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Fall 2022 Semester

How to Apply for Fall 2022 In CUNY's online application, you will tell us about you and your educational background. Afterward, you will submit transcripts from every school  you have attended to support the information you entered online. 1. Submit a Fall 2022 CUNY Application online and pay the application fee. Before you start,...

Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some frequently asked questions about admission to BMCC. If you have any additional questions, please contact BMCC Admissions. What is the deadline for the upcoming semester? The CUNY priority deadline for the Fall semester (which starts in August) is February 1 and the priority deadline for the Spring semester (which starts...

Commas Join Things Together

COMMAS JOIN ITEMS IN LISTS I used water, lemons, and sugar to make lemonade. Items in a list must be joined with commas. Use the word “and” before the last word. I need a piece of paper, a pen, and a pencil. Candy, cake, and ice cream are sweet. Two items are not a...

Apply Now

Regardless of immigration status, all new students, including international students, apply to BMCC through the CUNY application process. Step-by-step details are listed below. The Office of Admissions will review your application and make a decision to admit (accept) you or deny your application. If you are accepted at BMCC, you will undertake several additional...

BMCC Academy of Leadership and Service

BMCC students are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities for leadership, involvement and service in our community. Some of the possibilities include: Building Outstanding Leaders of Tomorrow (B.O.L.T.) is a one semester program designed primarily for first semester students. Through a series of weekly workshops and activities, students are expected to learn the basic...

African Heritage Month: Reading of Barbeque by Robert O’ Hara

The BMCC Theatre Department has organized a reading of Barbeque by Robert O'Hara. The storyline involves  two parallel families, one white and one African-American. We meet them, at different moments, in the same picnic area of a public park. Each is working toward an intervention, trying to get a family member into rehab.  ...

OSA C.O.A.C.H. Leadership Program: Social Media and Storytelling

The Office of Student Activities (OSA) Coaching Officers to Acquire Critical Club Habits (C.O.A.C.H.) is a program with a series of workshops designed to enhance leadership skills for our club officers as well as provide critical skills and tips to guide successful club development. The workshop topics range from leadership styles to recruitment/retention of club...

Urban Male Conference W.O.K.E.

BMCC’s College Now program is hosting the Urban Male Conference W.O.K.E. (Wisdom, Opportunity, Knowledge & Empowerment), from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at Hunter College, June 2.Scheduled Presentations Manhattan College Now Programs: Baruch College, BMCC, City College, John Jay College & Hunter College Show me the Money: The Earning Power of a College DegreeDon’t Talk...

Megan and the Mayans

BMCC Professor Megan O’Neil at The Metropolitan Museum of Art March 22, 2013 Assistant Professor of Art History Megan O’Neil has such an affinity for Mayan Art she’s been on archeological excursions to Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. “So many artifacts have been destroyed over time," she says, "but we can better understand their culture...