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BCC Email on Mobile - Outlook App

Having access to your BCC email in your pocket can be extremely handy! The following instructions are for both Apple and Android smartphones and tablets.

  1. Open either the Apple App Store or Google Play Store on your device.
    A screenshot of Apple App Store and Google Play Store icons
  2. In the app’s search box, typeOutlook” to locate the correct app. Make sure you are downloading the one made by Microsoft.

    Note: Once found the download screen should look similar to one of the samples below.

    A screenshot of Microsoft Outlook searched in Apple App StoreA screenshot of Microsoft Outlook searched in Google Play Store

    Tip: If you are viewing this page from your mobile device, click the icons below to go directly to the Microsoft Outlook app download page.
    Link to Outlook App on the Apple Store  Link to Outlook App on the Google Play Store

  3. Launch the Outlook App on your device to begin setting up BCC email
  4. When asked type in your complete BCC email address in the Account Name box and then click Next.

    Note: Students should use "s" + your Student ID number with the "@berkshirecc.edu" on the end. 

  5. When asked on the next screen, type in your BCC password to complete the setup.

Tip: For help determining your BCC email address or password, see our article on How to log into BCC Email

Contact Us & Online Help

Sometimes we all need a little assistance, especially with technology.

Online Learning Help Form

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 4 PM
Phone: 413-236-2165

Monday – Thursday: 4 PM – 7 PM
(when evening classes are in session)
Phone: 413-499-4660, ext. 6501

BCC Student Technology Support
Email: ctenczar@berkshirecc.edu
Phone: 413–236–2165

BCC IT Help Desk
Email: helpdesk@berkshirecc.edu
Phone: 413-236-3004, or ext. 3004 on campus
On-Campus Location: Field 105

Note: The Digital Commons and BCC IT Help Desk can only directly support college owned equipment and software. Limited support is provided to personally owned devices such as laptops, cell phones, and tablets.