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Academic Momentum 2.0 (AcMo 2.0)

Background In October 2017, CUNY launched the Academic Momentum Campaign, a system-wide endeavor to improve undergraduate graduation rates over a three-year period. The campaign was structured as a University-wide initiative with clear goals in which CUNY Office of Academic Affairs monitored and reported on progress toward goals, facilitated communication, and organized convenings, and cross-functional...

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...

Why New York City?

BMCC is located in the heart of one of the greatest cities in the world. New York City’s metropolitan area is a hub for technology and research that offers unparalleled cultural, artistic, and educational opportunities. The city is much more than an abundance of parks, museums, educational institutions, music venues, theater, and restaurants. It...

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...

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...

2020-2025 Strategic Priorities, Goals, Actions, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

The priorities, goals, actions, and KPIs listed below reflect the work conducted during both phases of the Designing for Success process. This final version was also guided by six principles included in the charge to the strategic planning subcommittees. These were: recommend specific actions to achieve the objective, including improvements or changes to policies, practices,...

TAP Frequently Asked Questions

Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) a New York State funded grant program that helps pay the tuition of eligible full-time and part-time students. If you receive a TAP award, the money comes directly to the college for payment of your tuition.To be eligible for TAP, you must: Be a legal resident...

Frequently Asked Questions About Let’s Talk

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about the Counseling Center's Lets Talk program. 1. What is Let’s Talk? Let's Talk is a program for currently enrolled students that provides easy access to informal and confidential consultations with counselors from the Counseling Center. The purpose of Let’s Talk is to provide a pre-counseling...