2012 President’s Timeline

March 5, 2013

It is with great enthusiasm that I share with you the debut of a new endeavor – The 2012 President’s Timeline.

This replaces the printed President’s Annual Reports and chronicles BC3’s achievements and successes of the past year.

Many students, faculty and staff are represented here, along with programs, awards and news stories. I am sure you will enjoy this new interactive format, which includes links to photos, videos and news articles. Read the rest of this entry »

BC3 @ LindenPointe: Phoenix Award

June 7, 2011

I have often said, “BC3 is proud to be Butler County’s community college.” I certainly do no waiver from such a statement; however, with our new regional vision, we certainly understand the College’s role as an institution of higher education in all of northwestern Pennsylvania.

Last week, the College was recognized for our successful efforts in Mercer County. Read the rest of this entry »

BC3 @ LindenPointe Expansion

February 2, 2011

The spring 2011 semester is off and running!

While this is certainly an exciting time at any of our BC3 campus locations, it is even more so at our BC3 @ LindenPointe in Hermitage, Mercer County.

BC3 @ LindenPointe¬†has expanded its footprint from an original 4,000 square foot facility to a beautiful, state-of-the art 20,000 square foot gem. Thanks to our own BC3 Education Foundation, Inc., BC3 @ LindenPointe has 8 new classrooms, 2 computer labs, 1 science lab, and outdoor patio, student lounges, and additional parking. Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Holidays

December 13, 2010

I can hardly believe I’m saying this, but… another semester is in the books! I certainly have a great deal to be thankful for as we head into the holiday break. Please, allow me to share.

For starters, I am so appreciative of my family. They are my support system; the inspiration and motivation behind all I do.

Where would we be without our faculty and staff? I give thanks to their dedication in making BC3 a regional leader in higher education. Read the rest of this entry »