COVID-19 information and how to get ready for Summer and Fall 2021
Meet the Admissions Team
We host a variety of admissions events and information sessions throughout the year to help students learn more about the college and meet our admissions team. For the safety of students, faculty, staff and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bristol is currently not holding in-person tours or information sessions. But, the college’s Admissions team is here to help with a virtual alternative!
We invite you to attend an upcoming information session for an overview of the college and its admissions process. Check out our schedule here: Campus Tours and Information Sessions.
Bristol's Admissions Counselors are here to assist you in the enrollment process. We invite you to learn more about our counselors and coverage areas in the biographies below.
If you have any questions after attending a session, you're welcome to schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of our counselors! This is a great opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance specific to your intended plans for beginning at Bristol.
Bliss joined Bristol Community College's Admissions team in 2016. Prior to her work at Bristol, she served two major universities as an admissions professional and instructor. She has a background in fine arts and earned her Masters in Fine Arts at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Bliss is passionate about higher education, the arts, and music, and she looks forward to meeting you on the Taunton campus where her office resides!
Bliss works with students from the following towns: Bridgewater, Brockton, Dighton, E. Bridgewater, Easton, Middleboro, Raynham, Rehoboth, Taunton, W. Bridgewater, Whitman and Hanson.
Jenna started at Bristol Community College in 2007. Before joining Admissions in 2011, she worked in a variety of roles at the college, including adjunct instructor, advisor, grant coordinator, and as a staff member in the Testing Office. She is a proud graduate of Bishop Stang High School and earned her bachelor’s degree in communication from Fairfield University. She also holds a Masters of Education degree, with a concentration in Educational Leadership. Jenna currently resides in New Bedford with her family.
Jenna works with students from the following towns: Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Marion, Mattapoisett, New Bedford and Rochester.
Rob was born and raised in Attleboro and graduated from Attleboro High School. He graduated from Bridgewater State University with a degree in Philosophy (minor in Psychology) and then earned a Master of Education degree from Suffolk University in Boston, studying Administration of Higher Education. Throughout his 20-year career in higher education, Rob has held a variety of roles in student affairs and enrollment administration at a diverse group of colleges and universities in eastern Massachusetts. Rob has been Bristol's representative in Admissions for the Attleboro campus since 2012.
Rob works with students from the following towns: Attleboro, Bellingham, Franklin, Foxboro, Mansfield, North Attleboro, Norton, Plainville and Seekonk. He also assists Rhode Island students, in particular students from Cranston, Cumberland, Central Falls, East Providence, Johnston, North Providence, Providence, Pawtucket, Warwick and Woonsocket.
Jennie has worked at Bristol Community College for eight years in a various roles, including Financial Aid Counselor and Adjunct Instructor. She is originally from New Bedford and is a New Bedford High School graduate. Jennie earned her Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from Bristol Community College and used the MassTransfer Program to enroll at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth to study Marketing. She went on to earn a Masters in Business Administration with concentrations in marketing and management.
Jennie works with students from the following towns: Berkley, Fall River, Freetown, Lakeville, Somerset, Swansea and Westport. She also assists Rhode Island students, in particular from Barrington, Bristol, Little Compton, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth, Tiverton and Warren.
Cochise, a leading authority on first-generation students, is a graduate of Northeastern University and attained a Masters of Education from University of Massachusetts Boston. Cochise garnered more than a decade of professional experience at Harvard University, where he wore many hats focused on empowering first-generation students with support and success. Prior to Harvard, Cochise worked at Roxbury Community College, where he had direct experience organizing professional workshops for inspiring first-generation students to strive for excellence as well as cultivating partnerships with area schools and community agencies. He is also a senior board member at The Dimock Center, the second largest health center in Massachusetts.
Cochise works with multicultural students from throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.