The BMCC Alumni Affairs Office provides a channel for communication between the alumni and the College. Its goal is to establish and maintain an effective relationship between Borough of Manhattan Community College and its alumni body; to serve the interests of alumni by providing benefits and services, and to involve them in the promotion, advancement, and support of BMCC.
Alumni are among BMCC’s greatest assets: The 60,000 graduates of BMCC are vital stakeholders in both the past and future of the college. Annual gifts from BMCC alumni and friends provide much-needed support for scholarship and essential educational initiatives each year.
Graduating and Growing
CUNY and SUNY teamed up to launch Completion Day, which encouraged students to expedite their graduation process—while juggling work, school, and family.
Blast from the Past
BMCC’s First Decade Reunion Dinner honored those who graduated in the sixties and seventies.
Over 600 Reasons This Career Fair Was a Huge Success
The 2012 Spring Career Fair attracted over 600 students and alumni to meet with employers from retail, finance, entertainment and other industries.
A Dream Conferred
Theatre alumnus Marcus Dargan reaches new heights with his latest play, Dream Deferred.
Writer and Scholar
BMCC alumnus Terry Tom Brown ('10), who was published in The New York Times, is pursuing a professional writing career.
“Giving It All You’ve Got.”
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) opened doors for BMCC alumni Swenda Cepeda, who hopes to give back to the BMCC community via her Web site.
Bed and Breakfast, and Beyond
Adrienne Kennick, Day Manager of Brooklyn’s Escape Guesthouse is an entrepreneur and a BMCC grad.
Taking a Step Back
Elspeth Brown reflects on a life of dancing, learning and growing.
The Remarkable Journey of Suzanne Joblonski
A graduating student looks ahead to a rich and rewarding life.
Opeyemi Akanji: BMCC's 2009 Valedictorian
He plans to return to his native Nigeria to play a role in Africa's economic development.
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