Classes are small with personal attention from full professors.
Students enjoy a student/faculty ratio of 16:1. You have a choice of 31 accredited degree programs from Students receive personalized attention in our small ESL classes which emphasize basic English language skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
BCC parallels the first two years of a four-year university. Students regularly transfer as juniors, or even sooner, to colleges and universities throughout the country.
Our location in the Berkshire hills of Massachusetts is known for its cultural richness, including Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Norman Rockwell Museum , Sterling Francis Clark Art Museum, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art , Hancock Shaker Village , Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, numerous famous Berkshire "cottages," and other sites too numerous to list.
At BCC you'll find a safe, secure, modern campus on 180 wooded acres
nestled in the hills just outside Pittsfield, Massachusetts. This Berkshire hills region of Massachusetts offers many recreational and sporting opportunities on its beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains. Skiing, sailing, and biking are popular seasonal activities.
We're within driving distance of Boston, New York City, Washington, DC, and Montreal and Toronto in Canada.
BCC tuition is very reasonable.
BCC takes pride in offering the most affordable education available to all. Admissions Counselors are always eager to direct you through the
Financial Aid process and to provide you with answers to your financing questions. Why not look for yourself at some of that information.
BCC is proud of its diverse student body
BCC is a college of over 2,400 students. In addition to North American
students, BCC is the choice of more than 50 students.
From over 20 countries representing Asia,
Africa, Europe, Central America and South America.