Please be advised: All students taking in-person classes, and all faculty and staff, must be fully vaccinated by January 3, 2022. Please see the COVID-19 Policies page for more information, or to update your vaccine status.


New Student Orientation

upcoming events

Contact Us

Email: Student Engagement
Phone: 413-236-1603 

New Student Orientation Begins on January 20!

Please join us for New Student Orientation  for Spring 2022 in person from 10 a.m. - noon in the Connector on January 20 for:

  • College Success session;
  • Campus Tour; and
  • Meet & Greet with Dean of Students
  • Join us virtually at 4 p.m. for another College Success session via Zoom

Also, complete the Online Orientation by March 1, 2022 for a $50 incentive.

You will find access to New Student Orientation when you log in to your Moodle account

Why Join Us?

  • You're a new BCC Student.  Congratulations!
  • Boost your confidence to be successful learning online.
  • Begin to feel connected to BCC and excited about your college choice.
  • Learn about campus resources, services and opportunities for involvement to enhance your college experience.
  • Explore the technology you will use in your courses. 
Contact Us

Email: Student Engagement
Phone: 413-236-1603 Tina Schettini

Please contact Student Engagement Center if you are a person that needs special assistance for this event.

New Student Orientation is held on Moodle, the BCC Learning Management System - learn more about Moodle here.

BCC Bookstore

Books, supplies, college apparel and more can be found online at the BCC Bookstore

Academic Success Workshops

New Student Registration Appointments Scheduled Campus Tours
Financial Aid Workshops Technology Clinics @ The Digital Commons
College Success Sessions

Campus Events Calendar:

Through the campus events calendar below, you will find College Success Sessions - held during Orientation and Registration day - and many first week events and on-campus events. Just click through the calendar of events below:

For TRIO Students:

TRIO (Talent, Resources, Initiative, Opportunity) Student Support Services is a FREE federally funded program under the U.S. Department of Education, established to assist students from first-generation, low-income backgrounds, and students with disabilities to find college success. Interested in learning more about TRiO and participating in their summer events series? Check out their calendar of events on their webpage.