Wednesday, December 13, 2023
The Bunker Hill Community College Office of Public Safety/Campus Police invites you to Stuff a Cruiser for Toys for Tots. The BHCC Office of Public Safety/Campus Police are collecting and distributing toys to needy children in the Greater Boston community this holiday season. Help Us Stuff a Cruiser with Toys! Bring a new, unwrapped, nonviolent toy. Look for the BHCC cruiser on the main plaza! If you cannot attend the Stuff a Cruiser event, Toys for Tots donations will continue to be accepted through Thursday, December 14, 2023. Please look for donation boxes around campus.
BHCC will offer services in-person and virtually for new and returning students. Start Now BHCC events will run November 29, 2023 through January 20, 2024. These events will offer students the opportunity to:
- Apply for admission and drop off documentation (transcripts, etc.)
- Speak to Admissions staff for help choosing your educational pathway
- Apply for financial aid and get your billing and tuition payment questions answered
- Get help completing your testing requirements the same day
- Meet with an advisor to plan and register for classes
- Learn about the special programs, services and opportunities we provide
Register to attend Start Now events and get entered into Door Prize drawings that include two opportunities to win a FREE 3-credit course valued at $750.
Weekly English Language Learners Conversation Group Conversations & Connections group meeting
Mondays, 1 - 2 p.m. (facilitated by Joshua Heerter)
Wednesdays, 1- 2 p.m. (facilitated by Joshua Heerter)
Thursdays, 2:45 - 3:45 p.m. (facilitated by Ruth Kiefson)
Join the Culinary Arts faculty and Admissions staff to learn about the application process and program details. Courses within the program include hands-on experience and will show students what it's like to work in a professional kitchen setting.
From “Take Five” to “Take the A Train” – With Lots of Blues Mixed in Between
BHCC Jazz Ensemble
This program explores classics that include Duke Ellington’s “Take the A Train” and the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s “Take Five.” The program also features important compositions that draw from the blues tradition, including Charles Mingus’s “Nostalgia in Times Square,” Oliver Nelson’s “Stolen Moments” from the quintessential Blues and the Abstract Truth album, as well as selections from Midnight Blue, guitarist Kenny Burrell’s classic Blue Note LP.
Directed by Tim McLaughlin, Professor, Performing Arts Department
Sponsored by the Performing Arts Department
For Accepted International Students
Invitations and link will be sent to accepted International students. Times displayed are all Eastern (Boston) time.