Contact Info for Questions and Bursar Hold Policies

Hello All,

I’ve gotten some emails from students with questions regarding how the changes this semester will affect financial aid, graduation status, etc.  Unfortunately I can’t answer many of these questions because I don’t work in the relevant departments and/or have access to those records.

Your first resource for questions is the BMCC Single Stop Office.  Email them with any and all questions at singlestop@bmcc.cuny.edu .  Make sure you include your name, CUNYFirst ID number, and question  They will best be able to direct you to the appropriate people.

The direct email for finanical aid is finaid@bmcc.cuny.edu .  Again, make sure you include your name, CUNYFirst ID, and question.

Don’t call any college offices as no one will be there – BMCC and all other CUNY campuses are completely shut down so no one is on campus.  Email instead.

BMCC has also removed all Bursar holds for spring 2020.  See below – this information comes directly from acting Provost Wong.

BMCC has been making many efforts to assist our student population the best way manageable as we adjust to a different work and learning environment. After much consideration, to further assist our students with continuing their education, it has been approved to allow students with current spring 2020 semester balances of $4000.00 or less to register for the upcoming summer and fall 2020 semesters.

All balances prior to spring 2020 must be paid in full in order for registration to occur for summer and fall 2020.

There will be no Bursar holds applied until after the start of the fall 2020 semester, which is August 26th, 2020, to allow students to conduct school related transactions without delay. Please keep in mind, for registration to occur for spring 2021 and beyond or to request school documents (i.e. transcript, letter of enrollment, etc), the spring 2020, summer 2020, and fall 2020 balances must be paid in full.

Students with additional questions should be directed to email Bursar@bmcc.cuny.edu.  Thank you and continue to be safe.

Stay safe and healthy,

Prof. Jaime Weida

 

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