Student Programs enriches student life through leadership opportunities, personal learning, and vibrant cultural experiences.
Our commitment is to foster success by helping students learn about themselves and others and by empowering them to contribute to a purposeful and diverse campus community.
We receive 100% of our funding from the Services and Activities Fee that is part of all students’ tuition. These funds are working directly for you, the student. Read more about How Your Fees are Spent.
Our Commitment to Social Justice
In Student Programs, we strive to ensure equity and opportunity for all students.
If you are a BC student who faces challenges securing food or housing that might affect your classroom performance, we urge you to contact our office for support.
We also urge you to notify your instructor about the issue if you are comfortable in doing so. Your instructor is able to refer you to the following offices for appropriate resources:
Multicultural Services office (MCS). The MCS mission is to build customized interventions for students needing support; staff can refer you to resources both on and off campus.
Our office (Student Programs). We are student life-focused and are well connected to campus resources. We can help you gain access to different sources of assistance on an emergency basis.
The Counseling Center. The Counseling Center @ BC assists in such areas as emotional needs, grief, academic counseling, thoughts of self-harm, and stress/relationship issues.
Student Programs also maintains the Bulldog Food Pantry, which serves all students, faculty and staff on campus. The pantry is located outside of the Student Programs office in Room C212.
Do you have more questions or need to discuss an issue not mentioned above?
Last Updated November 13, 2019