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Mathematics Lab/Tutoring

Programs Offered Mathematics The Mathematics Lab currently provides online and limited in-person tutoring through Upswing Use your BMCC student email username and password to log in. Here are instructions to help you use the new online system. The Mathematics Lab: provides tutoring which is offered on a drop-in basis provides a collection of computer programs...

Cybersecurity Bootcamp

Become a Cybersecurity Professional Across nearly every industry, cybersecurity skills are in demand to ensure the secure handling of data online and protect it from attacks, amongst other essential duties. This online Cybersecurity Bootcamp is designed to empower the next generation of cybersecurity professionals to tackle advanced and critical threats. No previous experience is...

2007-2008

Technology Fee Report, 2007-2008 The President's Advisory Committee on Technology met during the spring 2007 semester to recommend to the president a set of technology-related projects.  These projects were intended to make the best use of the funds generated by the student technology fee to meet instructional and other student-related needs for the 2007-2008...

Media

News September 9, 2021: 9/11 Survivors Are Still Getting Sick Decades Later:  Am I Next? January 24, 2021: A top 9/11 lawyer is crusading to help families take advantage of their last chance to receive awards (Fortune.com) April 2019: At BMCC, 9/11 illness still looms large (Clarion) Videos The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund...

Media and Video Access Guidelines and Procedures

The Office of Public Affairs is the primary resource for public relations, publications, and digital communication services for the college. Staff members assist in providing guidance on internal and external communication methods and practices. Members of the media requesting faculty commentary for news articles, broadcasts or online channels should contact the Office of Public...

Overview of WTC Health Program & Victim Compensation Fund

The James Zadroga Act of 2010 created two separate federal programs: WTC Health Program (WTCHP) which provides medical care for physical and mental illness to first responders and survivors (i.e., those who lived, worked, and who attended school below Houston Street). Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) which provides compensation for physical injury, medical care reimbursement, and...

Academic Support

Our tutors and coaches can help you with staying focused and on track. Click on any of the tutors below or log into Upswing. You can also click on the schedule to know when they are available Monday through Friday. Mustafa Ali (Coach) muali@bmcc.cuny.edu (646) 481-2026 Gabriel Caballero (ITL, SPN, MUSIC) gcaballero@bmcc.cuny.edu (646) 484-9597 Ana Cuzco (Coach)...

Travelers’ Frequently Asked Questions

1. I want to travel to attend a professional conference or seminar in my field – what do I need to do? You must first request and attain permission to travel by completing a Travel Authorization via CUNYfirst. Authorization for both out-of-town travel and local travel must be completed and submitted, via CUNYfirst, for...

Student Resources

The Center for Career Development will help you to explore your interests and use them to set goals for yourself. You will learn how to develop a career tool kit which will be used in your job search. You will also be able to prepare for interviews, learn job search techniques as well as how...

57th Commencement Exercises

On Thursday, June 9, BMCC will celebrate its 57th Commencement at the Barclays Center. The ceremony will also be LiveStreamed. Attention Graduates All graduates must arrive by 7:30 a.m. and enter at 461 Dean Street entrance Barclays Center Travel Light to the Center: You will have to go on stage with everything you bring to...