Merrill Lynch recently gave Borough of Manhattan Community College $500,000 to help transform outdoor courtyard space into a bi-level student commons for study areas and student seating.
“This generous gift will help us restore some space to the students,” said BMCC President Antonio Pérez.
Borough of Manhattan Community College recently received $500,000 from J.P. Morgan Chase to transform a little used outdoor space into a glass-covered atrium housing a student lounge. The year-round structure would enclose some 4,800 square feet of space adjoining an area next to what was the student cafeteria
This project will provide contextualized, vocational English-language (VESL) instruction to 180 McDonald’s employees over the next two years.
With an audience of hundreds at the shell of Fiterman Hall, Council members Charles Barron and Alan Gerson, and BMCC President Antonio Perez, call for city to live up to its pledge to fund the building's restoration.
Borough of Manhattan Community College has received a $738,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under a nursing workforce diversity initiative.
December 29, 2015 The BMCC Veterans Resource Center led a donation drive from October 26 through December 4. The drive collected more than 350 articles of winter clothing valued at about $8,000, and more than 600 children’s toys valued at about $12,000, for families in need. Volunteers and staff collected items on the second...
Pearson Education, a leading education company, will give Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) a major gift of $200,000 for scholarships. The first round of scholarships will be awarded in April 2002.
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has received a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor under the JTPA initiative to assess employer skill needs for workers in New York City»s high tech industry. The college will also lead efforts to determine the gap between those needs and the skills available in the regional...
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has been awarded a five-year, $975,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The award will help fund Upward Bound, a program that assists high school students in preparing for and graduating from college.
BMCCªs Department of Mathematics has been awarded a $280,000 grant from the Department of Education for an innovative program that uses state-of-the-art technology to teach a higher level of analytic skills. A second grant of $470,000 was awarded for a collaborative program aimed at increasing the number of minority students in mathematics.