Berkeley City College President Angélica Garcia joins Excelencia in Education’s Presidents for Latino Student Success

Berkeley, CA (November 4, 2021) – Excelencia in Education, the nation’s premier authority in efforts accelerating Latino student success in higher education, announced today President Angélica Garcia has chosen to be part of Presidents for Latino Student Success (P4LSS) and the Excelencia in Action network.  This important national network is comprised of college and university presidents and chancellors who commit to making their institutions learning environments where Latino students thrive and excel. The institutions in Excelencia’s network are transforming higher education.  Read more…

2021 – 2022 Emergency Assistance Application Now Available

If you are facing a one-time or short term financial emergency, we may be able to help. Berkeley City College is offering limited grants to assist students who are struggling with an urgent expense that might interfere with attending school or finishing your program. The grant is a college response to address emergency needs for Read more…

President’s Announcement

As we prepare to return to campus, I want to provide you with some important updates to help guide you in the process. I recognize how challenging the last year and a half have been for all of us. As we continue to work through this situation, I will continue to provide updates and encourage Read more…

BCC President Dr. Angélica Garcia Selected for Aspen Institute’s New Presidents Fellowship

BCC President Dr. Angélica Garcia Selected for Aspen Institute’s New Presidents Fellowship to Advance Student Success The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today announced that Dr. Angélica Garcia, President of Berkeley City College, is one of 25 leaders selected for the 2021-22 class of the Aspen New Presidents Fellowship. This program supports community college presidents in Read more…

Free Vaccinations

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement – Addendum for Students Statement of Policy: “As a condition of, and, for permission to access all properties controlled by the Peralta Community College District (PCCD) all students must provide proof of “full” COVID-19 vaccination (as defined by the U.S. Center for Disease Control) or submit a request for exception on medical, Read more…