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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...

Why NYC?

[bmcc_sidebar_menu"]BMCC is located in the heart of one of the greatest cities in the world. New York City’s metropolitan area is 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 attracts dynamic,...

Updates

11/19/20 – Message to Faculty, Staff and Students 09/11/20 – Message from the President to Faculty, Staff and Students 08/25/20 – Message from the President to Faculty, Staff and Students 08/10/20 – Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students 06/29/20 – Message from the Interim President to Faculty, Staff and Students...

Community Resources

Counseling services in your community There are many reasons a student may seek counseling outside the BMCC Counseling Center. Students seeking long-term therapy, specialized treatment, or those leaving the college shortly may choose to find a therapist they can see outside of school. Even if you are looking to start counseling somewhere else, the BMCC...

What You Need To Know

As a new student at BMCC you likely have some questions, some curiosities, or could be saying, “I don’t know what I don’t know yet. How can you help?” This is what New Student Programs is here to help with. With programs such as F.Y.E and Panther GPS New Student Orientation, we try to...

2018 Agendas

• AS agenda 2.28.18 • AS agenda 3.28.18 • AS agenda 04.25.18 • AS agenda 05.23.18 • AS agenda - 5.23.2018 Organizational session • AS agenda 09.26.18 • AS agenda 10.24.18 • AS agenda 11.28.18

Frequently Asked Questions

Updated as of February 2, 2022 PLEASE NOTE: Responses to the Frequency Asked Questions will be updated with guidance from the New York State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the City University of New York (CUNY). Health and Safety Yes, by encouraging the use of face coverings by all building...

Service Corps Frequently Asked Questions

Can I apply to the program if I am graduating in the fall semester? Yes. Students are encouraged to apply if they are enrolled at one of the eight participating campuses (Borough of Manhattan Community College, City College, College of Staten Island, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Lehman College, Medgar Evers College, New...

Out in Two Scholarship

A Scholarship Program for Success Out in Two is a presidential scholarship program with a supportive community designed to help you graduate from BMCC within two years and assist you in transferring to a senior college. Benefits $1,600 per semester for the remaining 3 semesters Dedicated academic advisor Organized trips to senior colleges Free...

Psychology (A.A.)

Program Coordinators: Professor Daniel DePaulo, ddepaulo@bmcc.cuny.edu; Professor David Caicedo, dcaicedo@bmcc.cuny.edu The Social Science, Human Services and Criminal Justice Department offers a major in Psychology which will lead to an Associate in Arts degree. Psychology is the study of how people behave, think and feel. It includes learning about memory, reasoning, personality and mental health....