What is the Off-Site Program?

Borough of Manhattan Community College has a total of four off site locations where BMCC students can take courses during the fall and spring semesters.

Where are the locations of the off site locations?

John Jay College is located at 500 West 56th Street at 10th Avenue.
Inwood is located at 5030 Broadway between 213th and 214th Streets.
Brooklyn College is located at 2900 Bedford Avenue.
Lehman College is located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West in the Bronx.

What are the directions to the off site locations?

To get to the John Jay College location take the A, B, C, D, or 1 train to 59th Street and Columbus Circle and walk west to 10th Avenue and then south to 56th Street.

To get to the Inwood location take the A train to 207th Street.
Walk 3 blocks north to 213th and Broadway. Or you can take the No.1 train to 215th Street and Broadway. When you exit the station just walk one block south and the building is there on 214th Street and Broadway.

To get to Brooklyn College you can take the 2 or 5 trains to the Flatbush Avenue/Nostrand Avenue station.

To get to Lehman College you can take the No. 4 train to Kingsbridge Road. The campus is a 5 minute walk from the train station. You can enter the campus at Gate 12 and walk directly to Carmen Hall.

What types of courses are offered at the off site locations?

The courses offered off- site varies from semester to semester. But the majority of courses are from the General Education curriculum that is required for all BMCC students regardless of your major.

Will the courses I take off site apply towards major?

Yes, the credited courses that are offered off site will apply to your major because they are part of the General Education curriculum.

Do you offer classes off site during the summer?

We do not offer off-site classes during the summer.

What services do you provide offsite?

We provide some of the student services that are provided at the downtown locations. They include access to computer labs, academic advisement and early registration.

To whom should I speak If I have a question about off site classes?

BMCC maintains an administrative office at each location to provide support for students and faculty. There is an Off Site Coordinator or Office Assistant on duty at each administrative office while classes are being conducted.

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