Butte College Certification: Upon successful completion of all components of BIT 1A and BIT 1B (and a minimum 2.0 grade point average), the participant will receive a Certificate of Achievement in Building Inspection Technology from Butte College. An Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in Building Inspection Technology is available for those individuals who have completed the appropriate general education courses and Butte College’s degree requirements. Students wishing to pursue an A.S. degree should speak to a Butte College counselor.
Out-of-State Residents: Students who are out-of-state residents (non-residents) will be charged an additional $185.00 per unit (subject to change). To be considered a California resident, a student must have been a legal resident of the State of California for at least one year immediately proceeding the first day of the academic term. If there is any question about whether you are considered a non-resident, contact the Admissions and Records Office.
Fees are due by Friday, September 5. This is also the deadline to drop and receive a refund. Ways to pay:
Visa or Master Card through WebAdvisor (www.butte.edu) or by calling TeleReg. Hours for TeleReg are Monday through Thursday, 11:00 am -1:00 pm.
Mail a check to Payment Center, Butte College, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville CA 95965. Put your ID number on your check.
Admissions and Records Office (check, cash, or credit card), Monday through Thursday (7:30 am
Chico Center - Call 895-1352 for Admissions Office Hours. Letter of Authorization from your agency for payment– Must be on file in the Business Office.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL COSTS, COURSES, BOOKS, SUPPLIES, ETC. REQUIRED BY THE PROGRAM ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME.
BOGG Waiver: If a student is approved for the Board of Governors Fee Waiver, unit fees are not charged. Contact the Butte College Financial Aid Office for more information
Excess Units: B.I.T. students are allowed to take BIT classes plus 1 unit of Physical Education. The Academic Council must approve additional classes. See a counselor for the petition.
Financial Assistance: Students needing information regarding financial assistance should call the Financial Aid Office at (530) 895-2311. Financial Aid is time consuming. Plan ahead and get your applications submitted ASAP.
Vocational Rehabilitation or Job Training Program: If you are in one of these programs, inform your counselor or caseworker immediately of your desire to participate in the program, so that he/she may begin the process to get your plan approved.