BMCC students are invited to our Welcome Back Super Fair in Richard Harris Terrace on January 29 from 11am to 4pm. New and transfer students will learn about the variety of resources, services, majors, and opportunities available to them. All BMCC students are welcome.
The BMCC Library will be there sharing information about our resources and providing some fun activites. A representative from New York Public Library (NYPL) will be joining us to help people sign up for an NYPL card.
Also at the Super Fair:
- Explore over 50 majors and career paths
- Engage with over 50 programs, services and resources
- Win prizes for visiting tables and asking questions
We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have any questions, please contact Joseph Ginese in New Student Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or at ext 8121 or stop by room S-136.
Starting spring 2020 students will receive a printing and copying allocation on their BMCC IDs, funded by student technology fees.
This allocation is to be used for printing at all computers labs on campus including in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and the Library, and for copying in the Library. For more information see Printing, Scanning, and Copying at BMCC.
The A. Philip Randolph Library has a new website that officially launched for the start of Spring 2020. This new website is designed to make finding things in the library as easy as possible and is designed to work on all devices and with assistive technologies.
Please update your links and bookmarks to: https://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/library
If you have any questions or issues, please contact Prof. Rebecca Hyams, Web and Systems Librarian.
To better support the needs of the BMCC Community, OneSearch will now serve as the single place to search for books and media in the BMCC Library and throughout CUNY, as well as a lot of our articles, ebooks, and other electronic resources.
OneSearch has been available since 2016, where it had coexisted for many years with the traditional Library Catalog, CUNY+. However, CUNY+ isn’t able to provide access to the full breadth of resources available and is officially being phased out CUNY-wide with a full shutdown coming later this year.
We have a guide to getting the most out of OneSearch, and if you need help you can always ask a Librarian!
Library hours will be reduced from December 21 to January 26. The College is closed December 24, 25, 31, January 1 and 20. Regular hours resume on January 27, 2020.
For details see our hours page.
Working hard? Need to take a little break before jumping back into your homework or studying?
We’re currently piloting a Relaxation Station in the Library. This area, located by the Library’s entrance includes quiet activities that you can do to get a quick brain recharge. Activities include adult coloring pages (and blank paper for drawing and writing), a giant jigsaw puzzle, and a Buddha Board. These types of activities have been shown to help increase concentration.
Starting this semester the Library is participating in a program that allows us to lend popular new titles. The collection is located right by the front entrance to the Library.