready to enroll, check out our Enrollment Checklist to make sure you’ve got everything you need. You can start searching for the classes you want right here.

For more information, call 218-6259 or 733-6400.  

Fall in love with Power

It’s time to take your future for an inspiring ride. Whether you are a current student or looking to apply to Butler for the first time, enrollment is now open for Fall classes.

And it’s never been more important to enroll early. 

Starting in Fall 2012, Butler Community College students must be enrolled in class before it has met.

In the past, students could enroll after the first day of class. However, starting with the Fall 2012 semester, that is no longer the case.

Why this change? Every day counts! Students are more successful when they attend the first class meeting and maintain their attendance throughout the semester. That’s because the first day of class is one of the most important days. If you miss it, you will have a difficult time trying to catch up.

You can do anything!


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