Bronx Community College has a long and vibrant history of Black artists and the arts on its campus. In honor of Black History Month, the History department has created a […]

BEYA STEM Conference

Date: Friday, February 16, 2024 – Sunday, February 18, 2024 Location: Baltimore, Maryland The 2024 BEYA STEM Conference is a distinguished national conference which provides a forum for [...]

Pass / No Pass Policy

To the College Community:   We are reaching out to remind students, faculty, and staff of the BCC Pass/No Pass policy, which is in effect every semester, including this one. This […]

Anti Bullying Week at BCC

In recognition of Anti-Bullying Week, here are five identified areas of impact where you can participate: 1.       Raise Awareness: Use social media to promote awareness of the week and call […]

Compassion at BCC

On October 18th, the BCC community came together at Roscoe Brown for an event titled, “Compassion at BCC: Conversations & Resources”. The event also was shown virtually for those who […]

Got Orange Soda?

Having always wanted to work in Student Life, Tiffany Dubon-Yard says she truly is living the dream. Ten years ago, she knew she wanted to head back home to the […]

Faculty Day

On April 28, BCC celebrated the 10th Annual Faculty Day, an opportunity for faculty, staff and students from all departments to come together to share research, creative works and pedagogical [...]

Open House

BCC held its Open House on Thursday, April 20. The Open House was a strategy that was put forth by the Marketing & Recruitment Committee and was co-chaired by Dr. […]

BCC’s Denim Day

Each year, on the last Wednesday in April, people around the world gather to bring awareness about sexual violence and to stand up in support of survivors. Denim Day began […]

The Bronco Reconnect Mixer

The Bronco Reconnect Mixer was held on April 18. The event was led by Joshua Perez, Admissions; Cheryl Walker, Academic Success Center; Wilma Rosario, Financial Aid and Karen Thomas, the […]

Blackstone LaunchPad Challenge

Blackstone LaunchPad, ASAP, First Year Program (FYP) and the Office of Career Development partnered to present a Workplace Challenge. Students came up with ways to ensure that the company culture [...]

Faculty Day 2023

Bronx Community College in partnership with Committee on Instruction & Professional Development Presents The Tenth Annual BCC Faculty Day: Scholarship for the Public Good Friday, April 28, [...]

GAP Ad Shot at BCC

An ad for the GAP’s new Brooklyn Circus campaign was shot at BCC in November. The GAP photo shoot took place the week before Thanksgiving. It is for a limited-edition […]

Club Fair

On October 6, a beautiful and sunny Thursday afternoon, the BCC Club Fair was held on the Quad. It was an exciting event with students visiting tables set up by […]

Bursar Stephen Cacace

Stephen Cacace has been the Bursar at Bronx Community College (BCC) since January 2022. He graduated from Brooklyn College in 2009 and was assistant Bursar there since 2013. His work […]

BCC Faculty Visit India

BCC Chairperson of the Chemistry, Earth Sciences and Environmental Sciences Department  Dr. Neal Phillip and faculty member Professor Paramita Sen were joined by , CUNY CREST Institute Executive [...]

Mohammed Fuad

BCC graduate Mohammed Fuad and his family came to this country from Bangladesh in 2012 seeking better opportunities. When he moved to The Bronx he learned about BCC’s low tuition […]

Mohammed Fuad

BCC graduate Mohammed Fuad and his family came to this country from Bangladesh in 2012 seeking better opportunities. When he moved to The Bronx he learned about BCC’s low tuition […]

BRESI GRANTS

President Thomas A. Isekenegbe announced that eight BCC professors are recipients of grants from CUNY’s Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative (BRESI). In total, BCC received $99,762.00 [...]

About Dr. Grisel Y. Acosta

Dr. Grisel Y. Acosta is an Afro-Latinx, queer, full professor at the City University of New York-Bronx Community College. Her poetry collection, Things to Pack on the Way to Everywhere, […]

BCC UNDERGRADUATE STEM DAY

BCC is proud of the outstanding undergraduate research in ‘Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conducted by our students and faculty mentors. On Friday May 6 from 10:00 a.m. [...]

Ninth Annual Faculty Day

Faculty Day is an opportunity for members of all departments to come together to share research, creative work and pedagogical ideas to build interdisciplinary cooperation at BCC. The event is [...]

Student Town Halll

A Student Town Hall presented information about commencement, COVID guidelines, class schedules and other information of interest to BCC students. The President announced that this year’s [...]

Michael Aidoo

Michael Aidoo, who was recently selected as a Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship finalist, has added another honor to his resume. He will have a summer Internship in Research Experience for […]

BCC Partners with Amazon

BCC will be part of a new partnership between The City University of New York and Amazon which allows the company’s current hourly employees to receive an annual benefit covering […]

NSF Internships

BCC students are invited to apply to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a $9,000 internship ($6,000 in Summer 2022 and $1,500 in Fall and Spring 2023.through the NSF Research […]

The MLT Program

This academic year marks the 50th anniversary of Medical Laboratory Technician program that prepares its students for careers in hospitals and other medical settings. There they run the tests [...]

C3E Returns to BCC

On January 20 and 21, Bronx Community College hosted and organized the ninth annual Conference on Community College Excellence. The theme of the conclave of educators was “What Makes Community [...]

BCC Grows with Google

Bronx Community College has announced its participation in the Grow with Google HSI Career Readiness Program. The initiative will help Latino students at over 20 Hispanic Serving Institutions [...]

The BCC Library

The Bronx Community College library combines architectural beauty with the latest in information technology. In this episode of the View from University Heights, Chief Librarian Michael Miller [...]

College Now

College Now is a free program for qualified NYC public high school students that introduces them to college life. Students experience the richness of the BCC campus by taking college-level class [...]

New Access to Campus

CUNY is in the process of transitioning away from the Everbridge/VaxPass application and implementing a new platform.  The Cleared4 system will now provide an “Access Pass” by which all [...]

Thoughts on 9/11

As part of BCC’s observance of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, members of the College community were invited to submit their video recorded reflections on our city’s greatest tragedy. The results [...]

Get Psych’D

This episode takes a look at the Peer Educator and Career Development program (Get PSyCh’D) for BCC students with a passion for psychology, social work and other mental health professions. [...]

9/11 Remembrance

The Office of Student Life in conjunction with the BCC Student Government Association, will host BCC Reflections of 9/11. This program is comprised of four activities in recognition of the […]

A BCC Family Festival

June 15 was Family Day at Bronx Community College. Thirty-five student-parents and their children drove through the campus and stopped at five stations, where they picked up a cornucopia of […]

Email Scam Alert

BCC’s IT department asks everyone to be aware that there are fraudulent emails being sent to students about taxes. The emails use subject lines such as “Tax Refund Payment” or [...]

BCC Grad Goes to McGill

Carlos Perez-Valle, a recent Bronx Community College graduate in Liberal Arts Speech Pathology option, has accepted an offer to attend the Ph.D. program in Communication Sciences and Disorders at [...]

BCC and Earth Day

Earth Day in April was a natural fit for science of Geological Agriculture, a new STEM field at BCC. Better known as “GeoAg,” it focuses on growing plants for food […]

BCC at the EdTech Showcase

The 2021 Bronx Edtech showcase was fittingly held online on Friday, May 7. Innovators from the three Bronx CUNY colleges considered the challenges and rewards of integrating technology into [...]

Johns Hopkins Program Winner

BCC Psychology major Abubakary Drammeh will be virtually attending The Johns Hopkins University Humanities Collaboratory this summer. The program provides an $8,500 stipend and a rare opportunity [...]

Exploring Our Biases

Some 120 Bronx Community College students, faculty and staff gathered in cyberspace on Thursday, March 25 to hear author and scientist Dr. Mahzarin Banaji give a presentation on the focus […]

TRIO Scholarship Winners

The TRIO Pre-collegiate Programs of Bronx Community College prepare middle and high school students for futures in higher education. The following members of TRIOs 2021 graduating class have been [...]

Growth Mindset Showcase

Bronx Community College will host an all-day online Growth Mindset Showcase. The “growth mindset” is rooted in the idea that intelligence is not fixed at birth but instead grows with […]

A BCC-Google Partnership

Last summer, Google approached Bronx Community College about piloting a six-month Mentorship and Development Program (MDP), Google’s first community college-focused effort. It was intended for [...]

Restoring GML

Even as most BCC classes are conducted remotely, the campus itself remains alive and growing. The major repair and restoration of our iconic Gould Memorial Library is well underway. Here […]

Vet Stance Mason

BCC has an active Student Veterans Club and some remarkably active student veterans. One such high achiever is Stance Mason. Mr. Mason served with the U.S. Air Force as a mechanic […]

A Productive Professor

Dr. Ulana Lysniak, Associate Professor of BCC’s Department of Health, Physical Education & Recreation had no less than four papers to her credit in 2020. They are: “Skill identity: Creating [...]

Week of Welcome

Hello Broncos! If you have questions, we have answers! During the first week of classes, feel free to pop into staffed Zoom spaces for assistance with navigating the spring 2021 […]

Making it in the Movies

The BCC Male Empowerment Network and In A Woman Productions are presenting a “Pre-Kwanzaa Film Festival Virtual Youth Symposium” on Friday, December 11, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This free [...]

More Help for Honduras

In the wake of devastating hurricanes and earthquakes in Honduras, New York City Council Member Fernando Cabrera and Bronx Community College launched a second joint drive to provide relief to the [...]