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See the December 8, 2018 commencement ceremony graduates from Bluefield College.
Bluefield College celebrates homecoming 2018, warmly welcoming alumni back to campus.
BC's Public Relations class hosted this event. Animals from the Tazewell County Animal Shelter came to campus to help students relieve stress during finals week on April 29, 2019.
Welcoming our future Rams to BC!
View pictures from Bluefield College's 97th Spring Commencement held on May 4, 2019.
The BC community celebrated their 41st annual Mud Pig Day from 10am-4pm on April 25, 2019!
April 13, 2019
Recognizing students named to the Spring 2017 President's and Dean's lists.
Recognition for students named to the fall 2017 President's and Dean's lists. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Check out all the photos and see all the new faces of incoming students participating in Ram Days 2018.
The skyline is changing at Bluefield College. The long-awaited $2.7 million expansion of the Science Center is occurring to make way for a third floor that will provide new academic space for biology and nursing.
Bluefield College employees are recognized for service and excellence during the school's year-end Faculty-Staff Awards Breakfast.
The Bluefield College family took part in the National Day of Prayer, May 3, 2018, joining people all over the country in prayer for unity. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Bluefield College Theatre presented the beloved classic The Wizard of Oz in April 2018, featuring BC theatre students and local youth. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
The Music Department presented its traditional Spring Choral Concert in April, featuring Variations, Masterworks Chorale, and Donna Voce. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
One hundred forty-six Bluefield College seniors accepted diplomas, May 5, during the school’s 96th Annual Spring Commencement.
Bluefield College students debut the 25th edition of the literary magazine The Bluestone Review.
Students in the class of 2018 Master of Arts in Education program present their research projects as part of their capstone course before graduation.
Spring 2018 graduating seniors in the Teacher Education Program present their student-teaching portfolios as part of their capstone course to graduate.
Students celebrated the school’s 40th Annual Mud Pig Day, April 26, 2018, featuring the traditional water slide and mud pit and other fun.
Bluefield College students use their Spring Break 2018 to serve on mission in Panama. Photos provided by the students.
Bluefield College celebrated the history, people, music, food and traditions of Appalachia with a series of activities in April, including a daylong Appalachian Festival. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Bluefield College Youth Theatre presented Diana Wynne Jones’ popular fantasy novel Howl’s Moving Castle, March 15-18, 2018. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Lectures from Fulbright Scholar Dr. Svetlana Ghenova headlined a series of Global Education Week activities. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
For six weeks in February and March, 18 current Bluefield College students called roughly 4,000 former BC students to solicit gifts for the Bluefield College Fund. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Bluefield College Theatre presented Carlo Goldoni’s comedy The Servant of Two Masters, February 8-11, 2018. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Bluefield College received one of its most significant individual gifts in school history from Dr. Donald W. Caudill to transform and name its School of Business.
Former music students were back on campus for a reunion and concert, led by onetime music professor Bryant Moxley. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
BC students and the community celebrated Black History Month with a variety of events hosted by the Black Student Alliance. Photos by Nathalia Lima.
Winter Commencement 2017, featuring remarks from entrepreneur Dr. Bobby Griffin and two distinguished BC graduates and the conferral of 78 degrees.
Bluefield College Law Enforcement Appreciation Week, recognizing the ways local law enforcement supports BC and its criminal justice students.
The Bluefield College Music Department presents Christmas at Bluefield, an annual celebration of the birth of Christ through choral and instrumental music performances.
Winning photographers and pics are recognized in the #new2BC Photo Contest Gala.
Alumni and friends bid to the tune of nearly $6,000 for student scholarships in the Homecoming Silent Auction.
A few class pics, lots of fellowship and reminiscing, and other miscellaneous Homecoming pics.
Students compete in a football throwing contest for scholarship dollars during the Homecoming Convocation.
Students crown the 2017 Homecoming Queen, King and Court.
Current and former students celebrate Homecoming '17 with the traditional Homecoming Dance.
Ram fans enjoy tailgating, even some compete in the Tailgate Challenge, before the football team claims a Homecoming win.
25 members of the class of 1967 and beyond are inducted into the Golden Graduate Society.
Former studetns share career advice with current students in the Ram-2-Ram Career Seminar
Current and former students in BC Theatre offer dinner with Steel Magnolias for Homecoming 2017.
Alumna Hannah Spicer Owens wins the inaugural Dr. Donna Watson Goodness and Light Award.
Alumni and friends culminate Homecoming 2017 with worship with Highlands Fellowship.
Three distinguished graduates are recognized for service and success, while two are inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame.
Meeting of the Alumni Association, where BC grads were elected to serve and recognized for service.
Eight students made first-time professions of faith and many others renewed their Christian commitments during Bluefield College’s 26th Annual Duremdes Christian Emphasis Week.
The BC family celebrated 25 years of men’s soccer with a dinner, current Rams soccer action, and an alumni soccer game, September 15, 2017.
Bluefield College students took part in a Spoken Word ceremony, a Prayer for Peace, and the hanging of peace ribbons to acknowledge the International Day of Peace, September 21.
Nearly 40 runners and walkers took part in Bluefield College’s 10th Annual Jason Elswick Memorial Scholarship 5K Challenge, September 16. Photos courtesy of Dr. Tom Brewster.
International students met September 3 to discuss award criteria for BC’s new Trent Argo Memorial Scholarship launching this fall. Details 276-326-4212.
President David Olive urges students to be “salt and light” during President’s Convocation and Founders’ Day to kick off the 2017-‘18 academic year.
Bluefield College gives away two $1,000 traditional student scholarships and full MBA tuition at the 2017 Graham-Beaver Great American Rivalry Series.
Photos from the 2017 session and graduation of Bluefield College’s New Opportunity School for Women, June 4-24.
Bluefield College student Andre Fourie shares the images from his study trip abroad to Nanjing, China, May 2017.