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Built in 1973, Bunker Hill Community College’s Charlestown Campus is situated on approximately 42 acres in the historic Charlestown neighborhood of Boston. As BHCC’s main campus, the Charlestown location features state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and other facilities for all of the College’s programs, including nursing and allied health, domestic and international business, hospitality and culinary arts, early childhood development, electronics, and computer applications. The Charlestown Campus also features the BHCC Art Gallery.
The Chelsea Campus of Bunker Hill Community College is situated in the historic, former Post Office facility at 175 Hawthorne Street in Bellingham Square. Providing higher education and job training opportunities to residents of Chelsea, Revere, Everett, East Boston, Winthrop and other surrounding communities, the campus is actively involved in the community through partnerships with community based organizations, social service organizations, Chambers of Commerce, the City of Chelsea and the Chelsea Public Schools.
Several MBTA bus lines stop directly outside the front door of the campus, making it easily accessible by public transportation. The College also provides free shuttle service between the Charlestown and Chelsea campuses. Day students may park in metered spaces on streets adjacent to Bellingham Square.
All allied health certificate programs, including medical assistant, patient care technician, central processing, surgical technology, and emergency medical technician (EMT) are based in Chelsea. In fall 2012, a new pharmacy technician certificate began, and planning is now underway for a new paramedic associate degree program. The Chelsea Campus offers laboratory science in biology, offering multiple sections of Human Biology and Anatomy & Physiology I and II. Chelsea also houses a full array of foundation and elective courses leading to college degrees and certificates. Chelsea is also home to the College’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program which offers GED Spanish and Basic English for Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) classes. The program is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Bunker Hill Community College offers a range of educational opportunities at our three satellite campuses, each intended to serve the distinct needs and interests of the host communities - Malden, East Boston, and the South End.
The curricula available at the satellites allow students to prepare for workforce advancement while earning credits toward an associate degree or certificate in several of the wide variety of fields offered by the college. Programs include foundation courses that fulfill general education requirements as well as courses in response to community interest, such as offerings in computer technology, business management and hospitality.
Boston, Massachusetts, often referred to as the “Cradle of Liberty” for its role in instigating the American Revolution in the late 18th Century.
Boston is a thriving metropolis of more than 625,000 residents. More than 250,000 students go to college in Boston and Cambridge, Boston’s neighboring city across the Charles River. There are more than 100 colleges in the Greater Boston area. As a result, the city is filled with students, recent graduates and young professionals, who give the old-world city a youthful, exciting atmosphere.
Boston has remained a world-class city by its ability to grow and evolve with the times, and very often, its propensity for staying ahead of the times. With the plentiful supply of college students and graduates, Boston has become a hotbed of research and innovation in industry. The crop of local college graduates has also attracted many businesses in the thriving high technology, biomedical, and healthcare industries, which keep Boston at the center of discovery.
Boston is also one of the most culturally significant and cosmopolitan cities in America. Home to dozens of museums, galleries, performing arts organizations and major sports teams, Boston is the unofficial cultural capital of New England. With so much sophistication in one city, there is always something to do and see.
Getting around Boston is very easy. Known as a “walking city,” Boston is also home to America’s first subway system, which is part of an intricate network of public transportation in the Greater Boston area. Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) is located on one of the system’s stops - Community College Station on the Orange Line - making your commute to and from BHCC even easier.