|University Motto||Start Here. Go Anywhere.|
|Year of establishment||1960|
|Address||1350 West St, Pittsfield, MA 01201|
|Phone||+1 (413) 499-4660|
Berkshire Community College
Founded in 1960, BCC was the first community college established by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Today, there are 15 community colleges throughout the state. During its first 12 years, BCC was located in downtown Pittsfield in a former junior high school made available by the city.
Last year, nearly 3,000 students enrolled in day or evening credit courses at the main campus, off-campus sites, and/or online. Additionally, more than 5,200 people enrolled in various noncredit and workforce development offerings.
In recognition of its tradition of academic excellence and service, Berkshire Community College affirms the following values:
- Integrity and Engagement. We expect all members of the college community to participate in the fulfillment of the college mission through actions that are forthright and consistent with the mission.
- Innovation. We promote a campus climate that encourages innovative thought and creative expression.
- Diversity and Inclusion. We foster an environment that validates and respects cultural identities and provides curriculum, pedagogy, programs and services within multicultural philosophies and frameworks.
- Service. We maintain a community that demonstrates respect for growth, responsibility, and leadership through service to others.
- Sustainability. We follow practices that promote environmental and financial sustainability at the college.
The Berkshire Community College is a Public university located in Pittsfield.
The Berkshire Community College was founded in 1960.
The current president of Berkshire Community College is Ellen Kennedy.
According to verified online sources, the Berkshire Community College enrolls a total of 6000 students.
According to the main website, the Berkshire Community College has a total student population of 3000 undergraduate students and 3000 graduate students.