CCT Eligible Activities

Your Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) tracks certain outside-the-classroom activities that are related to your education at BMCC. Here are some guidelines about what does and does not count as a CCT activity:

  • On and off-campus jobs and internships are not CCT approved items.
  • CCT is for items NOT reflected on an academic transcript.  (Example: Dean’s list is reflected on an academic transcript.)
  • Programs/research projects that are for academic credit are not CCT approved items.
  • Academic or admissions based programs are not CCT approved items.
  • Club members must attend four (4) club meetings per semester to get CCT credit. (Based on club attendance sheets)
  • Individual club sponsored events or programs are not CCT approved items. Club executive board positions will receive CCT credit at the end of the semester.
  • Only BMCC sponsored & supported community service projects will receive CCT credit. (Students cannot personal volunteer work)

 

Here are some activities that can be included on your Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT). More activities beyond those listed in each category can be CCT eligible. If you have questions about specific activities, please contact the Office of Student Activities.

  1. Athletics and Recreation (One semester)
    • Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams
    • Men’s Baseball team
    • Women’s Volleyball team
    • Men’s and Women’s Soccer team
  1. Clubs and Organizations (One semester)
    • Officer or Member (attend 4 meetings) in one of over 80 Student Clubs. Club categories: academic, sports, diversity/multicultural, media, political, professional, religious, social service and creative
    • Officer in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
    • Executive or Inducted member of The National Society of Leadership & Success
  1. Community Service and Civic Engagement (Participant/Member)

    • Alternative Break: Week of Service
    • BMCC Academy of Leadership and Service (one semester)
    • PLUS program for community service
    • Civic Leadership Program for advocacy and lobbying training
    • Career Explorers Program to develop professional and networking skills
    • Sister2Sister Peer Mentoring Program
  1. Honors and Awards (Recipient)
    • BMCC Foundation Scholarship
    • BMCC Moneyworks Ambassador Scholarship
    • College Discovery Program Awards
    • Out in Two Scholarship
    • Academic Excellence Award (various academic departments)
    • Student Achievement Awards (co-curricular activities)
  1. Leadership Training (One semester)
    • BMCC Academy of Leadership and Service
    • BOLT program for freshmen
    • COACH online program for club officers and club members
    • Peer Mentoring Program for mentors and mentees
    • REAL program for experienced student leaders
  1. Workshops and Seminars
  1. Research (One semester)
  1. Professional Activities (One semester)
  1. Performances and Art Showcases
    • Presentation of artwork, sculpture, writing, design.
    • Performance of theater poetry, dance and other performances
  1. Global Experience
    • Study Abroad (Course enrollment required)
      • Argentina, Brazil, China, France, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Spain
    • Alternative Spring/Winter Break (locales vary)
    • Leadership Retreats
    • Regional and National Conferences
  1. Completed Assessments and Certifications
    • CPR/First Aid Certification
    • Clifton Strengths Assessment
    • DISC Behavioral Assessment
    • Mental Health First Aid Training
    • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
    • Strong Interest Inventory
    • Volunteer Income

Office of Student Activities (OSA)

Room S-230
Phone: (212) 220-8160
Email: cct@bmcc.cuny.edu
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Harry Mars, Director
Mariana Torres, Assistant Director
Kayla Maryles, Assistant Director
Christina Waszak, Assistant Director