Gladys Garcia-Rijos and Tyrone Keels were among a small group of scholars honored as the highest academic achievers of the community colleges system.
A beloved member of the BCC community and arts and theatre groups in the Berkshires and beyond, Boland's passing has generated an outpouring of memories, tributes and thanks.
BCC recently held an induction ceremony for students joining the Xi Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa.
Presented by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, “29 Who Shine” recognizes outstanding students representing each of the 29 public campuses.
Student works to be featured in BCC's Koussevitzky Arts Center the evening of May 11.
A poetry reading and discussion - Becoming an American: An Inaugural Poet's Journey.
BCC students are invited to a Fresh Check Day in conjunction with the annual End of the Year BBQ on Tues., May 3.
The Commonwealth Commitment was designed to decrease the cost of a college degree and accelerate on-time completion for students across Massachusetts.
In an effort to prepare workers for customer facing jobs and careers in both hotels and restaurants, BCC is offering a new noncredit hospitality program.
The Wrestling Club, the newest addition to BCC's Club Sports program, is off to a strong start.