Adjunct speech professor Sam Blank is rated ‘Top Junior College Professor’ on RateMyProfessors.com.
Thanks to the Pathway to Success program, seven BMCC alumni have been accepted to Cornell University this fall.
BMCC’s STEP program helps a Stuyvesant High School student search for an answer.
Honored by The Moriah Institute for her social and community work, LaVerne Parker teaches her students the importance of helping, and inspiring, families in need.
Fifty-three percent of students in CUNY’s Accelerated Study in Associate Program (ASAP) graduate in three years or less – three times the national average.
BMCC mentors teachers from Montauk Intermediate School in Brooklyn.
A thought-provoking ethnic studies class, “The Black Man in Contemporary Society,” focuses on the African diaspora, and the dynamic past and present role of Black men in America.
This year’s theme was: Celebrate Yourself, Celebrate Each Other, Support Your Friends and Family.
Two BMCC faculty and eight students are recognized during Poetry Month.
BMCC’s Center for Career Development prepares students for their annual Career Fair—and for their futures.