BC3 is a commuter campus. Our students live at home and work in their communities. Part of the challenge these days is to balance school, work, and activities.
Contact the Office of Student Life to join over 20 clubs and organizations, to learn about The Executive Council for Students, and to obtain a Student Handbook which tells you everything you need to know about being a student at BC3.
Each orientation program is 3 hours and Includes a campus tour, plus time for you to buy your books, get a photo ID, and parking pass for the year.
The Office of Student Life plans social activities and events for students to participate in throughout the year, from Movie Days in the Student Union to Monster Madness at Halloween to the Spring Fling semi-formal in April, and you can get involved!
Also, there are trips to see the Pittsburgh Penguins, My Fair Lady, and The Lion King at the Benedum in Pittsburgh and to Seven Springs Resort for skiing in the winter.
See Campus Life for details about upcoming events.
To help you succeed in the classroom, there are counseling and advising services to provide support.