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CD Special Programs

Every year the College Discovery (CD) program has organized activities and events to help students be more successful and to provide an orientation to new and existing programs. The following is a partial listing of some of our specialized events and/or programs: CD Convocation The CD convocation is an annual program organized every fall...

Counseling Services

Counseling provides a safe space for students to explore difficulties and understand what is keeping them from achieving their goals. Counselors help students talk about their concerns and work toward removing the obstacles that keep them from reaching their goals. If a counselor determines that a student’s needs require resources beyond what the Center...

Meningococcal Meningitis Fact Sheet

What is meningococcal disease? Meningococcal disease is caused by bacteria called Neisseria meningitis. It can lead to serious blood infections. When the linings of the brain and spinal cord become inflamed, it is called meningitis. The disease strikes quickly and can have erious complications, including death. Anyone can get meningococcal disease. Some people are...

African Heritage Month Kicks Off, Artist Ed Dwight to Visit BMCC Feb. 24

January 31, 2017 Renowned sculptor and artist Edward Joseph Dwight Jr., the first African American astronaut candidate, will be at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) on February 24 as part of the college’s month-long African Heritage celebration that kicks off February 1 with dancers (shown), poetry, panels and more. Dwight, who will be...

24/7 Emergency Preparedness

February 25, 2013 BMCC recently held a special recognition luncheon in Richard Harris Terrace to honor the college’s new emergency volunteers, including those who assisted last October during Hurricane Sandy. “I marvel at the dedication, especially of those who stayed overnight and worked 24/7 to get our campus back up and running,” said BMCC...

BMCC Presents U.S. Debut of Docudrama About Indonesian Student Unrest, on April 24

Directed and produced by Ray Zulfirman Parsioan, a BMCC student in his graduating semester, the film covers the recent Indonesian student movement in Jakarta and its socio-political impact. By the end of the film, a number of Indonesian students, journalists, activists, and parents of deceased activists ask international students to recommend solutions to their situation...

Frequently Asked Questions about Appeals

How do I file an appeal? Each appeal starts with an appeal form, personal statement, and supporting documents. Once your appeal is compiled, you need to meet with a counselor. You may need to add an academic plan (Title IV appeal) or professor’s signature (grade appeal). Your counselor will inform you of any additional steps...

Reimagining BMCC

Reimagining BMCC To protect the health and well-being of everyone in our community, we are delivering the majority of instruction and support services from a distance this spring. Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the safety guidelines for higher education issued by the New York State Department of Health,...

Telehealth Frequently Asked Questions

What is Telehealth? Telehealth provides services using computer programs, video calls, smartphone apps, telephone, email and any other technology that facilitates remote delivery of services.  Some examples include talking to a counselor on Zoom, receiving academic counseling on the telephone, and filing an appeal via email. What services are offered remotely? The Counseling Center continues...