NY Daily News features BMCC Freshman, Samr (Rocky) Tayeh, whose 200 pound weight loss and his radio spot on WNYC Radio changed his life for the better.
BMCC and other CUNY students present research projects at the 2017 CRSP Symposium. August 1, 2017 Working alongside faculty mentors, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students investigate the link between dopamine receptors and drug addiction. They analyze metal-tolerant bacteria in the waters around New York City and push mathematical theory to new levels....
The City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) honors 2005-2006 Scholar-Athletes of the Year.
Asian American Press, | November 2016
One year after the attack on the World Trade Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College, the college closest to Ground Zero is seeing its highest enrollment ever. Over 18,200 students have registered in degree programs for the fall 2002 semester, 1,000 more than last fall.
Sociology 200 probes the societal impact of everything from immigration reform to same-sex marriage.
The Kaplan Scholars program helps associate degree students successfully transfer to and complete bachelor's degree programs.
October 21, 2013 On Sunday morning, October 20, 2013, over 200 participants joined the BMCC team in the annual event, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Central Park. This year's theme was I'm Here Because of YOU!, the message we are encouraging every one to share in celebrating survivorship, and to help raise funds...
Note: Tutoring begins Monday, January 31, 2022 Limited tutoring will be available on campus for some classes that are taking place in-person and online. Tutoring will be offered on an appointment basis. Tutor schedules will be available beginning on Monday, January 31, and hours will continue to be added throughout the first few weeks of the semester as tutors...
Haftom Ambaye looks back on a remarkable journey—from a Sudan refugee camp to BMCC.