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Manjinder Kaur

For President • Independent Hello, dear student body,          My name is Manjinder Kaur.  A stubborn girl always wants to follow her heart path. Uncontrollable and go to any extent to help others: little worrier but major warrior. Commencing, playing a leadership role at home, and fought for sibling wishes to fulfill against society. I...

Apprenticeships

Get paid to earn your BMCC Business Degree Work with a fast-growing company, take classes, jump start your career, and get paid for doing it. Students in a BMCC apprenticeship program get the best of both worlds: the opportunity to study with BMCC’s highly qualified faculty as well as on-the-job training. Unlike a traditional...

Summer Tuition Waivers

Tuition Waivers Available to Students Who Qualify We have some good news to share that may help students earn additional credits to maintain their degree progress. BMCC is offering two tuition waivers this summer that students may be eligible for, the Petrie Completion Waiver and the STEM Waiver. To be eligible, students must be degree-seeking at BMCC. Both waivers cover $210 per credit. Please note that only the...

NBCU Academy Scholarship

The NBCU Academy  is providing scholarship money for BMCC students who express an interest in journalism. BMCC is the first community college in New York City that has been chosen by the NBCU Academy to provide scholarship money to help promote diversity in journalism. Eligibility To qualify for this scholarship, students should: Demonstrate financial need...

Countering Anti-Asian Violence

The roots of anti-Asian sentiment in the U.S. can be traced as far back as the concept of “yellow peril” and the Chinese Exclusion Act that treated Asian immigrants as threats to national security in the 1880s. But they surfaced on a large-scale level last year, after reports traced the origins of the coronavirus back...

VIDEOS: Re-population of BMCC Town Halls

Student Town Hall: BMCC hosted a Student Town Hall on March 17, 2021 to provide students with details regarding the repopulation plan for Fall 2021. Students were given the opportunity to provide feedback through survey polls. Faculty and Staff Town Hall: BMCC hosted a Faculty and Staff Town Hall on March 18, 2021 to...

Fund Overview

Guidelines The President’s Fund for Excellence and Innovation (the “Fund”) has been established through the generous contribution of philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, in recognition and support of the exceptional mission and success of BMCC. Funding This proposal process acknowledges the importance of reaching out to the BMCC community for expertise in identifying innovative projects, initiatives,...

Change of Immigration Status

A change of status is a legal method for a person in a nonimmigrant category within the United States (U.S.) to change to F-1 status. There are two methods to achieve change of status: Traveling outside the U.S. to apply for an F-1 visa at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate, or Submitting an application to the...

Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI)

Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI) at BMCC is centered on the college’s work necessary to understanding and addressing systemic racism to create a more equitable system for individuals and families from historically marginalized groups. REI Steering Committee The Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI) Steering Committee actively works to dismantle systemic racism and structural inequality across...

VOE and WN Reversal

Verification of Enrollment (VOE) and WN Reversal Please select a section below for further information. VOE Roster CUNY Directive: The CUNY Verification of Enrollment (VOE) directive (excerpt below), each semester the College faculty are required to submit VOE rosters through CUNYFirst. Faculty will receive an email notification when the VOE rosters will be available....