Mariela Zapata is a handbag designer, an entrepreneur
BMCC's 46th Commencement is the largest ever, with 3,297 graduates.
Lisa Bloodgood wins the Udall Scholarship for studies of plants that detoxify soil.
Through her health and business-oriented magazine and Web site, BMCC alumna Dolly Del Rosario reaches out to college students nationwide.
History major Michael Hattem looks back on a remarkable journey—and contemplates a future of unlimited promise.
The Out in Two scholarship program honors those scholars who pledge to graduate from BMCC within two years.
BMCC student Ruth Allen reunites with her family through a Critical Thinking project.
The “I Have a Dream” Foundation, created by educator Eugene Lang in 1981, has sent many students to college nationwide—including BMCC.
Statement by CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein on U.S. Senate Proposal on Pell Grants and College Students.
Students from the Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) tour BMCC, and learn about the college’s resources.