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Online Student Hub

Welcome New and Continuing Online Students!


Explore the following Sections below:

My Learning Section: Register for classes, receive advise, find tutoring, contact disabilities services, check the academic calendar, ask a librarian, what the grading policies are, and what student activities and services are available.

Apps and Technology Section: Free Microsoft Office 365 and Dropbox, technology training (Outlook, Zoom, OneDrive, Dropbox, and more), BCC mobile app, explore Brightspace, and help with technology at BCC.

Paying for My Studies Section: Learn about grants (FAFSA and TAP), scholarships, paying your tuition.

Policies, Forms and Guides Section: College Catalog, Academic Rules and Regulations, Student Handbook, and complaints.

Beyond BCC Section: Transfer Information and Career Planning.

My Learning

Connect with an Academic Advisor

  1. Meet with an Academic Advisor
  2. Review your major
  3. Select your course schedule
  4. Discuss any questions you may have

Register for Classes

  1. Print Your DegreeWorks Audit
  2. Make an appointment with your assigned academic advisor
  3. Contact your Departmental, Program or Academic Advisor
  4. Search for Your Classes and then Register
  5. Pay Your Tuition and Fees

Find Online Tutoring

Beyond the classroom, BCC offers extensive in-person and online support that can help you with your academic classes in nearly every subject area.  The Learning Commons is the hub for tutoring.

Additionally, all professors offer online office hours, which can be found in the syllabus for each course.

Academic Calendar 

Plan your semester and check important dates, holidays, and observances.

Disability Services

The Disability Services Office supports students with disabilities and ensures that they have equal access to educational opportunities.

Ask a Librarian

Our college library provides a modern, comfortable, and quiet place for students to study, do research, and engage in other academic pursuits.  Librarians are available on-site at the reference desk during nearly all open hours and via online chat after hours.

What are the BCC Grading Policies?

Find the academic policies most referenced by students, faculty, and staff.

What Student Activities and Services are Available?

BCC offers a variety of student services and student activities. Many are available for both in person and online students.

Apps and Technology

Get Free Access to Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 for Education provides BCC students free access to select Office 365 online applications and services, including Teams, Outlook, and Microsoft Office. Learn more about Microsoft Office 365 for Education. Log-in with your BroncoID username and password.

Claim your Free Dropbox Account

Dropbox lets you share files, collaborate on projects and store your work in the cloud.

Download the BRONXCC Mobile App

BRONXCC Mobile keeps you connected 24/7 with your courses, campus updates, college maps, social media and much more all in one place.

Explore Brightspace 

Brightspace is a modern and easy-to-use platform for faculty, students, and staff that can support all course modalities teaching and learning goals.

Need help with Technology?

The Technology Service Center (TSC) is your single point of contact for anything Information Technology related. TSC provides support for many of your technical issues, like accessing your accounts.

Looking for Tech Training?

The Information Technology Training Office (ITTO) offers a variety of technical training like Outlook, Zoom, OneDrive, Teams, Dropbox, Excel, and more with the purpose of transforming lives. These trainings will provide the necessary tools to enhance their technical skills to succeed and launch meaningful careers.

Paying for My Studies

File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)

File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and for your New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) online.

BCC FAFSA School Code: 002692

BCC TAP School Code: 1400

Other Sources of Financial Aid: Scholarships

The Scholarship Office provides students with the foundation and the tools needed to successfully continue their higher education.

Pay your Tuition

Many students are eligible for some form of financial aid, including Pell grants, TAP grants, and/or direct loans that help cover tuition expenses. We also offer other payment options for students who are not eligible for full financial aid, including a monthly tuition payment plan through Nelnet.

Policies, Forms, and Guides

College Catalog

The Catalog includes information about BCC academic programs, courses, services, and much more. The Catalog also includes policies, rules, and regulations that are binding for all members of the BCC community.

Student Handbook

Find information about topics such department and offices and their contact info, personal counseling, a diversity of programs, academic and general policies, and procedures.

Academic Rules and Regulations

These include grading policy, academic standing, academic integrity, academic appeals, probation, suspension, and more.

Online Student Complaint Process

We encourage all students with a complaint to first attempt to resolve the issue with faculty or staff directly. If this has not resolved the issue, students may reach out

Beyond BCC

Transfer Information

Make sure that your degree program and curriculum are consistent with your future career or educational plans.

Career Planning

Get advice on career planning, job-readiness skills, internships, and employment opportunities in your field of study.


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