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About Bristol Community College
Main campus is in a quiet residential neighborhood conveniently located near MA Route 24 and Interstate 195, the beautiful Elsbree Street Campus offers 90 acres of room with 9 buildings, ample parking, a student activities field, and tennis and basketball courts all resting next to our pond with a fitness course and walking trails.
Nine buildings house our programs, classrooms and resources that include a professionally equipped 700 seat theater, art gallery, dedicated nursing and computer labs, a greenhouse, planetarium, aquaculture lab and interactive lecture halls. A new Science and Health building will open in Spring 2016. The Workforce Center is located on the waterfront about a mile from Elsbree Street and offers noncredit and credit programming.
The New Bedford Campus has a full-service Enrollment Center with admissions, advisement, and financial aid counselors as well as academic support services, a library, bookstore, cyber café, student lounge, and the most modern computer labs available.
The Attleboro Campus offers day, evening and weekend classes in a bright, new state-of-the-art facility. Located in the Attleboro Corporate Center off of Forest Street or Pleasant St. (Rt. 123), the newly renovated campus is handicap accessible, with ample and convenient parking. All classrooms are SMART classrooms, with biology, chemistry, and computer labs.
Main campus is located in Fall River, Massachusetts.
Fall River is a city in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. Fall River's population was 88,857 at the 2010 census,making it the tenth-largest city in the state.
Located along the eastern shore of Mount Hope Bay at the mouth of the Taunton River, the city became famous during the 19th century as the leading textile manufacturing center in the United States. While the textile industry has long since moved on, its impact on the city's culture and landscape remains to this day. Fall River's official motto is "We'll Try," dating back to the aftermath of the Great Fire of 1843. It is also nicknamed "the Scholarship City" because Dr. Irving Fradkin founded Dollars for Scholars here in 1958.
Fall River is known for the Lizzie Borden case, Portuguese culture, its numerous 19th-century textile mills and Battleship Cove, the world's largest collection of World War II naval vessels and the home of the USS Massachusetts (BB-59). Fall River is also the only city in the United States to have its city hall located over an interstate highway.
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