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BMCC Honors 4.0 Achievers
BMCC recognizes more than 200 students who earn perfect 4.0 GPA.
Tuition vouchers for summer classes enable students to stay on track in completing their degrees.
BMCC Nurtures Adult Students
After years in the workforce, two adults earn their high school equivalency diploma at BMCC.
More than ninety employers attend event.
Eighteen graduates complete intensive training for dual CISCO computer network certification.
BMCC continues to rank as one of the nation’s top colleges for awarding associate degrees according to the 2015 Community College Week Top 100 report.
Like any other day, the hallways at 199 Chambers Street were filled with students rushing to class, chatting with friends or making plans for the weekend.
CUNYwide students gather at BMCC on the 14th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11, and kickoff their first year as CUNY Service Corps members.
Research That Holds Water
Science major Crystal Mena and Professor Kibrewossen Tesfagiorgis correlate flooding and rainfall.
BMCC Students Save for Success
A new program supported by the Citi Foundation helps students build their financial know-how at no cost.
BMCC caught up with several new and returning students on the first day of the Fall 2015 semester.
Alex Guarino and Sayaka Ohshima take part in the Babson College/Banco Santander Entrepreneurship Program.
With a focus ranging from metal-tolerant bacteria to parabolic bridge cable, BMCC students tackle research projects led by a faculty mentor.
Students will benefit from expanded STEP and C-STEP programs at BMCC, thanks to funding from the New York State Education Department.
BMCC is leading the way among CUNY schools in its campus sustainability efforts.
Students from across the nation applied to the program but only 18 were selected.
Poster presentations serve as culminating showcase event for student research.
Professor K. E. Saavik Ford and engineering science major Ricardo Nunes analyze the light inside active galactic nuclei—and build understanding of black holes.
Pipeline to Success
Five BMCC graduates receive full scholarships to attend NYU through POISE, the Pipeline Opportunities for Inter-College Stem Education Program.
The Inner Fabric of Leadership
BMCC President Antonio Perez publishes “Inner Fabric of Leadership” blog in Huffington Post.