Campus Safety

September 30, 2008

A College goal, as well as one of my own presidential goals as approved by the Board or Trustees for the 2008-09 academic year, pertains to campus safety. 

BC3 took a major step in its proactive safety plan when our Board of Trustees approved a firearms policy for campus police.  The policy was approved at the September Trustees meeting and includes proper training opportunities for our police department.  Read the rest of this entry »

Stormy Situation

September 15, 2008

Fallen Tree on BC3 Main Campus

As you know, remnants from Hurricane Ike travelled to Butler County Sunday evening.  BC3’s main campus was bit especially hard, while our off-campus locations were spared.

At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, Director of Operations Brian Opitz notified me that there was damage to BC3’s main campus. Read the rest of this entry »

Constitution Day

September 11, 2008

Undoubtedly, one of the best privileges we have as United States citizens is the right to vote

On September 17, BC3 will host a variety of Constitution Day events in the Succop Theater.  All will help you further understand the importance of the voting process in preparation for the November Presidential election. Read the rest of this entry »

BC3 Pioneers

September 6, 2008
BC3 Pioneer Athletics

BC3 Pioneer Athletics

Today is a college football Saturday.  One of my alma maters, Penn State, is hosting Oregon State University. 

State College is buzzing with activity.  Over 108,000 fans will cram Beaver stadium, donning blue and white to cheer on their beloved Nittany Lions.  Read the rest of this entry »

Labor Day

September 1, 2008

Labor Day is on the calendar to pay tribute to those workers who make America so great. 

We have many working students at BC3. I admire you juggling the rigors of college with the demands of employment. 

As tough as it may be, don’t forget to put your studies first.  Countless surveys indicate the more education an individual receives, the more money that individual will make over a lifetime. Read the rest of this entry »