The $2 million CUNY textbook initiative has helped thousands of undergraduate students to have access to expensive textbooks this school year.
The musician performed live in NY well into his 90’s.
Former Tuskegee Airman visits BMCC to talk about being one of the first Black combat pilots in World War II.
BMCCers spend afternoon handing out empty cups, symbolizing what one billion around the world eat every night.
Visit the new Web site and browse 300 scholarships to see if you're eligible for help.
Elaine Mattis now works as a registered nurse at Beth Israel Medical Center.
This story was written by Julie Shapiro of the Downtown Express.
Ria Collingwood gave a rousing account of her success at BMCC's 20th Annual Scholarship Gala.
This past summer, 39 BMCC students participated in three college-sponsored four week summer study programs in Italy, Ghana and Spain. To learn more go to the Study Abroad Program's
Continuing education is a right, not a luxury, says Solange Farina.