Curriculum: More than 30 associate degrees and certificate programs including programs in nuclear medicine technology, pharmaceutical manufacturing technology, business administration, nursing, dietetics and nutrition, media technology, computer science, animal care and management, liberal arts and science courses, ornamental horticulture and many others.
Admissions: (718) 289-5895; www.bcc.cuny.edu/admission
College website: www.bcc.cuny.edu
Bronx Community College
West 181st Street and University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10453
June 4 Registration
Classes June 5 – June 22, 2007
June 20 Registration
Classes / June 25 – July 26
June 4 Registration
Classes / June 5 – July 26
Enrollment: 9,000 in credit courses; 10,000 in continuing education courses
- In state matriculated students pay $120 a credit for up to six credits
- In state non-matriculated students pay $160 a credit for up to six credits
- Out of state matriculated students pay $190 a credit for up to six credits
- Out of state non-matriculated students pay $250 a credit for up to six credits
- There is a $70 fee for non-matriculated students; a $42.00 student activity fee; and $37.50
Press, Radio, TV
Please call: Bryant Mason
Media Relations Specialist
Bronx Community College (BCC) of The City University of New York celebrates its 50th anniversary of service to students in New York City in 2007. Over the past five years, enrollment has increased 20 per cent to an 8,900 student body, reflecting the reliance of the surrounding communities on it as a pathway to a better life.
BCC students from over 109 nations receive an excellent preparation to go on to four-year colleges or to advance into successful vocational careers. Programs offered at BCC include Digital Arts, Computer Information Systems, Education Associate, Nursing, Nuclear Medicine Technology, RadiologicTechnology, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology, Electronic Engineering Technology, Marketing, Accounting, Human Services, Media Technology and Paralegal Studies.
The College is home to initiatives not commonly associated with two-year institutions, such as the Center for Sustainable Energy, which promotes the use of renewable and efficient energy technologies in urban communities. The National Center for Educational Alliances (NCEA) is currently collaborating with South African Further Education and Training Colleges and universities to create linkages between these institutions. NCEA also coordinates the College’s international initiatives as well as the recently concluded International Education Week November 13-17.
The Center has also facilitated a campus-wide effort to create BCC’s Center for Tolerance and Understanding. The Center for Teaching Excellence offers faculty development to promote student achievement and to stimulate discussions to keep the teaching and learning process vital and dynamic. Take a look at BCC’s website at www.bcc.cuny.edu