General Resources

  • A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library
    The A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library serves the BMCC community by providing high-quality services, collections, spaces, and experiences – both virtual and physical – that create an environment of transformation and growth.
  • Faculty and Staff Dining Room and Lounge
    There is a dining room and cafeteria for faculty and staff on the third floor of the Chambers Street building, across from Room S350. There is a faculty lounge on the second floor of the Fiterman building.
  • Public Safety
    Public Safety provides free training to the faculty, staff and students in C.P.R./A.E.D./First Aid, and Campus-Community Emergency Response Training.
  • ID Card
    Your BMCC Card ID is your first step for a safe campus. Display it upon entering any BMCC building. You can obtain an ID card in Room S232.
  • Information for New Employees

Technology Resources

  • CUNY First
    CUNY First is an online system used for many things at BMCC and across CUNY.
  • Blackboard
    Blackboard is an online course management system that can be used for many things like posting syllabi and assignments, collecting and assessing student work, posting readings and multimedia course material, creating discussion boards and virtual conferencing and allowing students to monitor their own progress in the course.
  • BMCC Portal
    BMCC Portal is a single access point to various applications and resources.
  • CUNY Portal
    CUNY Portal is your gateway to all CUNY services.
  • The Media Center
    The Media Center serves the college community with all media related services. They provide a full inventory of audio-visual equipment for your use as well as teleconferencing, media production, and duplication services.
  • Reprographics
    The reprographics center where you can make copies, obtain a business card request form and other similar needs is located at the North Side, 2nd floor of 199 Chambers.
  • College Computer Center
    The technical support helpdesk is located at 199 Chambers Street, Room S141 or by phone at 212-220-8379.
    BMCC faculty, staff and students have free access to on campus or off. is an online learning platform designed to assist its users with learning software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
  • Microsoft Office 365
    The City University of New York is providing Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus to all active faculty and staff at no cost via the Microsoft Office in Education program.