Campus Partners

The Office of Student Success & Transition

In your first-year at Berea College you are automatically apart of the FRESH Start initiative. There are a variety of opportunities on campus and it can sometimes be daunting trying to navigate all of them. Join your peers in the classroom in WELL 101 and WELL 102 to explore the dimensions of wellness fully and take time to engage in the variety of opportunities throughout campus. Whether you attend events so that your hall can win the coveted Pinnacle Cup, or because you simply want a smoother transition into college life, we welcome you to explore and find your balance here at Berea College.

 Christian Center (CCC)

The Campus Christian Center serves the larger educational mission of the College by providing:

  • Convocations
  • Lectureships
  • Occasional spiritual retreats
  • Worship
  • Prayer
  • Devotional study of Christian scripture, and
  • Interfaith conversation

Center for International Education (CIE)

Berea College’s Francis and Louise Hutchins Center for International Education fosters an understanding of, and respect for, all peoples of the earth. The understanding and respect for all peoples of the earth are achieved through education abroad, exchange programs, international programming on campus, international student services, and teaching abroad.

Alumni Relations

Alumni Relations aims to service the alumni of Berea college by connecting, engaging, supporting, and finding resources for Berea alums. This service includes job opportunities, alumni events, alumni awards, and much more.

Center for Excellence in Learning Through Service (CELTS)

The Center for Excellence in Learning Through Service educates students for leadership in service and social justice through promotion and coordination of academic service-learning and student-led community service.


Athletics- The official place for all things Berea Athletics. Berea Athletics encompasses Berea sports, BC Cheerleading, and Intramurals.

Black Cultural Center (BCC)

The mission of the Black Cultural Center is to provide services that support the needs of African American people at Berea College. We do this through;

  • co-curricular programs
  • leadership development
  • intercultural/interracial understanding opportunities
  • academic excellence strategies, and
  • other experiences


Carter G. Woodson Center (CGWC)

The Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education will foster communication around Berea College’s Great Commitment: To assert the kinship of all people and provide interracial education with a particular emphasis on understanding and equality among blacks and whites.