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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...

COVID-19

In compliance with a public policy directive issued by Governor Hochul on December 31, all full- and part-time faculty, all non-teaching instructional staff (which includes, among others, NTAs, CLTs and those in the HEO series), and personnel in the Executive Compensation Plan,  are required to be fully vaccinated (two dose Pfizer or Moderna regimen, or...

Sister Colleges Transfer Information

Experience an educational community dedicated to the academic and personal growth of women Smith and Mount Holyoke Colleges are selective liberal arts colleges that are part of the Seven Sisters, a consortium of prestigious East Coast colleges for women.  Both colleges, located in Massachusetts, offer world-class education and generous scholarship packages, for eligible students. Students...

Job Opportunities

Borough Of Manhattan Community College EOC Enrollment Coordinator (aHEO) Open Date: 05/09/2022     Closing Date: 06/09/2022 Executive Director of Human Resources - Assistant Administrator Open Date: 05/04/2022     Closing Date: 05/24/2022 Student Life Specialist- Assistant Director of Student Activities and Engagement Open Date: 4/29/2022     Closing Date: 05/29/2022 Library Faculty (Open Rank) - Cataloger and Metadata...

Taking Good Notes

WHY TAKE NOTES? To identify key concepts. Taking notes during class is a great way to help you identify and reinforce key concepts in each course. These key concepts are likely to appear on exams, and professors will also expect you to reference them in short written assignments or term papers. To master the...

Academic Standing

While enrolled at BMCC, your academic performance is continually evaluated in order that you and the College can determine how you are progressing in your studies. Your evaluation is based upon your cumulative Grade-Point Average (GPA). The following minimum retention standards must be met: Cumulative Credits Attempted Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) 0-...