News & Events Archive

LPN to ADN Bridge Program

Are you an LPN? Did you know you could become an RN in less than a year? BCC's LPN to Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) Bridge prepares students to become Registered Nurses (RN). As an LPN, you can start that process this fall at BCC by taking the prerequisite courses to meet the ADN program requirements to enter the BRIDGE class of Fall 2020.

BCC Offering new Elementary Ed. Courses

BCC is offering three new courses in the field of Elementary Education meant to put students on the path to become a licensed classroom teacher.

Spring 2019 Dean's List

Berkshire Community College (BCC) is pleased to announce its spring 2019 Dean's List. 137 students made High Honors and 169 students made Honors.

New Cohort Programs at South County Center

BCC is offering two new cohort type programs at its South County Center (SCC) in Great Barrington, the Kick Start and the Business Careers cohorts, beginning this fall.

WNEU signs health sciences transfer agreement with BCC

Western New England University (WNEU) signed an articulation agreement with Berkshire Community College (BCC) to benefit students who earn an associate's degree in Health Sciences, Pre-Professional Transfer Option at BCC and wish to continue their studies at WNEU's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Invitation for Public Comments for Accreditation Visit

BCC will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit between October 20 - 23, 2019, by a team representing the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges

BCC to host ADN Pinning Ceremony

The 50th pinning ceremony of Berkshire Community College's Associate degree in nursing (ADN) program will be celebrated Tuesday evening, May 28, in the College's Robert Boland Theatre in the Koussevitzky Arts Center.

50th Anniversary of Nursing Education Events

BCC is excited to celebrate 50 years of nursing education with a two-day event on campus starting on June 27.

BCC hires new TRiO Academic Counselor

Michael Obasohan has been hired as the new Academic Counselor for the College's TRiO program, which helps support students from first-generation, low-income backgrounds, and students with disabilities to find college success.

Start with 15 credits project

Start with 15 is a collaboration to help ensure more students start college with at least 15 credits already under their belt.