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Financial Aid

BMCC Adult Continuing Education strives to provide our students with flexible financial aid, so your focus remains in obtaining the education and career you deserve.  

**Additional financial assistance for our Healthcare and IT programs is available for the 2013 school year.

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1. Split Fees/Installment Payments - Pay 60% of the course fee by the first date of class, with the balance due before the course reaches the mid-point. Learners will be charged a $25 fee for choosing this option. Contact Mary McIntyre at 212-346-8423 for more information.

2. ITG Vouchers - New York City residents may be eligible for training vouchers thru the local unemployment office, now known as the NYC Division of Small Business Services. The vouchers are known as Individual Training Grants (ITG) and can be obtained by working with a career counselor at one of the SBS's Workforce1 Career Centers. Check out the list of Workforce1 Career Centers in NYC and begin the ITG process.

3. CUNY Continuing Education Certificate Programs Scholarship - This scholarship is tailored to the needs of individuals enrolling in adult continuing education programs. CUNY Continuing Education Certificate Programs Scholarship is open to individuals seeking to advance their careers by learning and gaining new skills but may not have access to other sources of funding for tuition and fees. The scholarship may be awarded for courses in any field: credit, non-credit, single courses, courses part of certificate programs, etc. For more information, contact Mary McIntyre at mmcintyre@bmcc.cuny.edu

4. POST 9/11 and Montgomery GI Bill - The Veterans Administration offers a training voucher for men and women that have served in our Armed Forces. You may use these benefits for degree, certificate, correspondence, apprenticeship/on-the-job training programs, and vocational flight training programs. In certain circumstances, remedial, deficiency, and refresher training may also be available. You can apply by visiting the New York City VA Regional Office (245 W. Houston Street in Greenwich Village), calling 1800-827-1000 or applying online with the United State Department of Veteran Affairs.

5. AARP WorkSearch Program - The AARP Foundation offers a career counseling service for New Yorkers 40 yrs. of age and older. For area residents 55 and older, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) could help you find your next career opportunity or access a training program to lead you there by providing financial support for low-income seniors. Call the AARP office at 212-423-9922 or browse through AARP WorkSearch Website for more details.

6. DC 37 Members - Many of the courses in this catalogue are reimbursable for NYC employees who are members of District Council 37. The courses you choose can be credit or non-credit courses, as well as courses offered online. For general information, to check eligibility or to request a tuition reimbursement application, call 212-815-1663 or please visit: District Council 37, AFSCME, AFL-CIO