Don't let COVID-19 deter you
Higher education in 2020 will be like no other year before. Uncertainty is everywhere this summer; questions about who will be on campus, what the educational experience will be like, the costs, and the risks all remain unanswered
What if you could answer some of those questions right now?
At BCC, you can earn the same credits that you would earn at a residential school - at a substantial discount, of course - without having to deal with the uncertainty and expense of remote instruction on an isolated campus.
Just like every other school, this fall BCC offers an extended slate of online and hybrid courses. The credits you earn here will still be valid in a semester or a year, and the MassTransfer program ensures that they'll transfer directly to many traditional four-year programs. (And if you think you might be interested in MCLA, UMass, or another public college, check out the Commonwealth Committment program to learn about where you can go from BCC.)
BCC can help you meet your goals
BCC offers a debt-free future for its students, and the same high quality education as other colleges, right here in your own backyard.
Classes at BCC are taught by accomplished, credentialed professors who are committed to the success of students in the Berkshires.
Why pay more for the same credits?
BCC’s reasonable costs and outstanding faculty and programs make it a great value in higher education.
Estimated Student Bill
|Books & Supplies||$1,200|
*Estimation based on a full-time 12 credit-per-term Massachusetts resident schedule. Book and supply costs vary by program.
Understanding Tuition Costs
The cost-per-credit depends on several factors. To make it easier, we've broken down the various costs that make up your tuition.
A More Accurate Estimate
Answering a few simple questions will get you an estimated breakdown of your annual fees.
Below are some of the most popular schools BCC students transfer to after receiving their associate's degree. Here is what you can save - on tuition and fees alone, leaving aside room & board - if you attend BCC for your first two years.
The cost of tuition and fees at BCC for a full-time, in-state student is $6,692 per year.
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||$55,378||$6,692||$48,686|
|Mount Holyoke College||$52,258||$6,692||$45,566|
|Western New England University||$37,992||$6,692||$31,300|
|Johnson & Wales University — Providence||$33,404||$6,692||$26,712|
|Salem State University||$11,284||$6,692||$4,592|
|Westfield State University||$10,429||$6,692||$3,737|
|Fitchburg State University||$10,355||$6,692||$3,663|
|Framingham State University||$10,335||$6,692||$3,643|
|Worcester State University||$10,161||$6,692||$3,469|
Source: CollegeBoard.com tuition & fees for the 2019-2020 academic year. These costs are for tuition and fees only. They do not include the cost of books, educational supplies or room and board.
See exactly what we're offering for the Summer, or apply your own set of rules to find exactly what's most important to you!
Check out BCC's 2020-2021 College Catalog to learn about the wide array of associate degrees and certificates available to you.
Sometimes it's nice to just see it in black and white. View a PDF of the Fall 2020 Credit Course Listing.