The PCAP approval identifies coding education programs that have been evaluated by a peer review process against national minimum standards for entry-level coding professionals. Read more!
BCC reports an increase in students from 1,367 in 2022 to 1,601 in 2023, representing an increase of 17.1% -- the largest percent increase in students since the institution started tracking this metric in 1991.
Berkshire County residents: If you're at least 25 and don't have a college degree, attend an Info Session. You could attend BCC for free!
Falcons, registration for spring 2024 is happening now — meet with your advisor to get the classes you need!
BCC announces the addition of five full-time faculty/staff members, two promotions and two title changes. Congratulations!
Candy, Board Games and Friends will be held Oct. 5, Nov. 2 and 30, and Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Connector. Enjoy board games and candy of all kinds! From KitKats and Bananagrams to Jenga and Swedish Fish to Connect 4 and Laffy Taffy, this is an opportunity to a make new friends, bring an old friend or play alone!
Higher education in the Commonwealth has been given a boost with the passage of the state's $56.2 billion budget, which includes several programs designed to increase access to education for all residents
BCC announces the addition of eight new staff members, a promotion and a title change. Congratulations!
BCC announces the signature of an articulation agreement with William James College (WJC) in Newton, Massachusetts, allowing BCC students to transfer seamlessly to WJC.
Each community college in Commonwealth to receive for $100K for implementation of program that will help meet workforce needs, address economic skills gap and offer transformative chance for Massachusetts adults to earn a degree.