BMCC has 50+ associate degree programs, 8,500+ enrolled in adult and continuing education, success programs like ASAP and Math Start, and an overall student-body representing 155 countries. Male students seeking degrees from an HBCU benefit from our Morehouse College agreement, furthermore, our Public Health Academy is fulfilling the demand for health professionals in NYC. GAINS help academic probation students regain good standing, and 2021 launched IT and Healthcare Opportunities through Programs in Education. We’re among only 20 colleges nationwide in the Grow with Google HSI Career Readiness Program, and the top-ranked in the northeast for awarding the most associate degrees to Hispanics, also, through our Study Abroad we’re the sole CUNY college recognized as a Benjamin Gilman 20th Anniversary Top Producer Institution. Shaped like a ship with helm pointed to sea, our main Chambers St. building spans four blocks, and our Murray St. building was the largest single donation ever made to a community college. Although the building was severely damaged in the World Trade Center tragedy, AY12-13 saw the opening of the rebuilt Fiterman Hall, a 15-story facility.
Career Pipeline Programs + Enrollment to Graduation Support Systems = The BCC Value!
The significance of BCC within the country’s poorest economic district is evident. Our rich diversity reflects dedication to NYC’s populations, most graduate debt free, and the added workforce income attributable to BCC credits annually amounts to $175.5 million. We’re committed to education AND graduation via ASAP (Accelerated Study in Associate Programs) and other academic services. Our Automotive Tech and Nuclear Medicine programs are unique in CUNY, while our exclusive Future Now program trains the formerly incarcerated. Our Run the Bronx event, Co-founded by President Emeritus and Tuskegee Airman Roscoe Brown Jr., promotes community health by annually attracting 2,000+ participants, and our 45-acre campus boasts of National Historic Landmarks, the work of internationally renowned architects Stanford White, Marcel Breuer, and Robert Stern, and the country’s first Hall of Fame of Great Americans.