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BMCC Nurtures Adult Students

BMCC Nurtures Adult Students
The lives of Christopher Long and Suzette Glace changed after they enrolled in the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) High School Equivalency (HSE) Preparation Program. Long entered the program in Fall 2014 and earned his HSE diploma in Spring 2015. Glace entered the program in Fall 2013 and earned her diploma in Winter 2014.

BMCC’s New Tuition Waiver Program Eases Financial Burden for Thousands of Students

BMCC’s New Tuition Waiver Program Eases Financial Burden for Thousands of Students
Summer 2015 marked the start of an innovative Summer Tuition Waiver Program at BMCC that offers six types of vouchers and is specific to the needs of BMCC students as they strive to complete their degrees.

BMCC Fall Career Fair

BMCC Fall Career Fair Offers Opportunities to Students
Almost 500 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students donned professional attire and made their way to the BMCC gym for the Fall 2015 Center for Career Development Career Fair on Tuesday, September 22.

BMCC State of Mind

BMCC State of Mind Launches Season 2/Episode 1 “Welcome to the Real World"
BMCC’s original discussion series that explores the relevant social, economic and political issues that are prominent at the post-secondary level of education.


Office of Student Affairs Offers Special Assistance Program
The Office of Student Affairs is pleased to inform you that limited funds are available to assist students whose academic progress may be directly impacted by personal emergencies. This fund is set up specifically to help retain students who are on the path to graduation, but may face setbacks outside of the classroom. Faculty and staff are encouraged o refer students to the Office of Student Affairs if he/she feels that a student may be in need of food, transportation assistance, or a short-term loan or grant (for matters excluding tuition payments). If you think that a student may be a good candidate, please refer him/her to the Office of Student Affairs, room S-350, to complete an Emergency Fund Request form. Students will be asked to provide documentation attesting to the validity of their claims, and to speak with a counselor.

For more information about this program, contact Sussie Gyamfi at (212) 220-8133 or

Making Headlines
BMCC Experts

BMCC’s Fiterman Hall is mentioned by Abitare Magazine
Abitare Magazine – September 12, 2015

President Antonio Perez Among Speakers cited in CUNY Service Corps Kick-off
Amsterdam News – September 18, 2015


Immigration Seminar
Sept. 28, 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Policing Gender: Broadening the Debates on Police Violence
Sept. 28, 4:00 – 6:30 pm

Diphthong Art Exhibit at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center (Opening Reception)
Sept. 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm (on display through Nov. 14)

MoneyWorks Workshop: Credit Repair & Banking-Who Control’s Your Money
Sept. 30, 2:00 p.m.

Panther Pride

Panthers Keep on Rolling with Win Over Orange County

BMCC Panthers Weekend Recap

Panthers Claw Back to Beat Caimans

Women’s Volleyball Schedule

Men’s Soccer Schedule

Connect with BMCC
Twitter Discussion
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