More than ever, community college students – particularly older students – appeal to recruiters at some of the country’s most prestigious four-year colleges, because of their maturity, diversity of experience, and motivation
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.
The recent news that the largest drop in ACT scores occurred among Puerto Rican and other Hispanic students is sobering indeed. The drop in scores among Puerto Rican, Cuban, and other Hispanic test takers from 19.4 last year to 18.8 this year (out of a possible score of 36) is double the amount of the...
How do you measure success? When it comes to colleges, most people would say graduation. But that’s not necessarily true when it comes to community colleges. Take the case of five students at Borough of Manhattan Community College, who have been accepted to Smith and Mount Holyoke Colleges. By any measure, their transfer to these...
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’sInstitute for Business Trends Analysis Finds that
Job Openings Will Exceed Demand through 2008
The restaurant industry is enduring its worse skilled labor crisis in 30 years, according to a report to be released at the end of the this month by the Institute for Business Trends Analysis of the Borough of Manhattan Community...
Borough of Manhattan Community College will host the 16th annual all-day, city-wide conference on starting and managing a business on April 21, 2001.
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has been chosen to receive an award from the Continuing Education Association of New York. In a difficult and very competitive selection process, the BMCC Cisco Networking Training Program has been named the 2000 winner of the James C. Hall Jr. Exemplary Program Award.
Eighty-seven colleges and universities providing child care services to low income students will now receive a $4.9-million helping hand from the federal government, thanks to the director of Borough of Manhattan Community College's Early Childhood Center.