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WHAT WILL YOU DO...

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...BECAUSE BRISTOL
What does success at BCC really look like?

1. Inira DeCosta ’16, Administrative Assistant Program

Is it the student who graduates with a 4.0 and transfers to an Ivy League
school? Is it the laid-off adult who earned a degree and got back into the
workforce? Is it the entrepreneur who gets a degree then opens a local
business? Is it the single parent balancing five classes, two jobs, and a
family at home?

2. Tyler Hill ’09, Physician Assistant Program, MCPHS

At Bristol Community College, success is how you define it. We’re here to
help you get there…wherever “there” may be. Our classrooms are filled
with students of all ages, and all backgrounds, working towards their own
unique goals.

6. Jessica Coelho, Owner, Tia Maria’s European Café, New Bedford

Start your own success story.

3. Scott Peets ’15, Owner, Peets Farm
4. Cheryl Cote ’13, Registered Nurse
5. Ty Smith ’12, SPC, U.S. Army, 1st Infantry Division
7. Olivia Marques ’15, Marketing Assistant
8. Matt Medeiros ’04, Co-founder, Slocum Studios

SUCCESS.
DEFINE IT.
Every student who attends Bristol Community College has a unique story.
Our classrooms are mixed with students of all ages, of all backgrounds,
all striving to achieve success however they choose to define it.
Success is the “traditional-aged” student taking classes, saving some cash, then
transferring to a university to finish a bachelor’s degree. It’s the adult, years
removed from even thinking about college, proving that there’s no age limit for
higher education. It’s the single parent balancing multiple jobs, and multiple kids,
with multiple classes. It’s the entrepreneur seeking the education needed to
start a business.

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UP

You are the success story. We’re here to help you get there.

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REAL EXPERIENCE.
ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES.
Olivia Marques ’15

Marketing Assistant

AFFORD IT.
TRANSFER IT.
Here’s the big secret: BCC isn’t just affordable, it’s the smartest choice out there.
Start here, save money. Transfer your credits to a bachelor’s degree-granting
institution and save even more money.
Compare full-time tuition and fees with local institutions:
• Bristol Community College $4,176
• Bridgewater State University $8,223
• UMass Dartmouth $12,588
• Roger Williams University $31,800
• Stonehill College $38,550
MassTransfer
Transfer from BCC to any Massachusetts state college/university or
UMass location with guaranteed acceptance and reduced tuition costs.
Some restrictions apply.
Apply for scholarships exclusively available for transfer students and
save even more.

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WEB DEVELOPER.
BY DESIGN.

BRISTOL
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Matt Medeiros
’04COMMUNITY
Co-founder,COLLEGE
Slocum Studios

REAL EXPERIENCE.
REAL-WORLD READY.
Starting at BCC means getting a leg up on your career and professional skills.
Our Cooperative Education program doesn’t just tell you to get an internship.
It helps you find one, gets you placed, then guides you toward success in it.
Career Services at BCC hosts job fairs and professional seminars to put you front
and center before local employers.
Service Learning rewards community service with academic credit, helping turn
students into engaged citizens.
Simply put: Bristol leads the way in getting students real experience to prepare
them for life during and after college.

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Jessica Coelho

CULINARY ARTIST.
PREPARED HERE.

Owner, Tia Maria’s European Café, New Bedford

STUDENT LIFE.
EXPERIENCE IT.
Student clubs, student media, student government.
Build professional skills, make friends, and start building your resume through all
that Student Life at BCC has to offer. The most successful students are often the
ones who immerse themselves in the “full” college experience.





On-campus radio station
TV studio, home to FRCMedia
Student newspaper
Student Senate

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Asian Student Association
Astronomy Club
Bio Technology
Bird Club
Black Student Union
Christian Fellowship Club
Clinical Lab Science
Club Theatre
Coupon Club
Creative Writing
Criminal Justice Society
Debate and Speech
Dental Hygiene
Diversity Equality
Dream Club
Educators Club
Engineering Club
Gaming Association
Game Design Club
Gay/Straight Alliance
International Club

Latino Student Association
Medical Assisting
Mu Alpha Theta
Multicultural Club
Observer
Occupational Therapy
Photography Club
Portuguese Club
Press Club
Radio Club
Seeds of Sustainability
Skills USA
STEM Club
Students Helping Students
Technology Club
Tutor Club
Veterans Club
Visual Arts
Women in Technology
And Many More!

RETURNED VETERAN.
ONGOING SUCCESS.

Ty Smith BRISTOL
’12 SPC,COMMUNITY
U.S. Army, 1st Infantry
Division
COLLEGE
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COLLEGE PRIDE.
BAYHAWK NATION.
Bristol Bayhawks Athletics
Excel on the court, on the field, and in the classroom. Become a Bayhawk.
BCC is a member of the National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA)
competing against the top junior college teams from Massachusetts and around
New England.
Men’s and Women’s Basketball
Men’s and Women’s Soccer
Co-ed Tennis
Start your collegiate athletic career at Bristol, transfer your credits, and continue
on at a bachelor’s degree-granting institution as many athletes do.

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PLAY.
SOAR.

Bristol Bayhawks Men’s and Women’s Soccer

NEW BEGINNINGS.
START HERE.
You have the reasons. Get the tools. Gain the knowledge.
Start your own success story.
Apply
It’s free, it’s easy. Visit BristolCC.edu and click “Apply.”
Test
Before you register, placement testing helps determine which classes will be best
for you. Find out more at BristolCC.edu/TestingCenter.
Register
Meet with an advisor, learn about financial aid, and get the schedule, classes, and
information that you want.
Begin
Your story. Your future. Your success. Here, at Bristol Community College.

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FOR HERSELF.
FOR FAMILY.

Inira DeCosta
’16 Administrative
Program
BRISTOL
COMMUNITYAssistant
COLLEGE
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PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Programs are offered in Fall River unless
otherwise noted, as well as at sites indicated.

Multimedia and Internet Career*
Web Developer Career*

(A) - Also offered at Attleboro Campus
(NB) - Also offered at New Bedford Campus
(eH) - Also offered in eHealth, New Bedford

Computer Information Systems Transfer
Computer Science Transfer*
Information Systems Transfer*

* Note: Fifty percent or more of the courses in
these programs can be completed online.

Criminal Justice Career (A/NB)*

Art Transfer
Animation and Motion Graphics Transfer
Fine Arts Transfer*
Graphic Design Transfer
Web Design and Media Arts Career
Business Administration Career
Accounting Career (A)*
Entrepreneurship Career*
Financial Services - Banking Career*
Financial Services - Financial Management Career*
Financial Services - Real Estate and
Insurance Career*
General Management Career (A/NB)*
Leisure Services Management Sport Career*
Marketing Management Career (A/NB)*
Retail Management Career*

Criminal Justice Transfer*
Culinary Arts
Baking and Pastry Career
Culinary Arts Career
Deaf Studies Career*
Speech to Text Support Services*
Education Option
Human Services Option*
Deaf Studies Transfer*
Deaf Studies Transfer*
Interpreter Transfer*
Dental Hygiene Career
Early Childhood Education (A/NB)*
Early Childhood Education Childcare Career*
Early Childhood Licensure*

Business Administration Transfer (A/NB)*

Elementary Education Transfer (A/NB)*

Clinical Laboratory Science

Engineering Technology*
Architectural and Structural Technology Career*
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Career*
Biomedical Manufacturing Technology Career
Civil Technology Career
Electrical Technology with Solar Energy Career*
Electro-Mechanical with Green Energy
Technology Career*
Environmental Technology Career*
Marine Science and Technology Career*
Mechanical Technology with Wind
Power Career*

Communication Transfer (A/NB)*
Complementary Healthcare Career*
Computer Information Systems*
Business Information Systems Career*
Computer Forensics Career (A)*
Computer Networking Career
Computer Programming Career*
Computer Security Career*
Game Development - Game Creation Career
Game Development - Game Programming Career*

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CERTIFICATES
Engineering Transfer
Fire Science Technology Career (NB)*
General Studies Transfer or Career*
General Studies Career or Transfer (A/NB)*
Health Sciences Career (A/NB/eH)*
MassTransfer Transfer (A/NB)*
Sustainable-Agriculture*
Technical Studies Transfer*
General Studies Prep
English as a Second Language Preparatory
Health Information Career*
Human Services Career (A/NB)*
Liberal Arts and Sciences*
Biotechnology/Biomedical Technology Transfer*
Environmental Science Transfer*
Humanities Transfer (A)*
Math and Science Transfer*
Professional Transfer (A/NB)*
Theatre Transfer
Nursing Career (eH)*
Occupational Therapy Assistant Career
(NB-eH only)*
Office Administration*
Executive Administrative Assistant Career*
Legal Administrative Assistant Career*
Medical Administrative Assistant Career*
Paralegal Studies*

A+ Certification
Accounting (A)*
Administrative Assistant*
Art
At-Sea-Monitor
Automated-Systems-with-Robotics
Basic Web Page Development*
Biotechnology*
Central Sterile Processing Technician (eH)
CNC Machining and Programming*
Coding and Reimbursement Specialist (eH)*
Computer Forensics (A)
Computer Game Development
Computer Programming*
Computer-Aided Design and Drafting*
Computer-Aided Design and
Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)*
Deaf Studies Prep
Deaf Studies Professional
Desktop Publishing*
Developmental Disabilities*
Early Childhood Education Infant
Toddler (NB)*
Early Childhood Education Preschool (NB)*
Early Childhood Education - School Age
Child Care
e-commerce*
Electrocardiography-EKG*
Emergency Medical Technician (A/eH)*
Fashion Merchandising*
Fine Arts*
Fundamental Computer Skills*
Funeral Service Preparatory*
Geographic Information Systems*
Geotourism Destination Management
Gerontology (A)*
Global Leadership*
Graphic Design
Green Building Technology*
Help Desk Software Support
Home Health Aide (eH) only*
Human Services (A/NB)*

Information Technology Fluency*
Information Technology Teaching*
International Business*
JAVA Programmer
Law Enforcement (NB)*
Legal Office Assistant*
Marketing (A/NB)*
Medical Administrative Practices*
Medical Assisting
Medical Transcription*
Microsoft Office Certified Application Specialist (NB)
Multimedia Development*
Native American Studies
NetworkTech*
Nurse Aide Training (eH) only*
Office Skills Training*
Office Support*
Office Technology Management*
Open Source*
Paralegal Studies*
Personal Care Assistant (eH) only*
Pharmacy Technician (eH) only*
Phlebotomy (eH)*
Portuguese/English Community Interpreting
Retail Management
Security*
Small Business and Entrepreneurial Management (NB)*
Solar Energy*
Spanish English Community Interpreting
Sport Management
Surveying*
Sustainable Agriculture
Thanatology*
Therapeutic Massage
Water Quality Professional
Web Design
Wind Power
Windows 2003 Administration*

BRISTOL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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TUITION AND
COLLEGE FEES

ADDITIONAL FEES AS REQUIRED
Additional program costs (approximate)
Clinical Laboratory Science - $600
Tuition and College Fees Policies are set by the MasCulinary Arts - $1250
sachusetts Department of Higher Education and the
Dental Hygiene - $2500
College Board of Trustees and are subject to change.
Healthcare Information - $500
Please refer to the College website for up-to-date
Medical Assisting - $400
information. BristolCC.edu
Nursing - $850
Phlebotomy - $600
MASSACHUSETTS AND NEARBY
Occupational Therapy Assistant - $800
RHODE ISLAND RESIDENTS:
Therapeutic Massage - $500
Tuition: $24/credit
College Fee: $155/credit
ADMISSION
Total: $179/credit
Bristol Community College has an open enrollment
policy in keeping with the Massachusetts Board of
Many nearby eastern Rhode Island residents pay
in-state tuition and fee rates under the New England Higher Education’s “Open Door” philosophy. Applicants for an associate degree or certificate program
Regional Student Program.
must have a high school diploma or equivalency
certificate or college degree.
ALL OTHER STUDENTS:
Tuition: $230/credit
College Fee: $155/credit
Total: $385/credit
A full-time load is considered 12 or more credits
per semester.

Admission to some programs is competitive
because of the limited number of openings and/or
prerequisites.

THE OPEN ENROLLMENT POLICY DOES NOT
APPLY TO STUDENTS SEEKING ADMISSION TO
THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS:
OTHER REQUIRED FEES
Central Sterile Technician
Student Support Fee (nonrefundable): $37/semester Clinical Laboratory Science
Registration deposit (nonrefundable and applied to Coding and Reimbursement Specialist
the total semester charge): $50/year
Complementary Healthcare
Registration deposit for students admitted to
Culinary Arts
Nursing and Dental Hygiene Programs
Dental Hygiene
(nonrefundable and applied to the total semester Healthcare Information
charge): $200/year
Medical Assisting
Student Health insurance (nonrefundable, may be
Nursing
waived): $1603/year
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Insurance cost for Spring semester: $1067 (subject Pharmacy Technician
to change)
Phlebotomy
Application Fee (nonrefundable, waived for online
Therapeutic Massage
application, U.S. residents only)
Massachusetts and nearby Rhode Island
residents: $10/one time
16 Out-of-state
BECAUSEresidents:
BRISTOL
$35/one time

Applicants to the Nursing program should submit
their application and all supporting materials by
the priority deadline of January 5. Applicants to all
other selective health programs should submit
required application materials by the priority deadline
of February 1.
International students seeking to enroll at the College
on an F-1 Student Visa must meet additional selective
criteria in order to be admitted. Refer to the college
catalog for up-to-date information on all admissions
requirements and deadlines: BristolCC.edu/Catalog
FINANCIAL AID
To complete the FAFSA, go to www.FAFSA.ed.gov
You may also contact Bristol Community College’s
Financial Aid office at 508.678.2811, ext. 2515 with
any questions you have about the federal and state
financial aid programs.
Visit BristolCC.edu to learn more about the financial
aid application process at BCC.
LOCATIONS
Fall River Campus
777 Elsbree St., Fall River, MA
508.678.2811 / 800.462.0035
New Bedford Campus
800 Purchase St./188 Union St.
New Bedford, MA
508.678.2811, ext. 4000
Attleboro Campus
11 Field Road, Attleboro, MA
508.226.2484/888.710.8999
(on GPS search, 34 Forest Street)
Taunton Center
61 Summer St., Taunton, MA
508.678.2811, ext. 3767


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