Course Cancellation Policy
In order for a course to run, a minimum number of registrants must be enrolled. The Department of Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Bronx Community College makes every effort to run scheduled courses. However, we reserve the right to cancel courses, make substitutions in faculty and change days, times and locations of classes if and when necessary. In the case of a canceled or postponed class, our staff will make every effort to contact registered students. If we are unable to contact you, we strongly suggest you call two business days before a class starts to confirm that it will meet as scheduled. We are not responsible for misprints in our literature or website. In the event of an error, we will make every effort to provide corrected information in a timely manner.
Workforce Development and Continuing Education
Philosophy Hall, Room 14
2155 University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10453
Requirements for Candidates for Certificate Programs
Students must complete all program course requirements, including attendance, assignments, quizzes/tests, final examinations and any projects assigned by the instructor. To receive a course certificate, students must earn a grade of C or better.
Document Request Procedures
Students must complete a Document Request form at the Workforce and Economic Development office and submit payment by money order or credit/debit card for the following:
- Student transcript ($0)
- Official transcript with seal ($4)
- Replacement transcript ($5)
- Replacement program certificate ($15)
Please note that as per state law, we are only required to maintain program information for a maximum of seven years for certificate courses.
All documents may be picked up during normal office hours: Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5 PM.
During the registration process, students must read and verify that they understand the refund policy for Workforce and Economic Development. Students are required to complete a Refund Request Form with the Workforce and Economic Development office to initiate the refund process. The following are the periods and amounts refundable:
|Drop Periods||Tuition Refunded||Tuition Payment Due|
|Cancellation of class by College||100%||0%|
|Drop course on/before start date||100%||0%|
|Drop course after 1st class session, no attendance||75%||25%|
|Drop course after 1st class session, with attendance||50%||50%|
|Drop course after 2nd class session||25%||75%|
|No refunds are available after 3rd class session||0%||100%|
All refunds are subject to the policies of The City University of New York and Bronx Community College. All refund requests are subject to administrative approvals. For proper processing, please allow 20 business days to receive refund reimbursement. Refund payments will only be mailed directly to the student or company if tuition was paid for by money order or company check. Refund payment checks cannot be picked up at the Workforce and Economic Development office. All credit/debit card tuition payment transactions will be refunded directly to the cardholder’s financial company.
Bronx Community College is an equal opportunity and an affirmative action institution. The College does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship, religion, race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, veteran status or marital status in its admissions, employment, access to programs or courses, or in its administration of educational policies.
Class Status FAQ
In order for a course to run, a minimum number of registrants must be enrolled. We make every effort to run scheduled courses. However, we reserve the right to cancel courses, make substitutions in faculty and change days, times and locations of classes if and when necessary. In the case of a canceled or postponed class, our staff will make every effort to contact students. If we are unable to contact you, we strongly suggest that you contact us two business days before a class starts to confirm that it will meet as scheduled.
Provided that the minimum student count is met, courses runs every fall, spring and summer semester, often during weekday evenings and weekend days. Summer courses are limited. The length of courses may vary depending on the number of instructional hours and the curriculum.
Workforce Development and Continuing Education’s classes are held on the BCC campus. However, some contract training or grant-sponsored programs may be held at off-campus sites.