The Fall River Campus includes these eleven buildings:

The Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center

With the professionally-equipped, 700-seat theater, complete with dressing rooms, a scene shop, and costume and makeup rooms, the Jackson Arts Center also features art studios, a graphic design computer lab, and exhibit space. The Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery is also located here, offering public art exhibits of many types. In the College’s television studio and post-production facility, students in the College’s Communication program use the professional three-camera studio, digital portable cameras, and digital editing workstations. The facility is also headquarters for Greater Fall River Community Media, where the community can learn production and even host their own show! The service is free and open to you. BCC Radio is also based here, with a public access radio station for hosting your own radio show. Free wireless Internet is available.

The Commonwealth College Center

The Lash Enrollment Center is located here, housing Admissions, Advisement, Counseling, Financial Aid, Health Services, Placement Testing, Registration, Records, and Student Accounts. Student offices, the BCC Bookstore, Fitness Center, Student Life office, cafeteria and lounge are also here. Free wireless access is also available.

The Siegel Health Technologies Building

Health Sciences programs are based here, with the BCC Child Care Center, Nursing lab, Dental Hygiene clinic, and College snack bar.

The Robert F. Stoico/FIRSTFED Business Technologies Building

Free wireless access is here for your use. Find a 60-station open computer lab for student use and a computer help desk for any computer-related problem. Six networked computer labs for business, office administration, and computer information systems, including a full multimedia learning lab, are available. You can pick up your accessBCC card in the Community Computing Lab.

The Eileen T. Farley Learning Resources Center

The Eileen T. Farley Learning Resources Center houses the Fall River Campus Library, the Lash Center for Teaching and Learning, Information Technology Services, eLearning and the Center for Instruction Technology Expertise. The Rodgers Cyber Café is a warm, comfortable lounge with free wireless access and refreshments available for purchase.

The Engineering Building

Access computer integrated manufacturing, soil, hydraulics, and pneumatics labs, computer-aided design (CAD) stations, and a robotics lab are all based here. Academic support programs in the Center for Developmental Education are also located here, including The Learning Commons.

The Hudnall Administration Building

Administrative offices, including the BCC Foundation and Campus Police, are found here.

The Rodgers Science Building

Physics, chemistry, and biology labs, the Koppelman Greenhouse, the planetarium, and aquaculture lab are available to students here.

The Mathematics and Science Building

This building houses dedicated science labs, a real coral reef aquarium, a multidisciplinary computer lab, environmental technology learning center, community services, and an interactive lecture hall.  Also located in this building is the Office of Disability Services (ODS).

The Facilities Building

Facilities, including capital projects, building and grounds operations and events scheduling; mailroom, shipping/receiving, and purchasing are located in here.

The John J. Sbrega Health and Science Technology Building

Building programs includes Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and Clinical Lab Science.

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