Application and Requirements

Applying to ASAP is simple…

  • Be accepted to BMCC and complete all admission requirements
  • Apply to ASAP!

As an ASAP student you will be required to:

  • Be full-time (registered for 12 credit hours or more) with a 2.0 GPA
  • Complete all remedial courses
  • Meet with your academic advisor twice a month
  • Attend workshops and tutoring as required

Day and Evening Programs available

  • Be accepted to BMCC
  • Complete the financial aid documents:
    • Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
    • Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
    • Students who don’t qualify for financial aid must submit an Affidavit of Tuition Payment form.You must indicate BMCC as the primary college on both Financial Aid applications. BMCC FAFSA school code (002691) BMCC TAP school code (1404)
  • Complete all admission requirements:

    Student with more than 15 earned credits are not eligible for ASAP

  • Apply to ASAP!

If you are an ASAP student at another college contact your current ASAP advisor for information on internal ASAP-to-ASAP program transfer. Do not submit the BMCC ASAP application.

  • Complete the financial aid documents:
  • Complete residency and receive New York City tuition rateStudents living in New York State but not New York City must submit a B-81 form to receive in-city tuition rate
  • A minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Student with more than 15 earned credits are not eligible for ASAP
  • Apply to ASAP!

Students who were previously in ASAP at BMCC and are interested in returning to the program must contact their ASAP advisor for information on the return process. If you are unable to contact your advisor, contact ASAP Program Coordinator, Wendy Rondon-Matos, at wrondonmatos@bmcc.cuny.edu. Returning students should not submit a BMCC ASAP application. This application should only be used if a student is new to the program.

Students who are in ASAP at another CUNY college must work with their ASAP advisor to submit the Intra-ASAP Transfer Form. ASAP-to-ASAP transfer students should not submit a regular BMCC ASAP application. This application should only be used if a student is new to the program. Please be advised that all Intra-ASAP transfer applications must be approved by the new ASAP college. Decisions will be made prior to the start of the semester.

Office of Academic Affairs

199 Chambers St, Room S-715
New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 220-8320
Email: academicaffairs@bmcc.cuny.edu

 

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m