Campus Service Center - Bronx Community College

Campus Service Center - Bronx Community College

BCC BroncoCard Campus Service Center What is the BCC BroncoCard? Official Bronx Community College Identification Official Bronx Community College Library Card Access to select campus services

What Does the BroncoCard Look Like? Where can I get my BroncoCard? Visit the ID office located in the Community Hall room 2020 (Colston Hall Main level) If you are a continuing student, you may have one already. Your BroncoCard is the same as your BCC ID

What should I bring when I apply for my BroncoCard Log into CUNY FIRST Select HR/Campus Solutions Navigate to Self Service>Student Center Under Finances click Account Inquiry Print your Account Summary

Show account summary and valid photo ID to the ID office What are the Benefits of using your Card? Access to the Campus Facilities Allows you to take out library books and laptops Copy & print at computer labs and in the library Purchase snacks and items from vending machines Receive discounts from select local merchants on Fordham

Road Where can I use my Card? All Academic Computing Labs Technology Service Center RSB 308 Library Bookstore

Vending Machines How do I manage my account? Open your preferred web browser to https://eacct-cuny-bronx-sp.blackboard.com/eAccounts anytime, anywhere to see: Current Account Balance and Funds available on your account All Transactions made on your card and the Monthly Statements

The BroncoCard is not a credit card, you can only spend value currently available on your card Reload value onto your card at several cash management stations located throughout campus How do I manage my card? https://eacct-cuny-bronx-sp.blackboard.com/eAccounts

Log in using your BCC credentials and password: [email protected] What happens if you lose your BroncoCard? If your card is lost or stolen deactivate it immediately by: Visiting

https://eacct-cuny-bronx-sp.blackboard.com/eAccounts and following the card services steps to deactivate your card immediately or calling BroncoCard Services at 718-289-5365 Speaking with or calling Public Safety at 718-289-5923 Need Help? Please contact the Campus Service Center via email at

[email protected], Call (718) 289-5365 or visit the BCC Campus Services Center. You may also get answers by visiting the BroncoCard Website at www.bcc.cuny.edu/BroncoCard/FAQs. COMING SOON Additional features: Add value to your BCC BroncoCard ONLINE with a credit

card Purchase your Parking Decal Use your card at Au Bon Pain and Starbucks Use your card to pay library fines and fees Manage your account online through the BCC mobile app

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