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A Letter from the President - August 2022

By Bay State College on August 31, 2022

Dear Bay State College Community, 

It’s hard to believe that we are already heading into another academic year. I hope you all enjoyed the summer and that you found time for well-deserved relaxation and recreation. Campus life has not slowed down since our May commencement. We’ve been busy planning for an exciting year ahead.  

The biggest news is our return to campus. Now that we are through what we hope is the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic, we expect more vibrancy in Boston and in Taunton. We've…

Bay State College Welcomes, Owen Record, as New Director of Esports!

By Bay State College on August 26, 2022

Bay State College is thrilled to announce our new Director of Esports, Owen Record! He joins the team with an impressive Esports resume and plans to take the Bay State College Esports Program to the highest level. We are looking forward to kick-off the Fall season with Owen at the helm and can't wait to see where he takes the program into the future.


Students interested in Esports are encouraged to tryout this semester for Overwatch, League of Legends, Fornite, and more! Have questions about…

Criminal Justice Academy and Health Sciences Boot Camp Launch Fall 2022

By Bay State College on June 21, 2022

Are you on the fence about college because you're not sure if you'll like your major? Or even college in general? We're offering a great opportunity to new students who find themselves in this situation.

Our Criminal Justice Academy and Health Sciences Boot Camp give you an opportunity to take relevant college courses online this fall at a discounted rate! Explore the coursework, talk one-on-one with professors and career counselors. It's a great way to dip your toes into Higher Educations without…

Celebrate Juneteenth!

By Bay State College on June 14, 2022

Juneteenth is celebrated on June 19th to commemorate the ending of slavery. This was when Galveston, Texas received the news of the end of the war and President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation (January 1863) by Major General Gordon Granger two years later in 1865.  


Celebrations surround the many accomplishments and contributions of African American culture on our society. While acknowledging the past, this holiday demonstrates the strength, beauty, and resilience of African American people…

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