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Types of Crimes

FOR EMERGENCIES To report a crime or emergency, call Public Safety at (212) 220-8080. If on campus call 911 or use one of the blue call boxes located throughout the campus. Click here for emergency call box locations In compliance with the federal law and in an effort to promote the personal safety of...

Rajvinder Kaur

For Vice President • Independent Dear Student Body, "Students Empowering Students" As a BMCC IMPACT mentor, I learned how you could help, empower, and support others while becoming someone who understands and listens to before throwing my opinion on others. As a student at BMCC, I want the BMCC community to become a better and...

NYC Men Teach “Humans of BMCC”

Tell your BMCC friends, classmates, faculty and staff! NYC Men Teach at BMCC will be hosting #HumansofBMCC (a spin-off of Humans of New York).Students, faculty and staff are invited to recount positive stories of being educated, engaged and/or empowered by NYC Male Teachers. For more information, call Reuben Quansah at (212) 776-6225 or rquansah@bmcc.cuny.edu. ...

CANCELLED: Going to the Dogs: What Humans can Learn from Canine Cognition

Do you struggle to get your dog to sit, client to upgrade, students to do their homework and friends to come to your party? Ethologist Courtey Garrity will discuss what is similar and different about human and dog cognition, as well as what both can learn from the other. While this discussion may just...

Appendices

Appendix A: Phase I Steering Committee Membership Karrin Wilks, Interim President (Ex-Officio) Joel Barker, Accounting James Berg, Associate Dean of Faculty Sangeeta Bishop, Chair – Department of Social Sciences, Academic Senate President Cheryl Comeau-Kirschner, English Marva Craig, Vice President for Student Affairs Janet Esquirol, Media Arts and Technology Joseph Ginese, New and First Year...

Behavioral & Social Sciences

Behavioral & Social Sciences How do behavior, society, and human experiences affect our daily lives? How can we understand and solve problems within society? Feed your curiosity! The majors in the Behavioral and Social Science Community reveal how the needs, ideas, and actions of individuals form our fascinating societies. Dive into what makes humans...

What are the eligibility requirements?

To receive a Federal Pell Grant and most other types of federal student aid, you must: Have financial need. Have a high school diploma, a GED, or have been home-schooled. Be enrolled to obtain a degree. Be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or other eligible classification of non- citizen. Have a valid Social Security...

Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Convictions

A drug conviction can prevent you from receiving federal financial aid.  If you were convicted of a drug offense that occurred while you were enrolled and receiving federal financial aid, you will be ineligible for further federal assistance for the period of time indicated below:   Possession of Illegal Drugs Sale of Illegal Drugs 1st Offense...

Ways to Give

Thank you for your support! Your generous donations go a long way in funding scholarships, research and programs that allows us to continue delivering quality education to our students. Gift Acceptance Policy (pdf) Direct Gifts Whether though cash, checks, credit cards or DAFs (Donor Advised Funds), these outright gifts help fund the College to meet...

Campus Behavior Code

In order to ensure the continuance and enhancement of the positive image and reputation of all members of the College community and in the interest of promoting student and faculty welfare at the College and the safety and security of our entire College community, the following Code of Behavior is in effect: Gambling and...