Bristol Community College hosts Kids' College each summer and most people don't even know about it! That's why we're bringing them out to Kidabaloo to give your kids a fun lesson in Lego Robotics- and who doesn't love Legos?!
Veterans and Service Members in Massachusetts and Rhode Island are welcome to take advantage of the services provided in one space, all in one day. At Bristol Community College's Commonwealth College Center “G” Building, Atrium (Back of Cafeteria) , you can learn more about Veterans Healthcare Administration, Veterans Benefit Administration, On the Spot Eligibility Claim Filing, BCC Admissions and
This weekend's graduation at Bristol Community College has special significance for a Dartmouth family.
Michele Lareau and her daughter, Linsey Cormier, will both walk the stage and receive their Associate's Degrees.
Lareau says she had always been a stay at home mom, and once both of her daughters were out of high school she found the motivation to expand her skills in office administration...
The Bristol Community College campus in Fall River was evacuated for a brief period this afternoon.
A spokesman for the school tells WBSM News the campus received a bomb threat just after 3pm. The campus was immediately evacuated.
Campus Police searched the buildings, and found no evidence of a threat, clearing students and faculty to return to the campus just 15 minutes after the initial evacuati
Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System, or MCAS, is a sore subject for many people. Some educators have expressed frustration with the pressure placed on them to prepare students for exams, often taking over the curriculum. Students don't particularly care for any standardized test, let alone one that could make or break your high school career. And parents, they might feel helpless when it
Boston.com is reporting that the same BCC student who was charged with hacking Paris Hilton's phone back in 2005 is now facing some new charges. He's been accused of channeling his inner Ferris Bueller and hacking BCC's computer system to change his grades and the grades of two other students.
Cameron Lacroix, of New Bedford, is being charged with breaking into his school's computer network and a