News and Events Archive

Civil Rights Movement - Then and Now

BCC is proud to be hosting "Civil Rights Movement - Then and Now" on Wednesday, April 24

BCC Associate degree in nursing program taking a one year hiatus

In order to ensure the health of the Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) program in the future, BCC has decided to voluntarily and temporarily suspend admission to the first year of our ADN program for fall 2019

Eleanore Velez Recognized as 2019 Latina Leader

BCC's Coordinator of the Multicultural Center, Eleanore Velez, has been recognized by Amplify Latinx as a 2019 Latina Leader.

BCC students honored at State House for academics

Alicia Starsja and Soncere "Starr" Williams - two officers of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, were honored on April 2 at the State House for academic achievements

MCLA and BCC Sign Community Health Option Agreement for Students

Articulation agreement will benefit students who earn an associate's degree in Health Sciences, Community Health option at BCC and wish to continue their studies at MCLA to earn a bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education

Public Notice of BCC Nursing Program Accreditation Review

All are invited to meet the ACEN site visit team and share their comments about the nursing program at a meeting on Wednesday, October 24, from 1:45-2:45 p.m. in the General Bartlett Room

BCC receives grant from Guardian for financial literacy

BCC received nearly $200,000 from Guardian Life Insurance Company of America in grant monies that will help students strengthen their financial literacy skills

BCC receives $5.5 million for One Stop Student Success Center

BCC has been awarded $5.5 million for the transformation of the first floor of Field into a One Stop Student Success Center.

BCC students named to All-Massachusetts Academic Team

BCC students, Iolani DeRis and Bridget Wnukowski, were recently named to the All-Massachusetts Academic Team. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and community college presidents co-sponsor All-State Academic Team recognition programs in 38 states each year.

Sixteen STEM students receive $49,000 combined in scholarship

16 STEM majors have just been awarded a 2017-2018 Massachusetts High Demand Scholarship totaling $49,000