BHCC News for 2020
Request for Proposals: Moodle LMS Hosting & Support Provider
BHCC LMS Moodle Hosting & Support- BHCCMOODLE2020
Public Notice: NECHE Evaluation
Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit March 29 – April 1, 2020, by a team representing the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, NEASC).
Advertisement for Bid: B-Building Roof Renovation
The Bunker Hill Community College, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from General Contractors for the Bunker Hill Community College - Building B Roof Renovation in Boston Massachusetts, in accordance with the documents prepared by Goldman Reindorf Architects.
Boston Public Schools and Bunker Hill Community College Receive Funding for Data Tracking of At-Risk Students
Plough Quarterly Announces Annual Award in Honor of BHCC Distinguished Artist and Scholar in Residence Rhina P. Espaillat
BHCC Joins Massachusetts Community Colleges in Call to Reverse ICE Guidance for International Students
President Eddinger joins WBUR Radio Boston on how Greater Boston's Community Colleges Confront An Atypical Semester
Advertisement for Bid: Elevator Modernization
The Bunker Hill Community College, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from General Contractors for the Bunker Hill Community College – Elevator Modernization in Boston Massachusetts, in accordance with the documents prepared by PCA (Prellwitz Chilinski Associates).
BHCC’s VP Administration & Finance John Pitcher Selected As HUB Leader NACUBO Ascendium Student Success Grant
BHCC Chief of Police Robert Barrows Speaks at Cape Cod Community College’s Inaugural Intentional Critical Conversations Series
Bunker Hill Community College Chief of Police Robert Barrows shared his personal experiences with the criminal justice system and the lessons he learned as a young person moving into a career in law enforcement. The virtual presentation, entitled “An Oh-So Ordinary Tale with an Extraordinary Ending,” was part of the new monthly Intentional Critical Conversations series sponsored by Cape Cod Community College. The series focuses on changing narratives throughout the 21st century and elevates stories about serving, protecting, and community.