Bunker Hill Community College

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Single Stop

Notice: On October 22, all students who are required to submit proof of immunization will have a hold placed on their accounts and will not be able to register for following semesters until proof is submitted to Student Central.

Submit your immunization form to Student Central by October 22 to be entered into a drawing for prizes including a Harman Bluetooth speaker, Amazon Echo, or Beats EP*

*All students that are in compliance with immunization requirements by October 22 are eligible to win. A drawing will be held and winners notified via email.

Winter Coat Drive
Each year, Single Stop collaborates with Anton's Cleaners to collect adult and child-size warm winter coats. Collected coats are brought to Anton’s Cleaners for cleaning and then given to a network of more than 90 distribution partners made up of local nonprofits, social service agencies, and schools to ensure the coats are given to those who really need them, free of charge. This drive begins October 14, 2019 and ends December 6, 2019. Please drop off gently used coats to Single Stop, Room D-206.

  • Representative from the Office of Massachusetts Rehabilitation will be in D-206 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month to discuss Public Disability Benefits Planning Services.
  • Representatives from Metro Housing Boston will be in D-206 from 1:15 to 4:00 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month to assist with housing issues.
  • Representative from UASPIRE will be in D-206 from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. on the 2nd Wednesday of every month to talk about affordable financial resources to assist with paying for college.

The Single Stop program at Bunker Hill Community College focuses on connecting students to state and federal financial resources and local community services.  The aim is to help student surmount economic barriers, continue with their education and move toward economic mobility with the ultimate goal of ending cycles of poverty.

Single Stop aid students in applying for benefits such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), offers referrals for those with housing issues, helps with health insurance applications, provides financial literacy classes, and helps students to advocate for themselves when applying for resources.

Since 2012, The Greater Boston Food Bank has partnered with Single Stop to sponsor monthly Mobile Markets for our campus community and veterans. We have been fortunate to be working with food rescue programs such as Food Link and Food for Free, which support our students through ongoing donations.  We have a new food pantry on campus, THE DISH, which is open to all students, faculty and staff.

Statement to our Students

We are committed to helping you be successful. We understand that at times you may be facing financial difficulties and we want to help. You are not alone.

If you are having trouble affording food, please let us know. We are fortunate to be working with several groups that may be able to help you. Visit us in room D206 on the Charlestown Campus today.

Single Stop Mission

Single Stop is a one-stop resource center offering students holistic advising grounded in equity, respect and trust focused on providing basic needs assistance.Through inclusive coordinated access to local, State, federal and community-based organizations, Single Stop strives to build economic mobility needed to increase student retention and graduation.