Thanks for choosing Berkshire Community College —
it is an honor to have you here!
Want to make the most of your college education? Get involved! Research shows that students who are involved with their college and its activities get better grades and stay in school!
— Beth Wallace, Interim Dean of Students
You will care more about all aspects of your education when you invest yourself in your school — when things matter to you. Your time in the classroom is a big part to your college education, but involved in co-curricular activities greatly enhance your college experience.
Located in the Susan B. Anthony College Center directly across from the college bookstore, the Office of Student Life provides an important link to the classroom experience. Our Orientation Program acquaints students with the college campus, its services and resources. In addition, students have the opportunity to have their ID cards taken, register to vote, pick up a student handbook, and make vital connections with other students, faculty, and staff.
Each semester, the calendar of events flyer highlights exciting programming that is offered on and off campus. A full service recreational and athletic facility is available at Paterson Field House. The Student Government Ambassadors are just one of the many clubs and organizations where students can become involved and develop leadership and interpersonal communication skills along the way. Stop by or call Interim Director Eleanore Velez (ext. 1662) or Administrative Secretary Mary Zanconato (ext. 1660) with any questions you may have.