Here are some additional services the BMCC Single Stop office can assist you with. Students can call the Single Stop office at (212) 220-8195 or stop by Room S-230, 199 Chambers St. for more information. For additional campus resources please visit the Student Hub.
The Comprehensive Assistance and Retention Empowerment Services Program (CARES) was designed to assist BMCC students who are currently in foster care or have previously been in foster care. The goal of the CARES program is to create a sense of community among the population by providing students a single point of contact for supportive services. Students receive case management, referrals to social services off-campus and referrals to academic support services on campus, and are encouraged to participate in leadership programs which are designed to build confidence. Students will also have an opportunity to participate in workshops that are designed to help them to succeed academically.
The BMCC Foundation Emergency Fund program seeks to assist eligible students facing short-term emergencies. The program is able to assist with Transportation, Food, Small Grants, and Emergency Loans.
BMCC has been a recipient of the Carroll & Milton Petrie Grant since 2014. The Petrie Student Emergency Grant Fund Program seeks to assist eligible students coping with an unexpected hardship, so they may continue their education at BMCC and become financially aware and responsible for their continued education. Students who wish to apply for this grant must meet with Maxine Hunter in the Single Stop Office, Room S-230.
The Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) Lang Foundation Student Emergency Grant Fund Program seeks to assist the immigrant students with multiple issues, particularly costs associated with legal, educational, and personal needs.