Graduation Commencement

Graduation season is upon us and our very own Berkeley City College Commencement is happening on Friday, May 28th at 6pm. We cannot wait to see you all of our graduates “cross” our virtual stage as Berkeley City College graduates! 


Since we are able to have our commencement online this year, we have decided to add something special to make your graduation day a little more fun. We have our own Instagram and Facebook filter! Use the hashtag #BCCGrad2021 to appear on our social wall!


In order to access this unique filter, please follow the easy steps below: 


  1. Click on the link below on your phone. This will only work if you do so on your phone! 



  1. You will be directed to the app and the filter should appear! Use the hashtag #BCCGrad2021

(please make sure you have the most updated version of the app in order for the filter to work!)


Here is our commencement program. Please double check to make sure that we have your name spelled correctly. We are using the same name that was on your graduation petition. If you see a spelling error, please contact by May 18th.


We look forward to seeing all of you on Friday, May 28th at 6pm! Please be on the lookout for a link to the commencement ceremony on this page next week:

Community College Survey of Student Engagement

We are asking students to take the Community College Survey of Student Engagement to help administrators, faculty, and staff at Berkeley City College find the best ways to make classes, programs and services better.  Your responses will remain confidential. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey.  When you finish the survey, you will qualify for a gift card drawing.

The survey is now closed as of 6/7/2021.

Class of 2021 Graduates Info

For graduates of the Class of 2021…

On behalf of the Berkeley City College community, we’d like to invite you to the Class of 2021 virtual commencement ceremony. Celebrate your graduation with your classmates, family members, favorite professors, and members of our community. You should have received a link to fill out your information through text at the number we have on file.

If you did not receive a text or if you need to make changes, please use the following link here: 
Please submit all your information by May 4th by 5pm.

The link to our commencement will be available on the week of May 24h for you to share. Please check this page for the link during the week of May 24th:

Thank you and we look forward to celebrating your success at our virtual commencement at 6pm on Friday, May 28th!

Need Legal Immigration Help? Make an appointment

Need Legal help? Make an appointment:

Click here to schedule an appointment

This service is made available to Community College students to provide Legal Service help to Immigrant and Undocumented students. 

Immigration Services

Free immigration legal services are available to students, staff and faculty affiliated with the Community Colleges. Priority for services is given to undocumented students, staff and faculty. The immigration legal service providers offering services at the 65 campuses have developed scheduling, intake, and reporting processes that ensure student information remains confidential and protected. While all legal providers offer legal consultations and basic immigration benefit application assistance, some providers may offer additional services.

Basic immigration legal assistance includes:

  • Legal Consultations to Screen for Immigration Relief
  • Deferred Action fro Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewals
  • Family-based petitions
  • Naturalization/Citizenship applications

Education and Outreach activities (e.g. webinars) cover topics such as:

  • Avoiding fraudulent legal services
  • Know Your Rights Presentations (KYR)
  • Family Preparedness/Childcare Safety Plans
  • Public Charge information

Services not currently funded (referrals may be provided):

  • Removal Defense
  • Asylum Applications

Please refer to the website for a list of Immigration Legal Service Providers



It’s time to choose your next student government. You will have the opportunity to read about the candidates and proposition and decide who you think should represent you. The role of this organization is to empower the student voice on campus through active participation in shared governance meetings, increase club participation, and assist students in reaching their goals at Berkeley City College. Click here to vote!

Looking For an on Campus Job?

Apply Now!

Apply to be an Ambassador


Application Opens: Spring 2021
Deadline to Apply: April 16th, 2021

Applications will be done online and you will need a resume for submission – reach out, get help and start working on yours today! 

 *please review the sample timeline so that you are aware of the potential important dates

We are looking for eager individuals who are:

✓ Interested in growing in their leadership role
✓ Interested in becoming more professional in the work environment
✓ Interested in supporting new and continuing students at BCC
✓ Committed and passionate about promoting educational success!

Please review the Job Description to find out more about responsibilities and qualifications

Minimum Requirements:

✓ Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
✓ Have at LEAST one full year left at BCC (a full year is comprised of 3 full semesters)
✓ Be a full time student (5 unit minimum)
✓ Able to attend mandatory weekly staff meetings every Wednesday from 12:30pm-1:30pm
✓ Must have the ability to show up on time frequently for the majority of their shifts

*The link to the job description has the complete list of qualifications- BE SURE TO REVEIW IT

Chancellor Announcement: PeopleSoft Upgrade Phase One Complete

Dear Peralta Community,
Earlier this week, the Peralta Community College District completed Phase One of our technology upgrade of Oracle’s PeopleSoft system. This has been an all consuming project. Together, we did it.

With Phase One complete, we have successfully moved our enterprise system for finance, human resources, and student data management to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Moving to the Oracle Cloud improves our cyber security and provides increased protection of student and employee personal information. It also provides for enhanced disaster recovery (let us hope that aspect is not needed).

Also included in Phase One was the upgrade of our tools Passport, PROMT, and ONE Peralta to PeopleSoft version 9.2. The names of the tools and the URLs have changed, while the functions and workflows remain the same for now.

Passport is now known as Campus Solutions. We’ve created a landing page for students at Employees can navigate to Campus Solutions here:
PROMT has been replaced by Campus Solutions and Human Capital Management. We’ve created a landing page for Employees here to help guide you to the right place:
The URL for Campus Solutions is – Faculty should use this site for accessing the Faculty Center, schedule search, rosters, grades and other tasks about classes or students.
The URL for Human Capital Management is – Faculty and other employees should use this site to view checks, benefits, W-2, update personal information and other HR related functions.
ONE Peralta has been replaced with Finance Management, now located at

Run for Student Government

Spring 2021 Elections

Have you been looking for a way to get involved in your community at Berkeley City College? Do you have amazing ideas for different events that you want to see come to life? Joining ASBCC (student government) is the opportunity for that! By joining ASBCC, you are able to plan events that will have a direct impact on the student population, build your leadership and public speaking skills, and give back and support the students at Berkeley City College!

You can find the application by clicking here. The application deadline is Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 at 5PM and is due to the Director of Student Activities & Campus Life at 


  • Represent students in participatory governance.
  • Plan campus life events that improve the student experience.
  • Grow your network and develop professional relationships.
  • Leadership development and public speaking skills.
  • Travel to state and national conferences to represent students.
  • Gain experience and build your resume.
  • Opportunities to build leadership skills.


  • A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Be enrolled in a minimum of five (5) semester units at Berkeley City College
  • Be in good standing with the College and District. Students on academic, progress and/or disciplinary probation CANNOT serve on the ASBCC.


Student Government Applications will be available starting: Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

Application Package deadline: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 at 5pm to the Office of Student Activities & Campus Life


Students will be able to vote online on: Tuesday, April 13th, 2021 at 8am until Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 at 11:59pm.



Office of Student Activities and Campus Life

John Nguyen, Director of Student Activities and Campus Life
Room 151
(510) 981-2877