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Study Abroad Fair Hosted by Peralta International Affairs Program – Wed., 9/21, 10 am – 3 pm, BCC Atrium

19 September 2016

Learn about PCCD’s faculty-led student programs.

Discover other opportunities to study around the world.

Information for faculty interested in their own program.

And More…

Study Abroad Fair 2016 – September 21, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Berkeley City College Atrium, 2050 Center Street, Berkeley


Free registration for all attendees can be made at


For more information, contact:

Drew Gephardt

(510) 587-7834


Study Abroad flyer

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FREE Weekly Statistics Workshops for BCC Students

8 May 2016

Free Weekly Statistics Workshops are now avaliable to all BCC students! Join us in the Learning Resources Center on the 1st floor, room 112, row 4.

View the statistics flyer below:


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S.T.E.M. Careers Lunch Talk: Preparing Bioengineers for Careers in BioTech and MedTech – Dr. Terry D. Johnson, Tues., Mar. 8 @ 12:30-1:15 pm in Rm 431

3 March 2016

Science Department is continuing the  S.T.E.M. careers lunch talk series this spring. The first speaker is Terry Johnson, Associate Teaching Professor and Vice Chair for Undergraduate programs, Bioengineering, at UC Berkeley. His talk “Preparing Bioengineers for Careers in BioTech and MedTech”  will be on March 8 from 12:30 till 1:15 pm in room 431


Read the flyer below:

Bioengineering Flyer


Visit the Science Department Website and the new Biotechnology Website for more information on Science and Biotechnology programs to help you achieve your goals.

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Berkeley City College is Closed on Monday, Jan. 18 for The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday Observance

12 January 2016

Berkeley City College is closed on Monday, Jan. 18 for The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday observance.

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MSRI/BCC present “Internet Voting: Wishful Thinking?”, 6:30 p.m., Wed., Sept. 16 at Berkeley City College

1 September 2015

Dr. Barbara Simons

“Internet Voting: Wishful Thinking?”, 6:30 p.m., Wed., Sept. 16 will address security threats to Internet voting.  The presentation also will also touch on online voter registration, online ballot marking systems and computerized voting in general.  The free and open to the public lecture takes place at Berkeley City College’s auditorium, 2050 Center St. between Shattuck Ave. & Milvia Sts.  Reserve your place at

Public opinion, combined with appeals on behalf of voters with disabilities, have created strong pressure to adopt Internet voting.  In the U.S. there is also concern about facilitating voting for members of the military and civilians living abroad. Consequently, Internet voting is currently being deployed in some states and considered by others.  Similar patterns exist in other countries, such as Australia and Canada.

Dr. Barbara Simons, presenter, is a former President of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the nation’s oldest and largest educational and scientific society for computing professionals. She is the only woman to have received the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from the College of Engineering at UC Berkeley, where she earned her Ph.D. in computer science.  A fellow of ACM and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, she also received the Computing Research Association Distinguished Service Award and the Electronic Frontier Foundation Pioneer Award.

An expert on electronic voting, she published Broken Ballots: Will Your Vote Count?, a book on voting machines co-authored with Douglas Jones. She was appointed to the Board of Advisors of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission in 2008 by Sen. Harry Reid, and she co-authored the report that led to the cancellation of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Internet voting project (SERVE) in 2004 because of security concerns.

She also was a member of the National Workshop on Internet Voting, convened by former President Bill Clinton, that conducted one of the first studies of Internet Voting and produced a report in 2001. She co-authored “The Future of Voting: End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting,” the July 2015 report of the U.S. Vote Foundation. She is Board Chair of Verified Voting.


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Election 2014 Forum, Oct 7, 7:30 pm in the Berkeley City College Auditorium

23 September 2014

Democratic candidates, Elizabeth Echols and Tony Thurmond, who are competing to represent Berkeley and other East Bay communities along the I-80 corridor from Hercules to North Oakland (Assembly District 15), will answer questions from the public at the Election 2014 Forum, Oct 7, 7:30 pm in the Berkeley City College Auditorium.


The President of the California League of Women Voters, Helen Hutchison, will moderate the discussion. The event is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville and a broad group of co-sponsors, including the Berkeley NAACP; the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce; BOCA, Berkeley Organizing Congregations for Action; the Berkeley PTA Council and the Berkeley AAUW, American Association of University Women. The Civic Engagement Club and the Political Science Department of Berkeley City College are also co-sponsors.

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Last Day to ADD or DROP Regular Session Classes WAS Sun., Aug. 31 (drop without a “W” on transcript; receive a refund)

26 August 2014

Please remember that Sunday, August 31, 2014, is the deadline for:

  • adding regular session classes
  • dropping regular session classes without a “W” appearing on your transcript
  • dropping regular session classes and receive a refund according to the refund policies of Admissions & Records


Note: Short-term and open-entry classes must be dropped within 10% of the first class meeting to receive a refund.


Census Day is Tuesday, September 2, 2014 – instructors verify enrollment in classes


Please see A&R’s Academic Calendar for Fall 2014 for the official information.



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Reception for artist Carolyn Jean Martin in the Jerry Adams Gallery, Thurs., March 6, from 6 – 8 pm

17 February 2014

You are cordially invited to a reception for artist Carolyn Jean Martin in the Jerry Adams Gallery, rm 112, this Thursday, March 6, from 6 to 8pm.

“Through a combination of personal narratives, cultural criticism and nostalgic hip-hop lyrics charred and damaged by ignited gunpowder, “Incidents and Autobiographies” challenges static narratives and examines the cultural map of race and representation in America.”

For more information, contact Jan Dove at

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