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Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY

Look forward to seeing everyone there!

Graduates are you ready?
BMCC Hosts 52nd Commencement June 2


BMCC Academic Calendar

For those who need a reminder of the academic calendar for BMCC. We have attached it below. Spring break is here! Borough of Manhattan Community College The City University of New York 199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007 212-220-8000 | Directory

[03/14/17]   This is so amazing!
Do you need inspiration for your next book choice?
To celebrate International Women's day the New York Public Library compiled a list of 365 books, that include a vast range of women authors. A book for every day of the year. How many have you read? Come by the library and borrow a book from one of these amazing women. Click on the link below to check it out.

Why we do what we do

We love Tony Robbins. This Ted Talk is great and perfect for Sunday Morning watching. Have a great day! Tony Robbins discusses the "invisible forces" that motivate everyone's actions -- and high-fives Al Gore in the front row.

Read Books, Live Longer?

So everyone, reading books adds two years onto your life! Come into the library today and start reading. I want to live longer and so should you! Book readers lived an average of almost two years longer than those who did not read at all.

How a recent TED Talk on procrastination changed my perspective - The American Genius

We all procrastinate! This is a really good article on how watching a TED talk can change your habits. Read the article and watch the talk. It will help motivate you. Happy Sunday! If procrastination is a problem for you, at least bookmark this editorial to revisit within the month.

The Reading Habits of Ultra-Successful People – The Mission

Happy Friday! This is an interesting read from my favorite website. If you do not read Medium, then please let this be an introduction. Enjoy! Want to know one habit ultra-successful people have in common?

If You Love to Read (NYSRA 2012) - Rolling in the Deep Parody

A little distraction for you, if you're feeling bleak--or even if you're not.

Rolling in the Deep parody

The New York State Reading Association is now accepting registration forms for our 2012 Conference in Syracuse NY. For more information, visit the website at...

Top Four Reasons Students Use Their College Library

This is a really cool article about why students use their college library. Half of students interviewed use the resources of the online databases. Come into your library today and take advantage of our resources to help you get a head start in your studies. Also, do you know that you can book a study room? Just pop along to the periodicals desk for more information. The college library: a refuge for studying, a resource for research, or a place to relax? See what students said about their use of the college library.

Perspective | Why it’s important to read aloud with your kids, and how to make it count

Great article about reading to children. The BMCC Randolph Library supports our students who are parents with a growing children's book collection. Stop by and pick up a book or two after your next class! You'll find picture books, as well as middle reader and young adult books on our shelves. A new study by Scholastic reiterates how important it is for parents to read with and to kids from day one. Here are some tips for good books, good practices.

[02/07/17]   The 2017 Spring Semester at the BMCC library will be the best yet! We have been busy pulling together a tight schedule for the semester and we have so many exciting events planned. Watch this space! We want our students to stay connected. So, please could each of you recommend your peers and friends to like our page so that we can ensure maximum visability for all. Thanks Guys!

Here Are The 5 Books Chosen For The "One Book, One New York" Program

Vote for the book that you think all New Yorkers should read! Which one will you choose?
Vote for your winner here. "Let's get this conversation going, New York!" - Danielle Brooks

BMCC Student Government Association


SGA now has available Senator Positions. If you are interested in becoming a Senator for the Spring 20-7 semester please email

Eligibility Requirements:

-must have a minimum of 2.3 GPA
-be enrolled in at least 6 credits
-must have passed 50% of the credits attempted.
last semester.
-must attend General meeting on Wednesdays at
-must have earned at least 12 credits
-must be able to work a minimum of 10 office hours

We must fill these positions within two weeks and we are beginning interviews as early as Tuesday; 24-Jan-2017 in our office. If you have any questions or are interested please email the above address.

We hope to hear from you!


Thank You,

President Jason Silva

[11/04/16]   Congratulations to the winners of our Banned Books competition. Javier Oscar, Alex Santos and Mariia Vera. Thank you for liking our page and enjoy your $25 Amazon Gift voucher.

10 reasons why you should go to your library right now!

Happy Monday! This is an interesting read. Visit us today. Going to your library, having a look to your library's website, or asking a question to your academic librarian might help you more that you would think...

[10/17/16]   Happy Monday Facebook friends. Today we will contacting the winners of our Amazon gift cards. We will be posting photos of the lucky winners later. Keep an eye on your in boxes!

[10/06/16]   Hey All. Thanks for all you likes and shares of our Banned Books competition. We will be announcing the winners soon. Please watch this space!

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