News & 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.
Understanding and Engaging Under Resourced College Students
BCC will be hosting a Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop on Wednesday, May 22nd Register will be from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM in the cafeteria.
"Still a Student" Art Exhibit
"Still a Student" is an exhibit that will be up in the Koussevitzky Art Gallery for the month of April, 2019 - everyone is invited to stop in to see artist Brian DiNicola's traditional work
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
BCC hires new HR Director
BCC has hired a new Director of Human Resources, Melissa Loiodice.
Spring 2019 International Dinner Series
The BCC Culinary programs students are excited to host the Spring 2019 International Culinary Dinner Series between March 13 and May 8 - reserve your seats today!
Charles Kaminski Memorial Service
A memorial service for Charles Kaminski, the Dean of Business, Science, Mathematics and Technology on March 15 in the Connector at BCC
Experience BCC
Join us for this "Instant Admission" event where you'll experience BCC first hand, meet faculty and take tours of the newly reimagined BCC