The Office of Information Technology is happy to announce that BCC OnePath (Single Sign-On) is here!!
What is BCC One Path?
BCC One Path allows you to store and manage your passwords in one convenient and secured location.
How Does It Work?
Just log into BCC ONE Path using your BCC Bronco ID and gain access to your accounts without being prompted to log in again to each of them. It’s that simple! If you are a first-time user, you will need to configure the system based on your preferences. For more information, click here to visit our website.
CUNYfirst August Close: CUNYfirst unavailable starting 9 PM on Fri, August 31
Posted on Mon, 06 Aug 2018 18:27:02
The CUNYfirst month-end financial closing activities for August will take place from 9 pm on Friday, August�31 to 1 am on Saturday, September�1, 2018.
During this time the CUNYfirst Human Capital (HCM) and Campus Solutions (CS) functions will not be available.
CUNYfirst August Maintenance: CUNYfirst unavailable starting at 7pm on Sat. August 25
Posted on Mon, 06 Aug 2018 18:20:29
The CUNYfirst hosting service provider has scheduled its monthly system maintenance the weekend of August 25, 2018. CUNYfirst will be unavailable for up to 24 hours.
Maintenance Start: 7pm ET on Saturday, August 25, 2018. Maintenance End: 7pm ET on Sunday, August 26, 2018.
CUNYfirst: Annual Disaster Recovery Drill and System Availability Starting Fri, August 3 at 4 PM
Posted on Thu, 19 Jul 2018 21:29:33
The annual CUNYfirst Disaster Recovery Drill (DR Drill) is scheduled the weekend of August 3-5, 2018. During this DR Drill, CUNYfirst will be unavailable to users as follows:
CUNYfirst unavailability start time: 4:00 pm on Friday, August 3 CUNYfirst unavailability end time: 6:00 pm on Sunday, August 5
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CUNYfirst – which stands for Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool – is a suite of software that has replaced many of our aging computer systems in the areas of Student Administration, Finance and Human Resources. The ongoing implementation of all CUNYfirst applications involves a multi-year process with CUNY colleges being brought online several institutions at a time. The new software continues to play a key role in helping the University realize its goal of an integrated CUNY.
Featuring an interconnected University-wide system that effectively ties into and manages students' education and records; faculty/staff employment and benefits information; and all College business operations
Industry Best Practices
Putting into place systems and procedures that comply with CUNY's common goal of providing the best customer service to our students, faculty, staff and community
Standardization without loss of identity
Implementing common processes that can be accepted across the University while allowing campuses to continue their unique missions
Making available modern systems and processes that allow the user more control and flexibility
Accurate and timely information to better serve students, faculty and staff
Accessing information in real time
Replacement of aging computer systems
Retiring systems that have reached their capacity and replacing them with the most modern educational and business systems
Whom does CUNYfirst affect?
Everyone in CUNY. Students, faculty and staff are all affected in a positive way. With this integration, students' records are linked to business and finance systems, and personnel records for faculty and staff are connected University-wide.
What areas have acquired new systems?
CUNYfirst consists of three main sections: Campus Solutions (Student Administration), Human Resources and Finance. In each of these sections, new systems have changed the way we do business in a number of key areas:
As new CUNYfirst applications have been launched, various members of the BCC community, including students, have been trained on how to use the tools they need to succeed at Bronx Community College.