Featured Story: Family-friendly Are You My Mother? at BMCC Tribeca PAC
An enchanting musical about Baby Bird’s journey of courage, determination, and a bit of calculated silliness.
January 11, 2019
Yafar Joins BMCC as Assistant Vice President for Planning and Facilities
Jorge E. Yaffar brings 20 years experience as a capital planning executive, architect and project manager to his new role.
January 9, 2019
BMCC Pool Opens After Extensive Renovations
A full schedule for recreational and lap swimming is available at the Athletics Department website.
January 8, 2019
BMCC TPAC Presents Lost Jazz Shrines 2019: Celebrating Cobi Narita & The Jazz Center of New York
Performers include Sumi Tonooka on piano, Victor Lewis on drums, Erica Lindsay on tenor saxophone and Rufus Reid on bass.
December 17, 2018
More Than 200 Students Inducted Into BMCC Chapter of National Society of Leadership and Success
Having completed a rigorous induction process, 226 students join the newly inaugurated NSLS chapter at BMCC.
December 13, 2018
Social Studies for Secondary Education Major Meets Growing Demand
Graduates will transfer to bachelor’s degree program at Hunter College, and be prepared to teach social studies, grades seven through 12.
December 5, 2018
BMCC Film Festival Showcases Student Talent
More than 30 BMCC student films will be featured at the semi-annual event.
November 29, 2018
BMCC Finance and Banking Team Wins New York Fed Competition
Students win district round of competition at New York Federal Reserve Bank and attend event in Washington D.C.
November 28, 2018
BMCC Announces 2019 Cohort of Faculty Leadership Fellows
Program recognizes and develops faculty leadership across departments.
November 26, 2018
BMCC Professors Secure Funding for Cutting-Edge Research
2018 funds enable faculty to conduct research, build apps and develop new pedagogy.
November 21, 2018
BMCC TRIBECA PAC Presents Writers in Performance Showcase: "Longing"
Two BMCC students are among the cast in "Longing," a culmination of the 12-week Writers in Performance workshop at BMCC TPAC.
November 15, 2018
BMCC Earns High Rankings Nationwide on Awarding Associate Degrees to Underrepresented Students
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education report shows BMCC in the top five, of 100 colleges surveyed.
November 14, 2018
Panther Partners Program Helps First Generation Students Navigate Academic Life
BMCC program provides students who are the first in their family to attend college with staff and faculty mentors.
November 6, 2018
BMCC Stages 14, a Free Play That Opens Dialogue on Undocumented Immigration
Based on a true-life event in which smuggled Mexicans were left to die in the desert, 14 is staged by BMCC students and faculty.
November 1, 2018
BMCC Prepares to Launch NSF-Funded Summer Research Program
BMCC is one of two community colleges nationwide to have received one of the 247 active NSF awards under the REU Biology Directorate for Biological Sciences.
October 30, 2018
BMCC Presents Significant Findings Speaker Series
The first event in BMCC's Speaker Series featured Criminal Justice Professor Shirley Leyro's research on immigrant students.
October 30, 2018
BMCC Faculty Exhibition, In Form,Showcases Wide Range of Mediums
From the classroom to the studio, faculty artists inspire art students and future artists.
October 30, 2018
National Higher Education Leader Kay McClenney to Present Guided Pathways Open Forums
November 7 and 8, Kay McClenney, Special Advisor to both the President and CEO of AACC, leads open forums on the Pathways 2.0 initiative of which BMCC is a member.
October 29, 2018
BMCC Hosts CUNY English Summit to Share Strategies for Remediation Reform
Blending remedial and college-level instruction is one successful approach being brought to scale at BMCC and across the country.
October 17, 2018
Forum Energizes Community to Redesign Systems for Student Success
BMCC Interim President Karrin E. Wilks presents the college’s Designing for Success initiative to raise retention and graduation rates.
October 11, 2018
Out in Two Cohort Has High GPAs and Higher Aspirations
Students inducted into small group program commit to graduating in two years and giving back to their communities.