Attleboro

Attleboro

BRISTOL NOW REGISTERING FOR FALL 2018


The Bristol Fall 2018 semester begins on September 4, 2018!
 

Current Students: Register now to get the best selection of courses, instructors and schedules. 

New Students: Before you can register for classes, you must complete placement testing

Get started here!

Bristol Attleboro Campus


The Attleboro location offers day and evening classes in a state-of-the-art facility.

Located in the Attleboro Corporate Center off of Forest Street or Pleasant St. (Rt. 123), the campus is handicap accessible, with ample and convenient parking. The campus consists of SMART classrooms as well as a new state of the art microbiology lab along with biology, chemistry, and computer labs.

The campus includes a Library with computers and Internet access, bookstore, and the Learning Commons offering tutoring and writing center support. The campus also includes faculty offices, a conference room and an Auditorium.

You will receive full support services, including academic advising, transfer counseling, career and personal counseling with small classes and personal attention.

Adult Basic Education classes are offered to prepare individuals for the HiSet exam and Bridgewater State University also offers some evening classes in our facility.

Student Profiles: Ryan Kirby


Student Profiles Ryan Kirby ImageClass of 2018 | General Studies

Ryan Kirby, of Attleboro, MA, enrolled in college because he knew it was something he needed to do…but what he made of his time at Bristol Community College determined his future trajectory.

Hear Ryan's story here!

New Course at BCC Attleboro:

America's War on Terrorism

Bristol Community College students have the opportunity to enroll in a new course this fall on the Attleboro campus: History 260 – America’s War on Terrorism.  The course is a Mass Transfer elective and, depending on one’s academic program, may fulfill specific degree requirements. 

Nan Loggains will be teaching History 260 on Tuesdays from 4 to 6:40 p.m. In this course, you will examine the history of America’s fight against terrorism. This course will analyze the political, social and cultural upheavals of the pre and post-9/11 eras. The role of movies, the news media, music and television will also be examined.

Learn more about this course in the Bristol course search

Bridgewater State University


In collaboration with Bridgewater State University, the Attleboro campus also offers Bristol graduates a unique opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree, earn a credit certificate or take a university-level courses without leaving the Attleboro campus!

To learn more call 508.531.3896, or email BSUattleboro@bridgew.edu.

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