These items can be located on our shelf list below. Once you locate an item, please schedule an appointment via email to get access. Download Special Collections’ Shelf Lists Course Catalogs Shelf List Content Title Creator Date(s) Location(Stack #,Shelf #) Notes Bib.Record # 1999 Survey Results of Graduation Outcomes by Curriculum Office of Institutional Research 9/19/2000 Stack […]
BCC Course Catalogs, dating back to 1959, can be found online in the CUNY Academic Works institutional repository at: https://academicworks.cuny.edu/bx_arch_cat/ These items can be located on our shelf list below. Once you locate an item, please schedule an appointment via email to get access. Download Special Collections’ Shelf Lists Course Catalogs Shelf List Content Title Creator Date(s) […]
The Bronx has collectively endured years of adversity and hardship. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, residents faced down the social impact of segregation, privation, and political marginalization. Despite the stagnation of top-down progress, The Bronx remains activated through its decades-long history of mutual aid. Coming Full Circle amplifies the stories of those who survived and […]
Bronx Community College Archives has completed a large-scale digitization project of our Hall of Fame for Great Americans collection to enable faculty and the general public to continue using this landmarked monument as a tool for teaching, learning, and engagement in the Humanities. This project provides a visual history of the Hall of Fame for […]
Mutual aid is an act of solidarity and care between neighbors. It stands in opposition to charity and top-down giving, because it is planned and executed by a community, for a community to not just provide food and essential items but also to educate and organize. Together, Bronx Community College Archives and Mutual Aid NYC […]
American Icons addresses the mythology behind the National Anthem and other outdated commemorative art. We create new, local musical monuments based on oral histories of NYC residents. Student and community residents from Bronx Community College (BCC), the home of the “Hall of Fame of Great Americans,” will share their own experiences learning and working among […]
The BCC Archives has teamed up with the Journal of a Plague Year: An Archive of Covid-19 (JOTPY) to contribute stories on their completely digital archive to collect from communities traditionally underrepresented in historical accounts during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a part of our college, we want to hear your story! You are […]
All faculty senate minutes and related documentation can be found online in the CUNY Institutional Repository, Academic Works, which is openly accessible to the public
BCC Archives Partners with Urban Archive The Bronx Community College Archives has teamed up with Urban Archive to make our photo collection available online and promote original works of history by students and faculty. Urban Archive makes thousands of historical photos of New York City publicly accessible on its interactive map. The BCC Archives […]
BCC yearbooks, between 1961 – 2001 can be found online in the CUNY Institutional Repository, Academic Works
Many issues of Bronx Community College’s student newspaper, The Communicator, has been scanned and can be found in the CUNY Institutional Repository, Academic Works.
Founded in 1900, The Hall of Fame was the first memorial of its kind in the country, built to honor prominent Americans with a significant impact on this nation’s history. Despite its significance, the Hall can seem at odds with the vibrant community that surrounds it, a relational disparity between the honorees represented and the very diverse student body now attending Bronx Community College (BCC).
“Raising Ourselves Up”: Oral Histories from First-Generation College Students at BCC is a Collaborative Experiential Learning Pilot Project to build a video oral history archive to document the stories of first-generation college students on our campus. Each student’s time at BCC is unique, yet all students are bound to each other by the shared sense of […]
The Archives’ purpose for this oral history project is to collect the vivid and provocative memories of BCC from students, faculty, staff and alumni. This collective effort will include several voices: from the student who struggled against all odds to get their degree, to the instructor who recognized the potential of teaching nontraditional students, and […]