BC Navigator for Students gives you access to core Brooklyn College services and personalized information directly from your mobile devices. Both current and prospective students are welcome to explore the College in this convenient form. Login is not required for most uses. Currently available for iOS on the App Store and arriving on Android later this year! Learn more.
The NYS Residency application for in-state tuition is available under "eServices > "Student Transactions".
Estimate your future cumulative GPA based on your current courses. Just login and search for gpa.
Need a job or internship? Use the new Hire BC to apply for openings, share your resume with employers and more. Just login to WebCentral and visit the "Career" tab or search for "hire".
You may validate your student ID for the fall 2015 semester before classes begin on Aug. 27. Avoid the long lines at the start of the semester and come to the ESC today.
Spring 2015 BC Feedback period will run from April 28 through May 27.
Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a Bursar adviser to review or discuss charges or payments, tuition liability, charges for dropped courses, problems viewing or paying your balance online and available payment options. To get started, log in and go to (eServices > Schedule an Appointment) or just search for BCAT.
Come meet with over 75 employers recruiting for full-time positions and internship opportunities. Bring plenty of resumes and come dressed in business attire!
When: Friday, Oct 17th 11:30am, 6th Floor, Student Center.
To register to attend visit the Career section in BC WebCentral.
DON’T HAVE A RESUME?
This entire week the Magner Career Center has extended walk-in hours to assist students with their resume and preparing for the job fair. Call 718.951.5696 or stop by 1303 James Hall for assistance.
Due to a recent security update in the underlying technology for Chrome and Safari (WebKit), sending email to your class roster from those web browsers will result in a Session Timeout error. Please use Internet Explorer and Firefox at this time if you need to send email or download your student emails to spreadsheet and send via Outlook or your preferred email application. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and are planning to post a fix for this issue this very shortly.
The error message is a bit confusing, since it has not related to how fast you actually send the email (e.g. even sending your message within two seconds would result in the error), but due to Chrome and Safari blocking our authentication. We are testing the fix right now.