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Berkeley City College Closed Wed., Dec. 24 thru Thur., Jan. 1 for Winter Break

14 December 2014

Berkeley City College is closed for Winter break from Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Thursday, Jan. 1.  The college reopens on Fri., Jan. 2, and will be closed on the first two weekends in January (1/3-4, and 1/10-11/2015). Normal building hours will be resumed on Monday, 1/12/2015. Spring 2015 classes begin on Tue., Jan. 20.

Happy holidays!

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BCC Is Open Today for Finals, Thur., Dec. 11 But Contact Your Instructor If You Are Unable To Come To Campus

11 December 2014

Berkeley City College is currently open for finals. We understand the roads are very wet, and want to ensure your safety. If you are unable to come to campus, please contact your instructor.

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Spring 2015 Enrollment is Open Now for All Students – Enroll Now to Save Your Seat!

10 December 2014

Whether you are a continuing or new Berkeley City College student, plan to enroll early to reserve your place in class. Find
out student enrollment dates here, or click on the image below.


Spring 2015 Semester begins Tuesday, January 20, 2015, and ends Friday, May 22, 2015




Peruse the BCC Spring 2015 Class Schedule here or click on the image below.




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BCC Will Be Open During Regular Hours Tonight, Wed., Dec. 10 – Evening Finals Will Take Place

10 December 2014

Berkeley City College will be open regular hours, and evening finals will take place tonight, Wednesday, December 10, 2014.

Thank you for your cooperation.


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BCC Student Stories of Transformation – Video Presented at BCC’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

9 December 2014

Ten Alumni and Students share their experiences, both challenges and triumphs, while at BCC. Produced by Hannah Chauvet and her multimedia arts students for BCC’s 40th Anniversary Celebration.

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You Can Help Support BCC’s Transfer Service Community

8 December 2014

Four years ago, Caleb Westberg and Adena Ishii, Berkeley City College (BCC) and UC Berkeley alumni, created the Transfer Service Community (TSC) as a way to address the gaps that exist in higher education and give back to the BCC community. TSC volunteers strongly believe that all community college students should have access to the resources and the support they need to achieve their transfer goals. The program has grown rapidly over four years and has successfully assisted thousands of community college students with transferring to four-year universities, connecting to resources, and getting involved in their communities through workshops and events at BCC and UC Berkeley. The Transfer Service Community is actively raising funds to continue their work at Berkeley City College and expand to the other Peralta Colleges. You can help. Click here for more information. All donations are tax deductible. Please check with your tax advisor for details.​


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Berkeley City College will close today, Dec 9th, at 5:00 pm

8 December 2014

Dear BCC Community,

In light of possible protests again this evening, and in order to ensure the safety and security of the BCC Community, Berkeley City College will close today, Dec 9th, at 5:00 pm.

Students, if you have a final this evening, please follow up with your instructor for further instructions.

The campus is scheduled to reopen tomorrow at 7:30 am.

Thank you,


Dr. Debbie Budd
Berkeley City College

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Multimedia Arts Mobile + Web Lecture: Apple Senior Visual Designer Jackie Ngo and Full Stack Software Developer Haris Ali – Wed., Dec. 3rd @ 7:15pm, BCC Rm 431 | MMART UI Students Showcase Mobile App Designs

2 December 2014

Join us on Wed., Dec. 3, at 7:15 pm in Rm 431 for the Multimedia Arts Mobile and Web Lecture Series presenting Jackie Ngo, Haris Ali, and the MMART Student Showcase for Mobile App Design. View the flyer image below. Berkeley City College is located at 2050 Center Street, downtown Berkeley, a half block from the Berkeley BART Station.


— Jackie and Haris will discuss their experiences working in Silicon Valley and designing Mobile and UI Designs for Beats Audio among others.


— The MMART Information Architecture/ User Interface Design class will showcase their final presentations of mobile phone application designs.


Jackie Ngo (Apple Senior Visual Designer): Spent the last 15 years in Silicon Valley. Working for Beats Music, Zurb, Zoaka Creative, & MadeService. Specializing in web design, interaction design, brand strategy, and front-end development.


Haris Ali (Full Stack Software Developer): A freelance senior engineer who developed the iPhone Mobile Applications for Beats Music, Sosh, Pulse Locker and his new note taking start up Mentions.


For more information, contact Justin Hoffman,, MMART UI Design Instructor


Mobile + Web Lecture Flyer

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