Women's History Month - March 1st through March 31st - celebrates the vital role of women in American history and around the world. The month-long celebration started in 1981 when "Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28 which authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as Women's History Week," according to the Women's History Month website. This changed from Women's History Week to month in 1987 by the National Women's History Project and as a result, Congress passed…
Tending to your mental health does not only have to be about talk therapy and practicing self-care. Physical health and wellness plays a large role in brain functioning, including managing anxiety and stress. In addition to exercise, drinking plenty of water, and eating balanced meals, there are many other ways to help reduce anxiety in your daily routines. One of these ways is through the type of food you eat. Learning more about what foods work best for you as well as maintaining an "anti-anxiety…
Cover letters can be helpful to showcase your skillsets and qualifications to potential employers.
However, writing a cover letter can feel overwhelming especially for those that may lack work experience. Depending on the job description and skillsets you want to highlight, we have organized several different approaches you can consider when crafting your next cover letter…
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Jeff Mason as Bay State College’s Chief Academic Officer and Dean of the College!
Jeff joined the BSC in 1994 as an instructor in the Department of English. He has held several leadership positions at the college during his tenure, most recently rising from Associate Dean of Academic Affairs to Interim Dean of the College and Chief Academic Officer.
Jeff is a driving force in reimagining Bay State College’s future. He has been a key partner in:
Bay State College has established a new Digital Equity Initiative which saves you the cost of having to purchase textbooks since materials are now available online. Through the new initiative, faculty and staff will work to make outstanding online course materials available to students at little to no cost. Please find your program and the estimated first-year savings below.
Spring 2021 Savings