The college provides students with services to become successful both inside and outside of the classroom. These services assist in the personal, intellectual, and emotional development that complements a student's academic experience in the classroom.

A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library
Houses textbooks on reserve, paperbacks, periodicals and microfilm. Also, provides internet access, video, database training and copiers for students.

Academic Advisement & Transfer Center
Provides academic advisement to students on course selection; provides transfer information, academic audits, and information about the Out-In-Two Program. Provides non-traditional career students with workshops, academic advisement and support services.

Admissions Services
Provides enrollment assistance to incoming freshmen and transfer students.

Athletics, Recreation, & Intramurals
Offers BMCC community a full range of recreational activities including swimming, aerobics, and weight training. Intercollegiate teams are offered in men's soccer, women's volleyball, men's and women's basketball and baseball.

Bursar's Office
Provides services to students such as billing, check distribution, TAP certification and refunds.

Center for Career Development
Students are greeted by the friendly staff of the Center for Career Development (CCD) and receive comprehensive career planning services from professional career counselors. Our staff assists students in making informed decisions about an area of study; research occupations that match their personal interests; write a resume; practice interviewing, and help them prepare as candidates for internships and employment. Students also learn to clarify their career goals; develop effective communication and interpersonal skills; conduct job searches; and develop an electronic portfolio for employers to view as evidence of their skills, accomplishments and professional qualifications.

College Computing Center
Helping you stay connected
Students receive comprehensive career planning services from professional career counselors. Our staff assists students in making informed decisions about an area of study; research occupations that match their personal interests; write a resume; practice interviewing, and help them prepare as candidates for internships and employment.

The Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT)
The Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) is a student initiated comprehensive record of one's own participation and achievements outside of the classroom while enrolled at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). These activities foster the total development of the student and encourage life-long learning and responsible citizenship.

The College Opportunity to Prepare for Employment (COPE) Program
Addresses the needs of non-traditional families and individuals meeting specific income guidelines to reduce student barriers to education and employment.

Cooperative Education Department
Provides internships to students majoring in business, liberal arts, accounting, corporate and cable communications etc.

College Bookstore

College Discovery Program
Provides outreach and enrichment services, such as counseling, tutorial and financial assistance to selected students.

Counseling Center
Professional counselors and academic advisors provide information and support in the areas of career counseling, social, financial, personal and academic development.

CUNYfirst
CUNYfirst applications will replace older systems like SIMS and CUPS, helping us streamline and standardize many of the things we do at our colleges. FIRST represents the City University of New York’s project to implement the Oracle/Peoplesoft ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) set of applications to all members of the CUNY family from students to faculty to staff.

CUNY Student Policies and Procedures

Early Childhood Center
Provides highest quality child care and early education, and many additional services, to student parents and their children.

e-Tutoring
Helping you to understand course concepts that you are having trouble over the web.

Online Tutoring
Online Tutoring is one of the many ways that BMCC is extending its academics support services to students to make their college career a success. Online Tutoring provides students with live online tutorial sessions from anywhere they have internet access, as well as E-Tutoring (email tutoring) services.

Financial Aid Office
Helps students seeking financial assistance by providing counseling and other services related to establishing eligibility for federal and state awards.

Freshman Learning Academies
Freshman Learning Academies (FLA) offer first year full time students a seamless transition from high school to college. With five different learning academies to choose from, students have the option to choose a program that best suits their academic interests.

Health Services
Provides first aid, counseling workshops, and free immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella.

Instructional Technology
Offering computer support services for students via open lab and computer lab maintenance programs. Open lab services are provided on a drop-in basis.

Learning Assistance Programs
Provides students with support services to strengthen academic skills and meet their learning needs. We offer tutorial and instructional computer lab services and course-specific, non-print supplemental instructional materials.
- Basic Skills/English Lab
- College Discovery Tutoring - Reading Lab
- English as a Second Language Lab
- Learning Resource Center - Science Learning Center
- Math Lab
- Nursing Tutorial Lab
- Science Learning Center
- Reading Lab
- Writing Center

LGBTQ Services
LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff receive support through a number of programs including the LGBTQ Awareness Month, BMCC Safe Zone and the student organization "LGBT for Success."

Registrar's Office
Administers student's records. Provides transcripts and change of major forms. Allows students to file for graduation and make changes to their records; e.g. change of address.

Office of Accessibility
Provides disability-related services to students.

Public Safety
The BMCC Public Safety Service is here to foster the mission of the college by providing a safe, secure, and comfortable environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Peer Mentoring Program
The Peer Mentor program at BMCC aims to match students with mentors who will provide information, support and guidance toward their degree completion.

Scholarships, Awards & Other Opportunities
Academic scholarships can supplement the funding or be an alternate source of funding for your education. There are a number of scholarships available to students currently enrolled at BMCC who have attained a high degree of academic excellence.

Self-Help Housing Options
Securing affordable housing in New York can be very challenging. Whether you are relocating from abroad, currently a New York resident, or considering a change of your current living situation, the search for affordable housing is often bewildering and stressful.

Services for Student Veterans
Student Veterans Services serve the needs of prospective and enrolled service persons, veterans, their dependents, their survivors, and other persons eligible to receive education benefits under various Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) programs.

Student Activities
Plans and coordinates educational, cultural and social programs on campus in cooperation with the Student Government.

Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the student voice in the academic, cultural, and social affairs of the college.

Single Stop
Provides FREE referrals to services that can help address the needs of BMCC students.

Testing Office
Administers the Skills Assessment Testing and the CUNY Proficiency Exam

Volunteer in NYC
The Division of Student Affairs provides opportunities for students to develop meaningful partnerships with on-campus departments as well as local non-profit organizations, public schools, city government, and civic organizations through a wide variety of volunteer experiences.

Women's Center
Provides support services for the growth and development of women students.

Evacuation Procedures

What to do in case of an emergency

 
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