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Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (02/26/20)

Dear BMCC Faculty, Staff and Students, The coronavirus is a pressing and increasing concern for our community. To share information about the outbreak and provide a supportive forum for students, faculty and staff, we are presenting two sessions to answer questions and share basic information. Wednesday, March 4 from 2 to 3 p.m., an open...

Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (03/22/20)

Dear BMCC Community, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and doing the best you can in these challenging times. Please follow instructions to stay home as much as possible and to maintain social distancing. BMCC started delivering all instruction and support services from a distance last week. As that continues throughout...

Message from the Interim President to Faculty (03/30/20)

Dear BMCC Faculty, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe. We have many faculty, staff and students in our community directly affected by the virus, so our hearts go out especially to them. As you know, the Chancellor announced a period of recalibration from March 27-April 1, primarily to allow for the...

Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (04/01/20)

Dear BMCC Community, While we continue the urgent work of protecting our families and communities, April 1st is National Census Day, a reminder of the importance of being counted. Responding to the U.S. Census is our opportunity to address a wide variety of important public needs – from disaster planning, to education, transportation and public health....

06/19/20 – Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students

Dear BMCC Community, As we collectively and individually confront the unrelenting and systemic racism in our country, it is especially important to observe Juneteenth, the oldest national commemoration of the emancipation of slaves in the United States. It is a day of celebration, education and contemplation, and given this moment in our history, I encourage...

Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (04/01/20)

Dear BMCC Community, While we continue the urgent work of protecting our families and communities, April 1st is National Census Day, a reminder of the importance of being counted. Responding to the U.S. Census is our opportunity to address a wide variety of important public needs – from disaster planning, to education, transportation and public health....

Video Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (03/27/20)

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Message from the Interim President to Faculty (03/30/20)

Dear BMCC Faculty, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe. We have many faculty, staff and students in our community directly affected by the virus, so our hearts go out especially to them. As you know, the Chancellor announced a period of recalibration from March 27-April 1, primarily to allow for the...

Extended Building Vacancy Procedures for BMCC Offices (03/26/20)

In anticipation of extended building vacancies at BMCC, all offices must undergo the following protocols for the removal of perishable items to prevent environmental hazardous conditions, such as insect infestation and mildew. Removal of Perishable Food items in Refrigerators Any food items found in offices and refrigerator will be disposed of to avoid decay. Removal...

Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students (03/22/20)

Dear BMCC Community, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and doing the best you can in these challenging times. Please follow instructions to stay home as much as possible and to maintain social distancing. BMCC started delivering all instruction and support services from a distance last week. As that continues throughout...