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Frequently Asked Questions

BMCC provides you with access to technology to help you with your studies. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about these services. If further assistance is needed, you can call the Service Desk ast (212) 220-8379 or email servicedesk@bmcc.cuny.edu..


There are computer labs in the Chambers St., Murray St. and Fiterman Hall Buildings. Visit Instructional Technology.services for a list of days and hours. Our LabStats app will let you know how many computers are currently open in any of the locations.

There are computer labs in the Chambers St., Murray St. and Fiterman Hall Buildings. Visit Instructional Technology.services for a list of days and hours. Our LabStats app will let you know how many computers are currently open in any of the locations.

These instructions will help you set up your email account on your phone.

The Office of Public Safety can help you get your ID.

The college does not maintain a waiting list for admission into the nursing program. Some students have found it necessary to apply two or three times before being admitted to the nursing program. However, other eligible students, but with a lower Admission test score, a lower GPA in the four required pre-requisite courses and a lower overall GPA have not been admitted in successive years.

Please be aware that Undeclared Health (UDH) students who have not been admitted into the nursing program by the completion of the 30th credit will be required to select another major. If you receive financial aid and do not change your major by the 30th credit, there may be a disruption in your financial aid award.

Students are selected for admission into the Nursing Program based on their combined overall average in the Kaplan Admission Test, their GPA in the four required pre-requisite courses (ENG 101, PSY 100, MAT 104, and BIO 425), and their overall GPA for courses applicable to the nursing curriculum.ur major by the 30th credit, there may be a disruption in your financial aid award.

All nursing courses are offered in the spring and fall semesters.

Here are instructions for you to access Blackboard.

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Phone: (212) 220-8230


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