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A New Bronx Home for Making Films — and Filmmakers
BCC President Isekenegbe and students from the Media and Digital Film Production Program attended the world premiere of a state-of-the-art studio in the borough.
A few years ago he was broke and homeless, with a son to support. Now Darnell Reed is at City College, intending to become an attorney. What made the difference? His own talent and determination and a place that recognized them — BCC.
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This year BCC marks the occasion with a variety of events focused on “The Art of the Latinidad: Playwright Carmen Rivera and the Role of the Arts in the Latino/a Community.”
Fall 2016 Scheduled Classes
With over 376 courses offered at BCC this fall — 255 of them available evenings and weekends — you can enroll in the classes you need at a time that works best for you.
Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. BCC distinguished president emeritus, decorated World War II veteran, member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen and 2009 recipient of a Congressional Gold Medal dies at age 94.
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Andre Christie will receive his Associate in Science degree from Bronx Community College next month, days after returning from South Africa, where he is studying health care for the poor. The day after Commencement, he will fly down to Bethesda, Maryland, to work beside medical researchers at the National Institutes of Health. A month after that, he’ll transfer to New York University, the next step in his dream of becoming a doctor.
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The imprisonment without trial of Kalief Browder and his effort to restart his life at BCC has ignited discussion about criminal justice across the country. Support from individuals moved by his story is helping formerly incarcerated students earn college degrees.
A trio of BCC students are semi-finalists for the highly competitive Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship
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Education is important in "unlocking all the doors," Thomas A. Isekenegbe tells first-generation learners at the City University of New York’s Bronx Community College, where he became president in August.
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CUNYfirst MyInfo Launches Mobile App
CUNYfirst MyInfo gives students, faculty and staff quick access to important information right from your mobile smart device! A new app for a new semester!
In a Washington Post Op-Ed, the President discusses his banning of solitary confinement for juveniles, citing the tragedy of BCC student Kalief Browder.
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February 5, 2015 - Gateway to College National Network has announced the election of Dr. Eduardo Martí to its Board of Directors. Mr. Marti will travel to Portland, Oregon, in February for his inaugural meeting with fellow trustees.
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In the weeks since the terrorist attack on the offices of the Parisian satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, many have attempted to understand how it happened and what it says about the state of the world.
Members of BCC’s community of dreamers, strivers and achievers talk about what matters to them and how, each in a uniquely individual way, they discovered it on our campus.
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