The artist Autumn Ni Dubhghaill is an alumnus of the visual art department, the works on slate series will show case thematic assemblages from foraged and found objects.
Berkshire Community College (BCC) has been awarded a $350,000 grant to acquire new simulation (SIM) equipment for its nursing programs, allowing for the first substantive upgrade of such equipment since 2009. The grant was provided by state Community Project Funding secured by Congressman Richard Neal.
Berkshire Community College (BCC) is pleased to announce it has named 112 students to the fall 2021 dean's list. To be eligible for the dean's list, full-time students must achieve a GPA of 3.750 to 4.000 to earn high honors, while students with a GPA of 3.250 to 3.749 earn an honors designation. All dean's list students must have declared a major and must have completed at least 12 traditionally graded credit hours during a fall or spring semester of one academic year.
For immigrants, the challenges are many -- and learning the language is often one of most immediate. Afghan evacuees in the Berkshires now have a resource to help them overcome this barrier with Berkshire Community College (BCC)'s free English classes, held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Pittsfield.
Berkshire Community College (BCC)'s Humanities, Behavioral & Social Sciences Division recently hired two part-time academic success coaches, Jordan DeGaetano and Jennifer Jennings, to support students in English course work. Funding for the positions was made possible by grants from the Massachusetts Supporting Urgent Community College Equity through Student Services (SUCCESS) program.
Join Reggie Harris for a Family Reveal where Reggie will discuss his familial connection as the descendant of slavery as a great-great-great-grandson of confederate General Williams Carter Wickham and his slave Bibhanna Hewlett with his White cousins.
Berkshire Community College (BCC) announces the addition of three new members of the nursing faculty, several new full-time staff members and a promotion.
As part of a campus-wide commitment to support historically minoritized and marginalized students, Berkshire Community College (BCC) recently created the Multicultural Affairs, Diversity and Engagement (MADE) Center, which will be housed in the Susan B. Anthony Building. Funded by a SUCCESS (Supporting Urgent Community College Equity through Student Services) grant, the MADE Center will offer academic and social support services for all students, but with a special focus on supporting traditionally underserved populations.