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Getting Ready for Study in the U.S.

Now that you have your F-1 visa, it’s time to plan your trip and prepare for your time in the U.S. 1. Arrange your travel and housing accommodations Book your flight: We know you are excited for your upcoming trip and may want to arrive in the U.S. early to look for housing and...

Safe Zone Allies, continued

Maryles, Kayla Student Activities and Civic Involvement Room: S-230K Phone: (212) 346-8408 Email: kmaryles@bmcc.cuny.edu Matarese, Maureen Academic Literacy and Linguistics Room: S-638 Phone: (212) 220-1428 Email: mmatarese@bmcc.cuny.edu McGee, Lynn Public Affairs Room: F-1230S Phone: (212) 346-8523 Email: lmcgee@bmcc.cuny.edu McGee, Michael Health Education Room: N-799U Phone: (212) 220-8000 Ext 7131 Email: mmcgee@bmcc.cuny.edu Meltreger, Yuliya Financial...

The Life of Mary Rogers

The Show Must Go On Originally scheduled to open in spring 2020 on stage in Tribeca Performing Arts Center Theater II, the production was temporarily halted due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Now, the production has taken on a new life in the form of a four part audio musical. Students and faculty rehearsed and...

Frequently Asked Questions About Let’s Talk

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about the Counseling Center's Lets Talk program. 1. What is Let’s Talk? Let's Talk is a program for currently enrolled students that provides easy access to informal and confidential consultations with counselors from the Counseling Center. The purpose of Let’s Talk is to provide a pre-counseling...

Faculty Research: Social Science, Human Services and Criminal Justice

Anthropology Meryem Zaman Professor Zaman's dissertation project examined women’s participation in Islamic movements in Pakistan, with a focus on ways in which these movements’ proposed reforms interact with urban Pakistani semiotics and influence members’ day to day lives. Her current multi-sited ethnographic project builds on her dissertation work to examine transnational Islamic movements and...

Change of Immigration Status

A change of status is a legal method for a person in a nonimmigrant category within the United States (U.S.) to change to F-1 status. There are two methods to achieve change of status: Traveling outside the U.S. to apply for an F-1 visa at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate, or Submitting an application to the...

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find answers to the most popular questions students ask of the Registrar's Office. Where is the Registrar's Office? The office is in Room S-315, above the Main Lobby in 199 Chambers St. What hours is the Registrar's Office open? Summer semester hours (pdf) Fall and Spring semesters hours: Monday - Fridays...

Related E-Learning Publications

Achilles, W., Byrd, K., Felder-Strauss, J., Franklin, P., & Janowich, J. (2011, March). Engaging students through communication and contact: Outreach can positively impact your students and you! Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 1 (7). Retrieved from: http://jolt.merlot.org/vol7no1/byrd_0311.htm Ammendolia, M. (2011, Sept.). The online instructor's challenge: Helping newbies. In Kelly, R. (Ed.). Faculty Focus:...

Meet the Staff

Application » Red Room Orange Room Purple Room Yellow Room Blue Room Green Room Executive Director Cecilia Scott-Croff, ED.D, SAS, SDA, CPAC Executive Director cscottcroff@bmcc.cuny.edu Cecilia Scott-Croff is an experienced administrator, teacher, staff developer and advocate for families. She has been in the Early Childhood field for more than twenty years. Cecilia is zealous in...

Women’s and Gender Studies Program

Women’s and Gender Studies Program A collaboration between the Women’s Resource Center and various BMCC faculty led to the creation of a Gender and Women’s Studies program at BMCC. Professor Brianne Waychoff, Department of Speech, Communications and Theatre Arts, and Professor Amy Sodaro, Department of Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice, were instrumental...