To make your experience count at BCC, our support for students includes admissions and registration, financial aid services, general academic advising, transfer, career and personal counseling services, as well as services for international, veteran and disabled students.
We are committed to making sure that nothing gets in the way of you achieving success at BCC.
Sage Hall [SA], room 201 • 718.289.5401
The Center provides academic advising, registration assistance and academic orientation for students.
ASAP is designed to help motivated community college students earn their degrees as quickly as possible.
CLIP is an intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program for CUNY students who need to improve their academic English language skills.
Loew Hall [LO], room 406 • 718.289.5882
College Discovery was established to provide comprehensive academic support to assist capable students who otherwise might not be able to attend college due to their educational and financial circumstances. To be eligible, a student must be a first-time first-semester student, or a transfer student previously enrolled in another New York State higher education opportunity program such as SEEK (CUNY), HEOP (private colleges), or EOP (SUNY)
Start out stronger in college by improving your reading, writing, and/ or math skills. CUNY Start will help reduce the amount a student spend in required remedial "catch up" classes.
The Honors Program is for students with high aspirations and a strong commitment to learning. Honors courses combine an emphasis on interactive classroom settings, critical thinking, library research and strong writing skills.
Meister Hall [ME], SB-05 • 718.289.5100 ext 3139
All BCC students are welcome to use the Commons as individual and group study space. We also house tutoring in several areas, including developmental math.
North Hall and Library [NL] • 718.289.5431
Assist faculty and students with research via CUNY+ online catalog, CUNY E-resources, campus e-resources and a vast array of books.
Carl Polowczyk Hall [CPH], room 303 • 718.289.5100 ext 3029
All BCC students are welcome for help in math courses. No appointment necessary.
Note that students needing developmental math tutoring should go to the Learning Commons.
Sage Hall[ SA], room 100 • 718.289.5279
Students who use the Writing Center can expect to receive personal, one-on-one instruction that will lead them to be independent learners, thinkers, and writers. The Center works with students in individualized tutorials to develop, organize and refine written assignments and projects in all subject areas.
Loew Hall [LO], room 328 • 718.289.5759
The office provides quality services that assist students with career development and transferring to four-year colleges.
Loew Hall [LO], room 106A • 718.289.5849
COPE offers comprehensive support services to students receiving any form of public assistance.
Loew Hall [LO], room 211 • 718.289.5874
To provide access and equal educational opportunity for students with disabilities, enabling them to succeed academically, socially, and professionally.
Child Development Center [CC] • 718.289.5461
Early childhood education, activities, childcare, and meals for children of BCC students who are enrolled at the college.
Colston Hall [CO], room 506A • 718.289.5703
The office supports and assists in the administration of evening and weekend classes and provides appropriate referrals to student services, including advising, registration and financial aid.
Loew Hall [LO], room 101 • 718.289.5858
Assist students with health problems, and/or immunization needs that significantly affect their ability to remain in school and graduate.
Colston Hall [CO], room 513 • 718.289.5892
The office provides advising and support services to students with immigration, academic, financial, personal and cross-cultural issues to help them reach their educational goals.
Loew Hall [LO], room 430 • 718.289.5223
Free and confidential short-term individual and group counseling to support academic success, emotional well-being and personal growth.
Loew Hall [LO], room 118 • 718.289.5179
Single Stop provides students and their immediate families with access to benefits and services that help students stay in school and graduate. Whether it is afterschool programs, health insurance, legal advice, debt solutions, childcare, or government benefits, we can help to identify the services that are available to you.
Loew Hall [SA], room 114 • 718.289.5447
The office serve the needs of prospective and enrolled active military personnel, veterans, and their dependents and survivors who are eligible to receive education benefits under various Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) programs.