Berkshire Community College (BCC) has various clubs and organizations are active on campus. Each has a faculty or staff advisor. For more information or to organize a new club, inquire at the office of Student Engagement to pick up a club/organization packet to begin the formal process.
The BCC Players are the hands-on training component of the theatre program at BCC — join us!
Club Sports are competitive sports teams that practice weekly and compete against other colleges. Club Sports are a great way to stay involved in sports you love and get to meet other students at BCC who also love that sport.
Multicultural Student Services Organization (MSSO)
The MSSO provides leadership in creating a welcoming and engaging campus for students from ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds so that they are able to thrive and achieve their full potential.
Practical Nursing Student Organization
This organization holds fundraisers and plans student activities. Proceeds from student fundraisers and support given by the Student Government Ambassadors of BCC help to defray selected current student costs upon successful completion of the program.
Queer Student Association (QSA)
The QSA at Berkshire Community College is committed to providing a safe space for members of the BCC LGBTQ+ community. It is a judgement-free zone for any student in need of support regarding their sexual orientation or identity.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The BCC SGA is the legislative, representative, and investigative body of the College's student population. Members are currently enrolled students elected each spring in college-wide elections. Candidates must have a 2.00 or higher GPA.
Student Nurse Organization (SNO)
The SNO provides an environment for nursing students to meet and network with peers. Fundraising activities are planned by students and proceeds support educational programs, pinning ceremony for graduates, community outreach, and scholarship for a graduating student pursuing baccalaureate degree while completing credits at BCC.
Students for Recovery Organization
Are you in recovery or interested in exploring recovery from any substance, behavior, pattern or relationship that causes suffering in your life? Students for Recovery holds supportive, safe space for students on recovery journeys and their allies.
The Zine is BCC's student-driven journal of literary and visual arts. This annual spring publication is advised by Julianna Spallholz, Professor of English. It is published both in print and digitally.
Other BCC Groups and Organizations
Occasionally BCC has some presence in other independent organizations as well.