The mission of the Office of Information Technology (IT) is to provide secure, reliable, and appropriate systems, equipment, infrastructure, services, user support and training for the college community that fosters optimal information and data stewardship and security.
The Office of Information Technology (IT) has operational, strategic and fiscal responsibility for the innovation, implementation and advancement of technology at the College.
IT services include, but are not limited to Academic Computing, Service Desk, Networking & Telecommunication, Campus Service Delivery, System Administration, Information Services and Information Security.
The Academic Computing staff welcomes all students, faculty and staff to make maximum use of our facilities. Academic Computing consists of 10 computer labs located throughout campus. Click here for a full list of Academic Computing labs.
At BCC, we focus on Cyber Security Awareness by sharing simple ways to help you protect yourself online, along with actions to take if you are impacted by a breach, cybercrime, or other online issues. Click here to access important Information Security resources.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) is a required set of policies and procedures for optimizing the security of credit card transactions. BCC is committed to safeguarding personal and account information transmitted or stored during the processing of payment card payments. Click here to find out more about BCC’s PCI-DSS compliance effort.
The Student Technology Fee (STF) Advisory Committee was established in 2002 to develop the College’s plans for use of the revenues from the new student technology fee adopted by the University Board of Trustees. Find out more about STF here.
If you have an issue or need support, submit a work order here using your BCC email account information. For any emergency that might create safety hazards or cause major property damage, call us directly at 718.289.5969.