Bronx Community College students outside the Hall of Fame for Great Americans, which is located on the campus.
- The College raises more than $15 million for outreach and training programs in the Bronx; an additional $1.4 million is available yearly for student support. Nearly $1 million is spent locally on research projects.
- An estimated 1,000 local high school and junior high school students are served on the BCC campus, among them enrollees in articulated programs with Grace Dodge and Jane Addams Vocational High Schools, DeWitt Clinton and Health Opportunities High School, and the campus' own University Heights High School.
- BCC specializes in a wide variety of Allied Health Care career paths, including Dialysis Technician, Advanced EMT Training, Radiologic Technology, Licensed Practical Nurse Training, Orthotics and Prosthetics Adaptive Technology, and the Minority Biomedical Research Program.
- The Business & Professional Development Institute serves Bronx businesses and non-profit organizations through grant-funded initiatives and direct contracts. In the last three years $1.5 million has been generated to provide services to 21 businesses for improvement in such areas as quality management, diversity training, supervisory skills, workplace ESL, and computer training.
- The Community Education Development Center, in the east Bronx, is funded by the Department of Employment and provides testing, assessment, training, and placement to the community.
- The College's Educational Opportunity Center is an off-campus facility that provides basic education, GED preparation, skills training, and job placement for low-income Bronx residents.