Berkshire Community College

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Berkshire Community College
Berkshire Community College logo.svg
Established 1960
Type Community
President Ellen Kennedy
Admin. staff 250 (2014 est.)
Students 3,000 (2014 est.)
Location Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Coordinates: 42°27′37.39″N 73°18′53.33″W / 42.4603861°N 73.3148139°W / 42.4603861; -73.3148139
Campus Rural
Nickname BCC
Mascot Falcon

Berkshire Community College is a two-year community college in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It offers associate degrees as well as a transfer program for students to earn credits for transfer to other colleges. BCC offers more than 44 academic programs that allow the students to earn an associate degree of science, associate degree of arts, associate of applied science, or a certificate.

BCC has its main campus in Pittsfield, which was built in 1971 and opened in 1972. It has a satellite campus in the town of Great Barrington. Despite tough regional competition, BCC has consistently been named the "Best College" in the Berkshires[1] by the local newspaper.

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