While visiting campus in person is not possible at this time, we have several opportunities for you to visit us virtually. This is an important step in deciding which college you will attend. Here you can begin to experience BCC using our 360º virtual tour.
Join us virtually to learn all the great things Bronx Community College can offer you!
- Learn more about BCC’s excellent academic programs and our supportive faculty
- Connect with Admissions staff & other prospective BCC students
- Learn more about financial aid, student support services and the admissions process
- Find out about special academic success programs such as: ASAP, College Discovery, CUNY Start and many more
Zoom into our Majors
BCC invites you to Zoom into our Majors and get a closer look at the variety of academic programs we offer for students. You will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, students, and admissions staff, learn transfer options, career opportunities, and the ins and outs of the programs at BCC. Each event will showcase different majors, giving you a chance to explore the programs you are most interested in. Click on the below button to register for an upcoming session!
Thursday, May 13th at 4pm: Engineering Science & Electronic Engineering Technology
Explore the differences between our Engineering Science and Electronic Engineering Technology majors at BCC and the different career paths for each.
Thursday, May 20th at 4pm: Become an Education, Education Majors at BCC
Take a deep dive into our Education majors at BCC. Our professors will share with you the career possibilities of Education majors which include teaching and much more
Join the Office of Admissions Virtual Counter:
You can ask us questions about your application status, next steps, and more!
When: Monday-Thursday from 11am-4pm.
How: Click on the button below to join the virtual line to speak with a counselor. Follow the prompts and provide an accurate telephone number where you can receive text messages. Once you join the virtual line, you will receive text messages to alert you that your turn is approaching. We will then connect with you via zoom or a telephone call.