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Borough of Manhattan Community College Dedicates New Student Commons April 13

Nearly four years ago, Borough of Manhattan Community College was devastated by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It was the only college in America to lose a building, when 7 World Trade Center collapsed upon BMCC’s Fiterman Hall, and it temporarily lost use of its main campus for three weeks because of its proximity...

BMCC Student’s First Film is Critically Acclaimed

June 3, 2004 BMCC STUDENT’S FIRST FILM IS CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED June 3 , 2004 Yasuaki Nakajima, a Borough of Manhattan Community College student and Queens resident, has written and produced an acclaimed feature length film, “After the Apocalypse.”Set in the aftermath of the Third World War "After the Apocalypse" is a futuristic drama about...

Merrill Lynch Gives BMCC $500,000

Merrill Lynch recently gave Borough of Manhattan Community College $500,000 to help transform outdoor courtyard space into a bi-level student commons for study areas and student seating.
“This generous gift will help us restore some space to the students,” said BMCC President Antonio Pérez.

BMCC 2002 Foundation Gala Celebrates the Rebuilding of Lower Manhattan

After a trying year, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) celebrated the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan at the fourteenth annual gala. This year’s gala took place at the Ritz Carlton, Battery Park on May 21. Proceeds benefit the BMCC Fund Inc., which awards scholarships to students.

Historic Technology Fair Taking Place in Harlem

Borough of Manhattan Community College, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, and WNET (Channel 13) are collaborating to bring the first-ever major technology fair to Harlem, aimed at businesses in the New York City Empowerment Zone.

BMCC 2002 Foundation Gala Celebrates the Rebuilding of Lower Manhattan

After a trying year, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) will celebrate the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan at the fourteenth annual gala. This year’s gala will take place at the Ritz Carlton, Battery Park on May 21 at 6 p.m. Proceeds benefit the BMCC Fund Inc., which awards scholarships to students.

Spring Enrollment Reaches Highest Level Ever at BMCC

Just five months after the September 11 attack on America closed their college for three weeks, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) students enrolled in record numbers for the spring 2002 semester.