Borough of Manhattan Community College will celebrate its 38th commencement on Friday, May 30, at 11:30 a.m. in the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
Gregoria Majchrzyk will receive the Dean’s Award at the Borough of Manhattan Community College Honors Convocation on May 27. Ms. Majchrzyk is an accounting major with a 3.99 grade point average.
Moizah Arshad, a science major at Borough of Manhattan Community College, will receive the SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome Award at the Honors Convocation on May 27.
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has selected two valedictorians, both with 4.0 averages, for this year's commencement ceremony. BMCC will celebrate its 38th commencement on Friday, May 30, at 11:30 a.m. in the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
Professor Han will use the $61,000 grant to together educators from Borough of Manhattan Community College, Hunter College, and schools in Community School District One for four weeks of intensive study in China on the history of Chinese mathematics. They will visit four cities in China and their surrounding areas: Beijing, Huhhot in Inner Mongolia,...
The BMCC Fund’s 15th Annual Gala raised a record $616,439 to subsidize full-tuition scholarships for 172 students. Gala co-chairs Elizabeth Butson and Deborah Pearson, both active members of the Lower Manhattan community, brought about the highest level of attendance to date at this year’s event. More than 440 guests from New York’s corporate sector and...
In a recent survey, student parents with children enrolled in BMCC Early Childhood Center gave its teaching staff a score of excellent. They gave the center an overall score that was just past the mid-point between very good and excellent.
Children attended the April 12 ballet performance of Cinderella at The Tribeca Performing Arts Center dressed as their favorite character from the story.
The Borough of Manhattan Community College Fund, Inc. will honor benefactors Miles and Shirley Fiterman and Bank of New York President Gerald L. Hassell at the college’s 15th annual gala on April 10, 2003.
Borough of Manhattan Community College Professor Richard Chorley (Computer Information Systems) has founded an innovative new tutoring network, Skola America, in Prague. Skola America offers computer, accounting, business, and English courses.