Posted in January 2022

Bay State College Esports 2021 Roundup

By Bay State College on January 31, 2022

Welcome to the Bay State College Esports Semester Round-Up! It has been an exciting semester for our Esports teams. Each team has competed and placed in an array of prestigious tournaments, some in the largest national tournaments of their game. 


Our Bay State League of Legends team competed in the East-Yellow region of the Championship division in the NECC (National Esports Collegiate Conference). We finished 9 and 0 in the regular season, with an 18-0 in map score rounding out a perfect season…

OADN Nursing Honor Society Launches Oral Health Drive

By Bay State College on January 31, 2022

Bay State College's OADN Nursing Honor Society is organizing an Oral Health Drive to support local domestic violence non-profit, Casa Myrna.  OADN will be accepting donations of items specified below at both Boston and Taunton campuses from January 31 through February 25. Boxes will be located near the vending machines in Boston and in the Café-Common area in Taunton. 

Your donation and support is much appreciated!




Items Needed:

  • Adult and children's toothbrushes
  • Adult and children's…

Build Your Brand, Advance in the Business World, Join DECA

By Bay State College on January 20, 2022

The Bay State College chapter of DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of America, has gone full steam ahead into the New Year. Fueled by the leadership, energy and enthusiasm of our own Dr. Raymond Guillette, this collegiate association will help you achieve your career goals. 

What is DECA? 

DECA is a collegiate club that prepares students for success in the business world. Its mission is to support the development of emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management…

5 Tips for Getting Ready for the First Day of College

By Bay State College on January 7, 2022

You are starting college soon and may be wondering how to be sure you are ready. You have taken care of childcare, your work what?


Here are some last-minute things you can do to prepare for your first day. 




  • A space of one's own.  Find a space for studying and doing school work in your home. This may be a desk, the kitchen table or even a designated chair with a lap desk in the living room where you will be free of distractions during your study time. If you live with…