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Barstow Community College district was established in September of 1959 by the citizens of the upper High Desert region of Southern California. Evening classes began the next year at Barstow High School, followed by the first day of classes in fall of 1962 at Barstow First Methodist Church. The campus was constructed in 1964 at its current location on Barstow Road and the first classes began in February of 1965.
Barstow Community College is an open-admission, open-public institution, that serves more than 5,020 students in degree and certificate programs in traditional and distance education learning with approximately 120 faculty members. It provides the first two years of College or University study as part of the California State Community College System of Higher Education.
Barstow Community College’s main campus is located on Highway 247 – Barstow Road in the city of Barstow, which is located in the Mojave Desert region of San Bernardino County, California, approximately 120 miles from both Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Barstow Community College serves the communities of Barstow, Lenwood, Newberry Springs, Daggett, Yermo, Hinkley, Ludlow, Baker and the area from the Nevada state line. Barstow Community College operates two satellite campuses, located at the United States Army Training Center at Ft. Irwin, and the Career Technical Education (CTE) located at State Street in Barstow.
Barstow Community College’s student population by race/ethnicity includes: 17.1% African American, 0.9% American Indian/Alaska Native, 2.1% Asian, 1.2% Filipino, 32.5% Hispanic, 1.2% Pacific Islander, 35.4% White, 3.9% two or more races, and 5.2% Unknown. Barstow Community College’s student population by age includes: 22.9% less than 20 years old, 26.6% 20 to 24 years old, 45.0% 25 to 49 years old, 5.4% 50 or more years old, and 0.1% Unknown. Many of the students and their families are affiliated with the United States Army National Training Center at Ft. Irwin and are directly impacted both emotionally and economically by military deployments.
The Urban College of Boston (UCB) is an independent, co-educational two-year institution located in the heart of downtown Boston. UCB is chartered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to offer programs of study leading to the Associate of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services Administration and General Studies. UCB also offers a range of certificate programs and continuing education courses.
A History of the College
The Urban College of Boston (UCB) is an independent, non-profit 501(c)3 co-educational two-year college established to provide the opportunity for post-secondary education and professional advancement to those in the urban community traditionally underserved by higher education. Urban College grants an Associate of Arts degree in three areas of study: Early Childhood Education, Human Services Administration, and General Studies. The College also offers Certificate programs in 11 areas.
The Urban College began as the Urban College Program within Action for Boston Community Development, Inc. over thirty years ago. In 1993, the College was chartered and is the only institution established by an anti-poverty agency.
Urban College of Boston exists to provide opportunity to every student seeking a college degree or professional advancement. The College supports students as they overcome economic, social, and language barriers to achieve academic, personal or professional aspirations.
Urban College of Boston will be an empowering institution, providing every student full access to the resources and support they need to succeed personally, academically and professionally. We will enrich the communities and neighborhoods of metropolitan Boston through our unique, rigorous and compassionate education that goes beyond the classroom and meets our diverse students in the context of their lives.
Urban College of Boston believes that the most lasting way to empower people is through education. We will leverage every resource at our disposal to ensure that our students not only have access to a college education but also have the social, economic, interpersonal and academic support they need to be successful. We will impact communities by empowering leaders and parents, who build up their families, neighborhoods and work places. We will emulate the perseverance and fortitude exemplified by our students in our own conduct as we partner with them to transform lives and communities through the power of education.
Founded in 1960, Berkshire Community College was the first community college established by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Today, there are 15 community colleges throughout the state. During its first 12 years, BCC was located in downtown Pittsfield in a former junior high school made available by the city. There, enrollment grew from 153 to 1,222 students.
In 1972, the college moved to its present location occupying a magnificent 180-acre site four miles from the center of Pittsfield. Twelve years later, a satellite facility known as the South County Center opened in Great Barrington. Last year, nearly 3,000 students enrolled in day or evening credit courses at the main campus, off-campus sites, and/or online. Additionally, more than 5,200 people enrolled in various noncredit and workforce development offerings.
BCC Mission Statement
Berkshire Community College (BCC) strives to place higher education within reach of all residents of Berkshire County and beyond. BCC is committed to access, academic excellence, student success, and leadership in the community.
• BCC helps students overcome financial, physical, and/or social barriers and welcomes them into a college environment of academic excellence.
• BCC provides quality programs that prepare students to enter or progress within the workforce and/or for transfer, while fostering a lifelong enthusiasm for learning.
• BCC provides the resources and services students need to be successful, to meet our academic standards, and to achieve their personal and professional goals.
• BCC provides leadership by furthering the engagement of our students in the community; by working collaboratively with civic leaders, organizations, and employers; and by serving as a center for diverse educational and cultural activities.
Northern Essex Community College (NECC) is proud of the quality of education and services we offer to our students:
• Over 15,000 individuals who can study full- or part-time
• A teaching faculty who concentrate their education, experience and effort in the classroom
• The skills needed when your education is completed to transfer successfully to baccalaureate programs, or become a part of the highly skilled business, industrial and professional work force for which New England is famous.
• You will be able to study at Northern Essex at an extremely low cost. The average full-time student residing in Massachusetts spends approximately $1800 a semester for tuition and fees excluding insurance. Part-time study is comparably inexpensive. A number of financial aid sources are available to eligible students and we are committed to helping you find a way to afford Northern Essex.
• NECC is a public, two-year college that offers comprehensive academic programs of study leading to the Associate in Arts degree, the Associate in Science degree and Certificates of program completion.
• Our student body is a complex group:
• Many come here directly after high school, often from the top 25% of their class
• Others bring a variety of living and job experiences to their studies
• The average age ranges from 25 in the day to approximately 31 in the evening.
• Some take traditional college programs, planning to transfer to a four-year institution after graduation.
• Some are enrolled in associate degree or certificate programs leading to immediate employment in specialized career fields.
• Some take developmental courses to upgrade their academic backgrounds while pursuing a degree program.
• Others take individual courses, exploring alternatives before making more formal academic decisions.
• Others take special interest courses only.
• Large numbers of students are enrolled in nontraditional programs of study such as English as a second language courses, and certain training programs in special skills and high technology areas are designed to fit the unique training needs of individual groups of students or particular employers.
Excellent facilities, solid academic support services and a dynamic student activity program are part of the educational opportunities available at NECC. Flexible scheduling and the option of completing your degree or certificate at your own pace are hallmarks of a NECC education.
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