Campus Locations


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Academic Advising Center

The Academic Advising Center assists students with course selection, academic problems, and answers questions about student services.

Location: Room F117 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: 413-499-4660

Admissions Office

In addition to other services, the Admissions office provides information about BCC to prospective students and helps students throughout the admissions process.

Location: Room F114 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: 413-499-4660

Adult Learning Program

The Adult Learning Program provides high school equivalency preparation classes, as well as three levels of conversational and career English classes for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Personal and career advising is also provided.

Location: South County - 343 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA
Contact: Ana Suffish, Academic Coordinator, at 413-236-5260

Assessment and Testing Center

The Assessment and Testing Center is located on the lower level of the Jonathan Edwards Library in Room E11. The Center provides Accuplacer testing and accommodated testing services and serves as a Berkshire County test administration site for HiSet, CLEP, GED and DANTES testing programs. Proctoring for other BCC exams is also offered.

Location: Room E11
Contact: Testing Center Clerk: 413-236-1655, or Learning Services Coordinator: 413-236-1656


Berkshire Honors Scholar Center

The Berkshire Honors Scholar Center provides a quiet place for students in BCC's Honors Program to relax and study.

Location: Room M407 - Melville Hall - 4th floor
Contact: 413-236-4584



The BCC Cafeteria provides nutritionally balanced meals with a varied menu.

Location: Susan B. Anthony Student Center - lower level
Contact: 413-236-3046

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides faculty and staff professional development programs on pedagogy, technology, and other higher education topics. CTL activities include in-service workshops, professional development days, new faculty orientation, summer institutes, travel grants, special projects and guest speakers. The Center provides advanced workstations and technical training facilities to the BCC community to support the use of new teaching tools.

Location: Room H431-A - Hawthorne Hall - 4th floor
Contact: 413-236-2161
Director's office: Room F206

College Store

The College Store offer a number of services to students, faculty and staff. In addition to required textbooks, the store sells a wide variety student supplies, college apparel, reference books, health products, postage stamps and more. The college store primarily serves as an outlet for textbooks and materials needed for BCC day and evening classes, as well as for extension courses offered by other area colleges.

Location: Room A102 - Susan B. Anthony Student Center
Contact: 413-236-3065

Computer Laboratories

Several computer laboratories are available to students in computer courses or courses requiring the use of computers. Lab assistants are available to help students. There is no fee for this service.

Location: Johnathon Edward Library, 1st Floor, Main Campus
Contact: 413-236-6501

Please note that all labs are closed on holidays and when College is closed for any other reason.


Development Office

The office of Development administers fundraising activities, such as an annual campaign, in support of the College's mission. The office also directs the publication of the BCC News, a periodic alumni newsletter.

Location: Room F228 - Field Administration Center - 2nd floor
Contact: 413-236-3070


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Field Administration Center

In addition to most of the College's executive and other administrative offices, the Field Administration Center houses the Academic Advising Center, Admissions Office, Financial Aid Office, IT Help Desk, Registrar's Office, Student Accounts Office, Career Center, Transfer Center, and the TRiO Office and Learning Center.

Location: Main Campus

Financial Aid Office

The Financial Aid Office provides counseling services regarding educational expenses and assistance in obtaining aid from various funding sources.

Location: Room F122 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact 413-499-4660

Fitness Center

The Paterson Fitness Center is a fully-equipped exercise and strength training facility. The center is open to BCC students, faculty and staff at no cost. The general public is charged a minimal fee. Paid exercise prescription programs are held several times a year.

Location: Paterson Field House
Contact: 413-236-1670

Food Services

The BCC Cafeteria provides nutritionally balanced meals with a varied menu.

Location: Susan B. Anthony Student Center - lower level
Contact: 413-236-3046


BCC Downtown Pittsfield Location. Our presence at Framework will enhance our ability to engage with prospective students as well as local and regional businesses. Representatives from the Offices of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management will offer selected services and opportunities for community engagement at this location.

Location: 437 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201
Contact: 413-236-1631


The BCC Foundation is a non-profit corporation established to encourage and receive gifts in support of the mission of the College. The Foundation provides scholarships, grants and awards to deserving students; supports "value-added" activities such as conferences and hands-on experiences; and supports emerging technologies and campus restoration.

Location: Room F228 - Field Administration Center - 2nd floor
Contact: 413-236-2185


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Hawthorne Hall

Hawthorne Hall houses classrooms, laboratories and faculty offices.

Location: Main Campus


Immunization and Allied Health Medical Records

This office maintains the official BCC Immunization Requirement Form that students must complete and turn in before the first day of classes. Students may drop off medical records, authorize sending records to another location, or obtain a copy for their own use.

Location: A114 - Susan B. Anthony Student Center - upper level
Contact: 413-236-1601 (Fax: 413-499-3098)

IT Help Desk

The IT Help Desk provides first-level technical support to all faculty, staff and students of BCC. We are committed to assisting the computer and telecommunication needs of all employees and students by providing detailed resolutions and general system information for common problems.

Location: Room F105 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: 413-236-3004


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BCC's Koussevitzky Arts Center, which is open to the public, offers exhibits by professional artists from the United States and abroad. Several shows are mounted each semester. In addition, student art work is exhibited in the Koussevitzky lobby throughout the year.

Location: Koussevitzky Arts Center - Theatre Lobby


Language Laboratory

The Language Laboratory is an important resource for the BCC community. You can access the Internet, take advantage of computer assisted instruction, watch videos, films, and television, read magazines and books, sharpen listening and speaking skills, and consult with instructors and peers in your language(s) of choice. The Language Lab is also a study lounge. You don't have to be a language student to take advantage of this quiet, comfortable, welcoming space.

Location: Room M209 - Melville Hall - 2nd floor


Visit the BCC Library.

Location: Main Campus
Contact: 413-236-2150

Lost and Found

Lost and found items should be turned in, or reported to Safety and Security (A123) in the Susan B. Anthony Center.


Math Laboratory

The Math Laboratory offers self-paced, individualized, math modules.

Location: Room M302 - Melville Hall - 3rd floor

McCann (North County classes)

To better serve students who live or work in northern Berkshire County or southern Vermont, BCC offers classes during the spring and fall semesters at the Charles H. McCann Vocational Technical High School in North Adams. Accuplacer assessment and registration for North County classes may be completed on BCC's Main Campus or during specially scheduled sessions in North County.

Location: 70 Hodges Cross Road, North Adams MA
Contact: 413-236-5201

Media Center

The Media Center, located off the small lobby that connects to Field Administration Center to the Koussevitzky Arts Center - 2nd floor, provides audiovisual and other services for the College.

Location: Room K210-D - Koussevitzky Arts Center - 2nd floor
Contact: 413-236-2162

Melville Hall

Melville Hall, one of BCC's two main academic buildings, has been newly renovated as part of a a $32 million upgrade to the Main Campus.


Nature Trail

The John Lambert Nature Trail, located behind the Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center, the nature trail wanders through open fields and woodlands. Numbered posts along the way indicate points of natural significance.

Location: Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center


One Stop Enrollment Center

The One Stop Enrollment Center aims to streamline BCC's admissions and enrollment process. One of the most important parts of the One Stop project is the Welcome Center, the gateway into newly consolidated offices of admissions, advising, new student registration, financial services and student records.

Location: Field Administration Building
Contact: 413-499-4660,


Paterson Field House

The Paterson Field House maintains a basketball court for indoor activities, as well as several soccer fields, 5K cross-country course, a fitness center, summer pool and tennis courts. Lockers are available but student must provide their own locks. All facilities are open to the public when their use does not interfere with College activities.

Location: Main Campus (south)
Contact: 413-236-1670


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Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center

The Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center is the focal point for environmental programs and activities. Built in 1976 and renovated in 2012, the Center houses a lecture room, laboratories, seminar areas, student lounge, and several work areas.

Location: Main Campus

Recording Studio

Learn about BCC's recording studio, an academic space for rehearsing and recording audio.

Renewable Energy Training Center

Ralph Hoffman Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Ctr.
Constructed as part of Center renovations in 2012, the Renewable Energy Training Center is a classroom and laboratory space designed specifically for credit and non-credit classes and workshops on renewable energies such as solar, wind and geothermal.

Location: Main Campus
Contact: 413-236-4503

Registrar's Office

The primary responsibility of the Registrar's Office is to maintain official academic records for each past and present BCC student, transcript requests, registration, drop/add courses and graduation applications. Information about FORUM and Core Competencies Portfolio is also available.

Location: Room F111 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: 413-499-4660

Robert M. Boland Theatre

The Robert Boland Theatre is one of the largest stage houses in western Massachusetts. This comfortable house, with a seating capacity of 503, boasts outstanding acoustics and perfect viewing from every seat. The playing area is adaptable for proscenium, thrust or arena staging, and the stage is fully rigged with a 64-foot grid, a 39-line counterweight system, and a computer light board.

The Theatre Arts concentration of BCC's Fine and Performing Arts program produces three main-stage productions each year; theatre majors and other students participate. In addition to BCC and community theatre productions, the facility hosts numerous concerts, dance performances, and other special events each year.

Location: Room K110 - Koussevitzky Arts Center - 1st floor


Student Accounts Office

The Student Accounts Office prepares and processes student tuition, installment, refund, transcript and parking bills and collects payments.

Location: Room F108 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: 413-236-3042

Student Engagement Office

The office of Student Life is the center of student activity at BCC. The office helps to plan and administer a wealth of opportunities for social, cultural, recreational, as well as personal enjoyment and enrichment. Students are invited to bring ideas for new programs and activities to Student Life staff.

Location: Room A118 - Susan B. Anthony Student Center - 1st floor

Student Lounge

The Student Lounge provides an atmosphere that encourages full enjoyment of the social aspects of college life, and is the central meeting place for students and their friends. Activities range from movies to lectures to live entertainment. Students also use the lounge to study and relax.

Location: Susan B. Anthony Student Center - upper level

Susan B. Anthony Center and Annex

The Susan B. Anthony Center houses the following offices and services: College Store, Cafeteria/Food Services, Immunization Records and Allied Health Medical Records Office, Student Engagement Office, Student Support, Student Lounge, and the Food Pantry.

Location: Main Campus

Swimming Pool

Certified lifeguard always on duty. The pool depth goes from 3.5 to 8 feet deep and is roughly 70 feet long. The facility is handicapped accessible and lifeguards are on duty at all times. Male and female locker rooms, equipped with showers.

Location: Main Campus, Paterson Field House (east)
Contact: 413-236-1670


Tennis Courts

The Paul E. Raverta Tennis Complex consists of three standard adult courts and two, "10 and under" tennis courts. The newly constructed courts are open to students, staff and the general public.

Location: Main Campus, Paterson Field House (west)

Testing Center

Visit BCC's Assessment and Testing Center

Visit BCC Transfer Services

The Transfer Office provides information and assistance for students planning to transfer to another college or university. The office also maintains specific transfer arrangements through the Massachusetts Transfer Compact and through articulation agreements with numerous colleges and universities.

Location: Room F113 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor
Contact: Geoff Tabor

TRIO Office and Learning Center

The TRIO Office provides "one-on-one" support services to help eligible students develop an educational plan. Students who are accepted into the program work with the TRiO counselors and advisors to facilitate their graduation from BCC.

Location: Room F237 - Field Administration Center - 2nd floor
Contact: 413-236-1680

Tutorial Center

Tutorial Services provides free tutoring for currently enrolled students for most BCC credit classes. Tutors meet with students one-to-one, in small groups, and in drop-in help sessions. Most Tutors are BCC students, or Peer Tutors, who are recommended by faculty of an individual course or field of study. Many are also Community Tutors with expertise in a variety of areas. Students may request a tutor at the Tutorial Center on the BCC Main Campus. Drop-in Help Centers are also available for Math. Drop-in schedules are found in the Center.

Location: Jonathan Edwards Library - 1st floor
Contact: 413-236-1650


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Veterans' Center

BCC is committed to assisting our military families. The BCC Veteran's Center assists veterans with accessing their educational benefits, apply to BCC, explore eligibility for tuition waivers and reimburse and scholarships as well as transfer credit for military experience and learning out our BCC Student Veteran Alliance Club whose primary goal is to generate a campus-wide culture that embraces the leadership, discipline, and high standards veterans bring to our campus. Also, to further educate faculty and staff about the issues that veterans deal with coming to school.

Location: Room F111 - Field Administration Center - 1st floor


Writing Center

The Writing Center is free to all BCC students, and is staffed by peer and community tutors ready to help you with papers and any other writing. The Writing Center offers appointments and drop-in hours.

Location: M401 - Melville Hall - 4th floor


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