|9||From Dreams to Degrees
BHCC celebrates the Class of 2023.
President Eddinger sits down with BHCC alumna and U.S. Rep. Val Hoyle.
BHCC continues its longstanding tradition of hosting nationally recognized thought leaders, scholars and artists to engage, challenge and inspire students, faculty, staff and community.
|16||A Purpose and A Plan
As the College’s 2024-29 Strategic Plan comes together, friends and partners gather to ask what’s next.
|22||Mind, Body & Heart
Annual Learning Communities Institute bridges the fields of education and neuroscience.
|24||New Skills Boston
Empowering communities through partnership.
2023 Ceremony Highlights
View photos, videos, programs, news and more from 2023 graduation ceremonies.
New Skills Boston
View the 2022-2023 New Skills Boston Snapshot Report on the Advance CTE Learning that Works Resource Center.
MassReconnect is a proposal to fund free community college for adults 25 and older who do not already have a college degree. The proposal is currently before the Massachusetts legislature, and, if approved, will begin in the Fall of 2023.
Student Success Center Construction Project
Learn more about the College’s first new building in over a decade. Scheduled to open in 2025, the 53,500-square-foot space will house various services including academic advising, counseling, student financial services, and student affairs, as well as a new College Library and studying and gathering spaces for students, faculty, and staff.
Vision Project for the Future Campus
BHCC is envisioning the advancement of its higher education mission at the Charlestown Campus through modern facilities and a vibrant built environment that connects the College’s diverse student body to the local and global innovation economies.
Arts & Culture
Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and daughter of the Civil Rights Icon, kicked off Bunker Hill Community College’s (BHCC) Compelling Conversations series on Thursday, November 3, offering students, faculty and staff unparalleled insights into her own story and her own unique perspective on the state of Civil Rights today.
Sesame Street cast member and producer, author, and activist talks about her career and new book, “Coming Up Cuban”