Overview

Birmingham-Southern seeks students who desire to lead lives of significance. Our students expect to be challenged and changed by what they’re studying; to have a living educational experience.  This service-learning college believes that your degree is not just a piece of paper to stick on you wall, but an understanding of the world and how you can work within it. BSC believes that’s what living a life of significance means—the ability to better yourself and your community.

A WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT

At BSC, students enjoy small, discussion-based classes and an exploratory learning philosophy that aligns well with most homeschool experiences. This makes for an easy transition from high school to college. A student to faculty ratio of 13-1, instruction from full time faculty (You’ll never have a teaching assistant as an instructor at BSC), and hands on learning experiences where we can guarantee internships and research projects for every student round out the rich academic environment.

BSC’s small student body will provide you with plenty of opportunities to get to know your classmates and professors while building your transcript. The college’s location, just two miles outside of the city of Birmingham, is the perfect place to build your resume—in a city of 1.14 million people you’re sure to be connected to awesome internships, setting you up for ultimate post-graduate success!

COME JOIN US!

The close relationships students build with one another and their professors ensures that the BSC experience cultivates valuable connections for internships and jobs. So, why not come find your place at Birmingham-Southern College? Associate Director of Admission Jordan Crenshaw is a very proud homeschool graduate and now works with all homeschool families throughout the application process. So, fill out an application, submit a resume of your various homeschool experiences to be matched with scholarship opportunities, and find your new home at BSC!

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