Welcome to the 2022 Spring Semester

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BMCC President Anthony E. Munroe
BMCC President Anthony E. Munroe

Welcome to the 2022 Spring Semester at BMCC! I hope your Winter Break was restful and you are prepared to start the semester feeling reinvigorated and ready to engage in new experiences.

With the start of classes on Friday, January 28, we eagerly resume in-person, hybrid, and online classes at BMCC. We do so with a clear awareness of the realities tied to the COVID-19 pandemic and the evolving challenges brought on by new variants.

As a college community, we are making strides to bring in-person activities back to campus to encourage meaningful engagement that has always been associated with the traditions of the college experience.

More of our faculty and staff will be returning to campus to reconnect with colleagues and extend the quality service that is expected from our students. I want to thank our faculty and staff for staying connected with our students and helping them find success inside and outside of the classroom.

This semester, students, faculty and staff will celebrate cultures and the arts with various heritage months scheduled throughout the spring, beginning with Afrikan Heritage Monthin February. Also, on February 9, BMCC’s Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) will be hosting a Welcome Back Fair in Richard Harris Terrace, an excellent opportunity for students to learn about ARC’s valuable resources including the Panther Pantry. Other services including the Library, the BMCC Bookstore and the cafeteria are open offering great spaces for our college community to study, shop and recharge.

As we bring life back to our campus and Re-imagine BMCC, we must continue to navigate wisely through the pandemic. I am confident that BMCC is prepared to do so. I encourage everyone to get vaccinated, get boosted and wear a mask properly. Taking these actions are the best ways for us to protect ourselves and each other from COVID-19.

Remember to stay healthy by practicing positive self-care and learn about helpful tips and resources on the Resilience, Health and Wellness website.

I wish you all a wonderful 2022 Spring Semester! Go Panthers!


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Anthony E. Munroe
President, Borough of Manhattan Community College