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Public and Nonprofit Administration (A.S.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Peter P. Hoontis, phoontis@bmcc.cuny.edu The public and nonprofit field includes organizations that exist for the benefit of the public rather than enriching private citizens. These include human services, arts and culture, community recreation, health, education and government agencies. There is a great need or people with business training to keep these organizations...

Academic Probation and Financial Aid (Title IV) Appeal

What is academic probation? Academic probation occurs when a student’s GPA fall below the College’s minimum retention standards. For example, if a student attempted 0-12 credits, the minimum GPA earned at the end of that semester must be 1.50. Anything lower will result in the student being placed on academic probation. Cumulative Credits Attempted...

International Students

International Admissions Brochure Read online Download pdf The International team is operating remotely to provide you with services and support. If you are applying to BMCC, contact our virtual enrollment specialists for assistance. Stay healthy everyone! At BMCC, international students get an excellent, affordable education in one of the world’s premier locations, downtown Manhattan....

Asian Heritage Month 2022

April 1-27 Annual Haiku Contest (CCT) Image Contest (CCT) Wednesday, April 6 Asian Heritage Month Opening Games: Table Tennis (ping pong) (CCT) 12-4 p.m. Gymnasium, 199 Chambers St. Film Screening: Touch of the Light (CCT) 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Theatre 1, 199 Chambers St. Friday, April 8 Film Screening: East Side Sushi (CCT) 2-4:30 p.m....

Teaching Tips

Teaching online means more than just typing up lectures and putting them on the web. Read below for specific tips and recommendations from fellow BMCC faculty. Interaction in teaching online Interaction between students and teacher, between students and other students, and between students and content--is a crucial learning tool. This interaction often happens unconsciously,...

Emergency Notifications

FOR EMERGENCIES To report a crime or emergency, call Public Safety at (212) 220-8080. If on campus call 911 or use one of the blue call boxes located throughout the campus. Click here for emergency call box locations Communicating accurate and timely information has never been a more important necessity than after the tragic...

Executive Committee 2012 Minutes

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Information Sessions, Financial Aid and Tours

Information Sessions are the best way to get an all-in-one overview of Borough of Manhattan Community College. In all of these sessions, you will: Discover 50+ academic programs (majors) that help make BMCC a nationally-ranked school Meet our diverse community of students, staff, and faculty Learn how to pay for school with financial aid, scholarships,...

Pride Month 2021

Artwork Submission by current BMCC Student, Garcia (they/them) Thursday, October 7 through Friday, October 29 Open Lab Virtual Open Mic Space A virtual space for students and the rest of the BMCC community through BMCC Open Lab. Folks are encouraged to upload creative works, as well as reviews of and responses to other events...

Evacuation Procedures

FOR EMERGENCIES To report a crime or emergency, call Public Safety at (212) 220-8080. If on campus call 911 or use one of the blue call boxes located throughout the campus. Click here for emergency call box locations Evacuation of People with Disabilities Do not use elevators or escalators. **The NYFD may override the...