Comic Book Club
Every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
The Comic Book Club is an all welcoming community here at BCC in which the members meet to discuss comic-related material such as movies, TV shows, comics and videogames. The members are excited and enthusiastic about their meetings; they hope to spread their excitement about comics with anyone who wants to explore these topics. Share your powers with others.
Tabletop Gaming Club
Every Thursday from Noon & 3:30 p.m.
Want a place to learn and talk about tabletop games? Join the BCC Attleboro Tabletop Gaming Association. If more information is needed please contact Alexander Malynn, President or Emma Kirby, Vice President of the club at email@example.com.
Music Appreciation Club
This club strives to promote all student participation in the contribution and enjoyment of their musical abilities/talents and to provide an outlet for all students interested in music. In this club students will be given the opportunity to showcase music they have created or enjoy listening to fellow musicians within the BCC attleboro campus. This club is a creative space where students can receive advice, tips, praise and constructive criticism to help further progress they're music. Club members will be urged to ask questions to their fellow students regarding music techniques and the individual students creative process throughout the club . Any questions regarding the club? Send an email to Dezmondgarnetto27@gmail.com
Health Science Information Sessions
Applicants to BCC’s Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy Assistant and Clinical Laboratory Science programs must attend one Health Science Information Session to be considered for admission.
Since seating space is limited, please register using the links below. We’ll provide the room location when you sign up.
Campus Tours and Information Sessions
Visit Bristol Community College’s locations in Fall River, New Bedford, Attleboro, or Taunton to learn how a BCC education can benefit you. We offer scheduled campus tours and information sessions throughout the academic year. Campus tours give you a comprehensive, guided view of BCC classrooms and facilities, as well as an opportunity to learn more about the admissions process.
Specialized tours are available upon request. It is recommended that you allow at least three weeks notice for such requests.
Information sessions are hosted by BCC Admissions staff and provide an overview of the College and our many degree and certificate programs. We encourage you to bring your questions.
To take a campus tour or attend an information session, register below via the appropriate Event Calendar or to learn about upcoming events, please call 508.678.2811, ext. 2947.
Coop At BCC Attleboro
Interested in learning more on Cooperative Education? Visit David LePage, Senior Special Program Coordinator of Cooperative Education.
Dave will be available at the BCC Attleboro Campus from 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Faculty Office RM 106 on the following dates.
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