Posted in January 2021

Jeff Mason Appointed Dean of the College and Chief Academic Officer

By Bay State College on January 22, 2021

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:

Project Zero: Digital Equity Initiatives

By Bay State College on January 14, 2021

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. 

Program Name

Spring 2021 Savings

Nursing $200-$300
Health Sciences $500-$600
Physical Therapist…

Start the New Year with a Plan! Begin Your Application for Spring Term 2!

By Bay State College on January 11, 2021

At Bay State College, we offer a career-focused education that will provide you with the skills you need to be a desirable candidate in the workplace. Today's job market is evolving. People no longer stay in the same position or with the same company for decades. To be competitive, you need to be adaptable, able to access and analyze information, and act on it. Bay State College’s innovative curriculum prepares you with the skills and knowledge that you need to succeed and thrive. 

Unlike most colleges…

New Health & Mindfulness Series

By Bay State College on January 8, 2021

One of the most important factors to success is taking care of your mind and body. Based on the book, The New Science of Learning by Terry Doyle and Todd Zakrajsek, the authors state, “One of the most important new insights into how the human brain learns is that it needs to be able and ready to learn if it is to work at its best. Showing up to class without proper sleep, and without regular exercise and without eating or hydrating will cause your brain to operate inefficiently, making learning even…