Stephanie Marrow will be featured in BMCC promotional advertisement that will run before “Renaissance: A film by Beyoncé.”
Industry experts, faculty and staff gathered to mentor student teams who presented solutions to real-world challenges.
Colleges were selected from 1,000 nationwide and can now compete for the $1 million prize to be announced in 2025.
College leadership gathered to witness the signing that enables BMCC graduates to transfer into online and blended bachelor’s degree programs at SUNY Empire.
Events on October 24 and 31 include a performance by Dominic Scaglione, Jr., star of Jersey Boys, book talks and a hot Italian buffet.
As CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez has shared in his messages, the CUNY community is devastated by the violent attacks carried out by Hamas militants on the people of Israel.
Students and faculty from the college’s Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts department will perform on the lobby stage October 18.
Partners BMCC, Brooklyn College, Bronx CC, Hostos CC, Kingsborough CC, LaGuardia CC and Kennedy Children’s Center will create ECSE degree programs.
Presidents Anthony Munroe and Pat McGuire sign agreement enabling BMCC grads to enter baccalaureate programs at Trinity in Washington, D.C.
Average pass rates trend higher in course sections with Supplemental Instruction than in those sections that do not participate in the program.
$7.6 Million in grants will support innovative hiring programs for state’s underserved youth.
New major began with an NSF-funded curriculum project infusing data science into existing math courses.
Faculty, staff and students visit wet lab aquarium at Pier 40; students gain positions as field science assistants, research fellows and more.
June is Pride Month in NYC, and BMCC invites the college community to join events citywide, on campus, and more.
GUIDE scholars attend NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. POISE scholars attend the NYU College of Arts and Sciences.
Both Elizabeth Alfieri and Camila Fernandez overcame tremendous challenges and are now on their way to four-year degrees.
Donovan’s work will be presented in the North Galley while Harima’s will be on display in the South Gallery. Both exhibitions will run through August 5.
Lamine Kaba arrived in NYC from Guinea hardly speaking English: BMCC set him on the path to his current position at a financial services firm.
2023 grads Mikhail and Annika are pursuing bachelor’s degrees at Hunter College; their mother, 2019 grad Beverley, starts a master’s program at Pace University this Fall.
Gerontology major Pollyann Austin earns a 4.0 GPA, Liberal Arts major Jacqueline Santiago wins a full scholarship to Columbia and others over 60 land GPAs above 3.5.
Annual event is connected to the acclaimed Selected Shorts program; student writers are with BMCC’s Adult Continuing Education (ACE) division.
BMCC co-led a panel presentation showing international students some of the benefits of attending a U.S. community college.
BMCC the only community college in New York State selected to move on to final round set for June in Washington D.C.
Dr. Hoggard sees higher education in and of itself as a form of social justice that has the power to transform communities.
Unique collaboration’s goal is to put Project Renewal clients on the path to a degree in social work.
Paperback edition of Eng’s memoir, “Our Laundry, Our Town,” set for September release; book talk for BMCC’s Asian Heritage Month is April 20.
Dr. Gutierrez comes to BMCC from Florida International University where he was Associate Dean at the College of Medicine.
Project gives Teacher Education majors insight into building computational literacy into their future classrooms.
NYAEYC’s mission is to promote excellence in early care and education for New York State children and families through education, advocacy and professional support.
BMCC students can earn an Associate Degree in Modern Languages and a certificate in translation.
Animation and Motion Graphics major Yailenis Rodriguez Diaz and CIS major Diona Peddie defy stereotypes as they pursue tech careers.
Sharing insights from her own writing career, McFadden helped shape the English department’s new journalism concentration.
President Anthony E. Munroe shares points of pride and project updates with students, faculty and staff.
TSN four-year partners offer some of the most generous financial aid in the country, meeting 100 percent of students’ full demonstrated need.
Before joining BMCC, Assistant Vice President Kidd served as Vice President for Strategic Planning, Research, Technology and Innovation at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Quilting portraits of African American icons, a collaboration between Professor Bostick and Media Center Director Vinton Melbourne on display in breezeway.
The Department of Health estimates New York state will have a shortage of more than 39,000 nurses by 2030—a need the graduates will help meet.
Jordan Michel, an immigrant from Jamaica, started his academic journey to George Washington University Law School and the Air Force JAG Corps at BMCC.
The BMCC-Baruch Business Academy provides smooth transfer for BMCC Business Administration majors into the Baruch College Bachelor’s of Business Administration program.
Governor Kathy Hochul, Mayor Eric Adams and CUNY Chancellor F Félix V. Matos Rodríguez announce plans for transformative SPARC Kips Bay project at October 13 press event.
Hurley chronicles being a Respiratory Therapist during the COVID-19 pandemic. Florczak’s fiction reflects his travels and military experience.
Event highlights high school seniors dual-enrolled at BMCC, as well as current students and graduates of the Paramedic degree program.
Work examines lives of 17th-century, formerly enslaved residents in what is now NYC, and how World Fairs promoted a utopia that excluded people of color.
Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Adult Continuing Education (ACE) and partners are pipeline to degree programs and jobs.
Research program, funded by the President’s Fund for Excellence and Innovation, results in course materials on OpenLab.
BMCC and Lehman College receive $2M in state funding to create credentialed pathways to employment in the rapidly expanding cannabis industry.
With awards made possible by the Mellon Foundation, Professors Acosta, Cole, Peck, Rennis and Varghese will develop equity-minded projects.
BMCC President and students travel to Washington, D.C. to urge White House and Congress to provide a permanent solution for students, staff, scholars, and alumni.
Community invited to learn about attending BMCC and MEOC; mammogram information, COVID-19 vaccines and boosters among free services available.
SFAC presents a group exhibition of textile-based artworks in its galleries and its Park Place Window Project focuses on issues of identity.
BMCC President Anthony E. Munroe participates in signing ceremony with Pace University President Marvin Krislov on June 8.
Lyn Thomas, who will receive diploma at 2022 commencement, tells adults that they are never too old complete a GED and enroll in college.
Graduates will transfer without loss of credits to Political Science bachelor’s degree programs at Brooklyn College and The City College of New York.
Working closely with faculty and staff, Dr. Pollard will identify funding opportunities and support the growth of scholarly research at BMCC.
CPA and MBA Izquierdo will serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet to achieve initiatives including AcMo 2.0.
Newly-elected borough president speaks with BMCC President Anthony Munroe, staff and faculty about health majors, academic support programs and more.
Subcommittees focus on student supports, communication with senior colleges, updating of articulation agreements and more.
BMCC community and campus leaders consider academic programming, workforce needs and other factors that impact student success.
Race, Equity, and Inclusion Steering Committee (REI) presents panels and workshops, live and online, Monday, April 4 through Friday, April 8.
Accomplishments by Asians and Asian Americans enrich the fabric of everyday life, and are celebrated in-person and on Zoom throughout April.
New offering in the Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice Department brings BMCC up to 56 associate degree programs.
Scholarship provides more than $50,000 annually up to three years to complete bachelor’s degree at four-year institution.
After earning her Associate degree at BMCC in 2009, Delgado transferred to Smith College where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Government
The month’s theme identifies the needs of women and provides ways to support them, taking into account race, ethnicity, religion and other factors.
Having served as Senior Registrar since 2013, Mr. Alam brings extensive experience in financial aid, admissions and other vital services to his new role.
Single mothers, home health aides, the justice-involved, immigrants and others will earn industry certifications, a bridge to college and more.
Study to expand understanding of how Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Pell-eligible students can benefit from gateway courses.
Led by the Counseling Center in collaboration with the Learning Resource Center and Academic Advisement and Transfer Center, GAINS is a President’s Fund recipient.
Led by Professors Julian Schroeder and Yanni Tournas, students met in BMCC Finance & Banking Club to study and prepare.
Students who complete the program gain credits into Computer Information Systems associate degree program.
BMCC will dedicate funds raised through the campaign to programs that help Black and Brown students find success inside and outside of the classroom.
Through BMCC’s Study Abroad program, Gilman scholars travel around the world, taking faculty-designed courses.
Queensborough College is also part of the partnership that serves Latinx, women and other underrepresented groups.
Funded by BMCC President’s Fund for Excellence and Innovation, the program will be presented at the 2022 AAC&U annual meeting.
The livestream event includes interviews with BMCC students, performances by the BMCC and Downtown choirs and the college’s theatre program.
Grant will ensure student parents have access to child care, family engagement activities and mental health support services.
Grant will fund further research on mobile assistive apps and augmented reality research to assist people who are blind or visually impaired.
Ingrid Renderos brings more than 25 years of experience in higher education and will lead programmatic and operational efforts for the CITH campus.
Programming includes by-invitation event in which CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez will join BMCC President Anthony E. Munroe in placing a wreath at commemorative plaque.
Students can choose degree specializations in Spanish Translation and Interpretation, Risk Management and Insurance, and Jazz and Popular Music.
Student entrepreneurs in any major will join global network and have access to startup resources and more.
On June 16 and 17, events in Theatre II showcase RT and HIT graduates who are entering dynamic healthcare fields.
Lindsay is the first person in the United States to have received the coronavirus vaccine.
Work by renowned artists Mildred Howard and Ned Smyth will be displayed both in the SFAC and nearby Battery Park.
Professors Sophie Maríñez, Ángeles Donoso Macaya and Marci Littlefield are among 28 faculty selected nationwide.
National association honors Dr. Agwu for her dedication to ethnomathematics and student success.
Students take part in interdisciplinary courses and earn an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree in Ethnic Studies.
Panelists emphasize the important role social workers play in helping individuals, families and communities reach their full potential.
Two virtual events; one for faculty and staff, and one for students, reviewed safety measures such as UV technology to sanitize surfaces.
Founder of the production company Rayoelú Films, she tells the stories of immigrants seeking a better life in NYC.
BMCC President Anthony E. Munroe and Rockland County Community College President Michael Baston will discuss the report at a public forum, February 25.
Grant will fund program that allows high school seniors to earn college credit while preparing for EMT careers
On January 6th, our country witnessed an attack on our democracy and the continuation of the unsettling circumstances that waver around racial injustice and lawlessness.
There is tremendous gratitude, pride, and enthusiasm around the college in light of our receipt of a $30 million unrestricted gift from philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott.
Project will enable students to make critical connections across many courses, about issues faced by people lacking basic resources.
We stand witness as new leadership prepares to guide our country through the deep ramifications of a world-wide pandemic and the resulting economic turmoil.
Students share hopes and concerns the day before election was called for former VP Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris.
Individuals who support BMCC through the #CUNYTuesday Campaign can also serve as a BMCC Champion and help boost donations to the college.
$2 million cooperative grant from U.S. Department of Education enables BMCC to join Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP).
President says college community must recognize and address challenges exacerbated by the worst pandemic in a century.
Students will complete coursework online to earn Google IT Support Professional Certificate.
Grant is part of Trinity funding of nearly $7 million, joining urgent call for racial justice and responding to COVID-19 impacts.
Ten community college finalists are honored for achieving exceptional, equitable outcomes for students.
BMCC is among nine CUNY colleges with ASAP programs recognized by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard University.
Unlike the majority of New Yorkers who have been instructed to stay home, public-facing grocery store workers are deemed “essential” for society.
Irena Butcher attended her pinning ceremony, contracted the virus and had two weeks to study for the national licensing exam.
“Students are relying on us to help them and we have to take care of ourselves so we can do that,” Rennis says.
Campus Planning and Facilities essential staff continue supporting the college community, including critical distribution areas on main campus.
BMCC Professor Abel Navarro leads a team that blends public health awareness, environmental engineering and bioremediation.
Students still find a helpful response to their questions on registration, admissions and financial — even as the Contact Center works remotely.
NYC hospitals respond to the flood of corona-related calls by moving staff, including Monica Mezarina, to call centers.
BMCC students are working to make sure New Yorkers understand why it is critical for everyone to participate in the 2020 U.S. Census
Continuing Education Bridge programs at BMCC provide ESOL, High School Equivalency and other vital classes.
Partners including the MEOC, Real Hospitality Group and Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone launch workforce program.
Alliance creates professional and academic opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds.
BMCC program recognized for speaker series, supporting students in conference presentations and more.
Food Insecurity Program is part of Speaker’s plan to combat food inequity.