Skip to Content

Parents, Guardians & Family Members

You can help your Charger succeed. Encourage your student to ask for help, try exciting adventures, develop new skills and make good choices spiritually, physically, academically and socially! Here are some ways you can get involved in your Charger's college experience:

Stay connected.

Join our parent and guardian mailing list to receive notifications and publications like the parent newsletter, geared specifically toward guardians of BCU students.

Show you care.

Order a care packages — including gift baskets, birthday presents, pizza and more — and have it delivered straight from you to your student's dorm-room door! 

Make a payment.

When it comes to making payments or keeping track of your student's account, our business office is here to help.

Questions? Concerns?

If you have any questions or concerns about your Charger's BCU experience, don't hesitate to contact the office of student development and let us know.


Six ways to stay close to your long-distance college student

Oct 7, 2015

Sending your student off to college is a major life change for any family, but it can be an especially difficult transition if yours is a "distance student" who's more than a few hours away from home.

Read Full Article

Sep 24, 2015

Homecoming royalty crowned at The Cliff

Sep 3, 2015

President Wharton announces retirement plans after 2015-16 academic year

Aug 17, 2015

Five cures for your college student's homesickness

Jul 12, 2015

Summer of swashbuckling: Book club tackles Monte Cristo, other classics

More news

Parent Newsletter

Subscribe →

Follow BCU on Twitter