Frequently Asked Questions

At Advising Day, you will speak with Blinn's academic advisors, Business, and Financial Aid offices and learn about the many resources and opportunities available to you at Blinn.

Advising and registration will be provided at Advising Day. There is no need to make a separate appointment. All new students are encouraged to be advised at Advising Day.

All new students should attend Advising Day. Our goal is to provide information and resources that allow students to make informed and appropriate academic plans and healthy social choices. During Advising Day, students will register for their classes and learn about the many organizations and resources Blinn offers.

Student must complete the following items before registering for Advising Day. Please allow 7-10 business days for admissions to process these items once they are sent.

  • Apply to Blinn through Apply Texas
  • Students must submit evidence of vaccination against bacterial meningitis
  • Verify test scores for placement purposes (TSIA or Exempting TAKS, SAT or ACT)
  • Submit your high school transcript (a final transcript can be submitted at a later date)
  • Submit your college transcript. All previous college credit, including dual credit, must be documented with a college transcript. High school transcripts will not be accepted.

Prior to attending Advising Day, students will also need to complete their designated pre-advising online modules found under the Personal Information section in myBLINN.

Registration is recommended to attend Advising Day. However, walk-ins are welcome. Advising Day registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Students can register for an available date once they have completed their admissions file with Blinn. Space is limited so if your preferred date is closed when you try to register, choose the next best date.

Registration is recommended to attend Advising Day. Students can register for an available date once they have completed their admissions file with Blinn.

There is no registration fee.

No, students who have been accepted to the Blinn TEAM or Texas A&M Engineering Academy at Blinn-Bryan will be advised and register for both their Texas A&M and Blinn classes at their scheduled Texas A&M New Student Conference.

If a student wishes to change their Advising Day session, there is no need to resubmit a new registration. To change or cancel an Advising Day session date for any reason, send an email to bryanNSO@blinn.edu at least 48 hours prior to the event. Please be aware that space is limited and attendance will be determined based on order of registration; therefore, we cannot guarantee availability for rescheduling of Advising Day dates.

Each student is allowed to bring up to two guests. Blinn believes in collaborating with the parent/guardian and family to ensure the student’s success. Family and guests are welcome and will enjoy a special reception.

See our Information Guide for parents and guests.

Yes. You need to have your online new student orientation completed prior to attending Advising Day and/or prior to being advised by an academic advisor.

To complete the online orientation, log in to your myBLINN account and click on Personal Information. You will be asked to re-enter your Blinn ID and password before entering the online system. Make sure you enter your entire Blinn ID number (ex. B00111112).