If you are registered to take classes in fall 2022, you may come to the Library to renew or borrowa device any time the Library is open. We have Chromebooks, iPads with bluetooth keyboards, and hotspots. Proof of your fall registration is required to renew or check out a device. Please come early in the semester to check out a device as our inventory is limited! Returns will be accepted any time the Library is open.
If you can not access the building due to vaccination requirements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. 24 hours notice is required
When returning an iPad, please make sure that you are logged out of iCloud, Find my iPad, or any other Apple accounts. Please charge the iPad before returning it so that we can quickly confirm that you have logged out of everything.
Please call the Library staff at 212-220-1451 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
April is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at BMCC. During this month you will get the chance to participate in a variety of events that are meant to showcase and celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander culture. The library celebrates as well with our display of books highlighting Asian writers. Stop by the display case to check out some stories by authors you may not know. The selections demonstrate the variety in Asian writing and the different voices of the Asian and Pacific Islander community. You can also find more resources through the library feature collection for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The books featured in this collection will teach you about Asian and Pacific Islander culture, history and the Asian-American experience. Also check out the different events going on at BMCC!
Our growing Graphic Novel collection has moved to a new section of the library. They’re now near the couches located by the Library’s entrance. Feel free to browse and borrow! Our collection includes manga, graphic novels, and comic books spanning a wide range of genres and styles.
If you have questions about the collection, or have suggestions for titles to add, contact Prof. Rebecca Hyams.
During the month of March BMCC celebrates Women’s HERstory Month, a celebration of women’s contribution to history and how far women have come in society. All month long BMCC will host events designed to educate the BMCC community about women’s issues, contributions, equity. The library has also put together a display designed to showcase women’s history with a collection of resources highlighting female story makers. Notably highlighted is author bell hooks (September 25, 1952 – December 15, 2021). bell hooks was an American author, professor, feminist, and social activist. Her work is being used a guideline for a variety of seminars on inclusive pedagogy during the spring 2022 semester. The display also highlights the history and contributions of women from a variety of backgrounds as well as women who fought against oppression and tyranny. The library hopes that by showcasing these interesting reads the community will learn more about these brave women and their work towards making society better for us all. Other BMCC events celebrating Women’s HERstory Month can be found here: