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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...

Computer Information Systems 

The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Department offers programs in Computer Information Systems and Computer Network Technology leading to the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. Both programs provide students with technical competence in the field of computer information systems and a basic understanding of business organization and the role of computer information systems in...

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-...

Academic and Critical Reading

Courses The ACR component of the Department of Academic Literacy and Linguistics provides developmental reading instruction to BMCC students who have taken but not yet passed the CUNY ACT Reading test. Students are placed in the appropriate level of ACR based upon their CUNY ACT Reading scores. There are two levels: Faculty There are...

RingCentral

Resources to get started Getting Started for Users RingCentral Quickstart Guide (pdf) RingCentral VVX 450 Overview (video) Training session videos To view the videos, login using your CUNYfirst credentials, not your BMCC credentials June 17 training session @ BMCC June 23 training session @ BMCC How-to for RingCentral Users Option 1- From your web...

Linguistics and Literacy Program

Program Coordinator:  Professor Cynthia Wiseman, cwiseman@bmcc.cuny.edu The Department of Academic Literacy and Linguistics (ALL) offers an Associate in Arts (AA) degree in Linguistics and Literacy. The Linguistics and Literacy program aims to foster a critical appreciation of language while helping students to understand the relationship between linguistics and literacy. Students will understand systems of...

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....

Message from the Interim President to Faculty Staff and Students (04/21/20)

Dear BMCC Community, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and strong as we continue our difficult journey through the COVID-19 pandemic. I again want to thank faculty, staff and students for your commitment, creativity and compassion as we moved rapidly to delivering all instruction and support services from a distance. This...

Prepare for Interviews

Interviewing is a critical part to getting any job or internship. It is an opportunity to showcase your skill set to an employer. Being prepared is critical to landing the opportunity; practice and preparation will enhance your chances. In the job search process, interviews are crucial! Prepare for the interview in advance Research the...