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MCNY - Bronx Extension Center
Apply now. MCNY boasts a rich tradition of preparing students for leadership positions across a variety of industries. For over 50 years, the college has been cultivating a community of seasoned practitioners in the areas of human services, healthcare, CASAC, business and public administration. We are proud to be able to offer this quality of education to working professionals in the Bronx.
Applying to MCNY
Candidates are invited to apply to MCNY during any of our semesters: September, January and May. Candidate selection is determined on an ongoing basis. Eligibility for enrollment is based on a variety of academic, professional, and personal criteria used to demonstrate a candidate's ability to thrive in a challenging academic environment. Additional information on how to apply is available on our website at: mcny.edu/bronx or call 800.33.THINK. Students pursuing a degree at the Bronx location will be required to attend their final semester at the Manhattan campus in order to graduate.
The BEC staff will help guide students throughout their time at MCNY by referring students to appropriate campus resources. The Bronx Student Success Center (SSC) provides support services to new and returning students. SSC offers students assistance in admissions, academic advising, career services and financial aid. Visit with a support services staff member today.
Events and Programs
Ed Alvarez Millions March, 2014 Photograph
The Peoples Protest: Depictions of Non-Traditional Revolution
February 19, 2015 - April 23, 2015
The Peoples Protest: Depictions of Non-Traditional Revolution explores the scope of grassroots movement making. Civic and social unrest manifest in myriad forms - not solely via protests and sit-ins- and this exhibition serves as a platform to display that variety.
The exhibit features 16 works by nine artists from the five boroughs. Artists in the exhibition include Oluseyi Adebanjo, Ed Alvarez, Dennis R. Darkeem, Corrine Innis, Alex Jackson, Natasha R. Johnson, Erica Morales, Joseph Moscato, and JoAnn Onofre.
The Peoples Protest: Depictions of Non-Traditional Revolution is curated by Natasha Johnson.
Revisiting the Women's Talent Corps
Tuesday, March 31st
The founding of MCNY as the Women's Talent Corps created new opportunities for working-class women in New York City. The Corps trained, paid, and fought for the employment of the very first paraprofessional educators in New York City public schools, and also placed women as aides and auxiliaries in hospitals, social work offices, and many other human service programs. These efforts blazed new trails to employment, education, and empowerment, not just for the Corps's students, but for thousands of women in New York City.
In 1969, NBC New York explored the lives and labor of three of these women at home, at work, and in their communities in an episode of the show "New York Illustrated." This event will feature a screening of this episode and a conversation with the families of these pioneering women and students working in related fields at MCNY today.
The film will be introduced by Nick Juravich, MCNY Scholar in Residence.
Space is limited. Please RSVP at email@example.com
Co-sponsored by Bronx Extension Center, School of Human Services, Scholar in Residence and MCNY Library
New Bronx Campus
Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) is proud to announce that we are building a new full-service campus in the heart of the South Bronx, located in Triangle Hub Plaza at 149th Street just east of the 149th and 3rd Avenue 2 & 5 subway station.
Bronx Campus floor plans
Meet Our Staff
Erica Morales, Director of the Bronx Extension Center
Erica Morales joined MCNY in November 2010 and in 2014 was appointed as the Director of the Bronx Extension Center. Her experience in higher education includes Community Outreach, Counseling, Disability Support Services, Residential Life, Student Life, Admissions, Multicultural, International, and LGBT Affairs. In addition, Ms. Morales has created student engagement programming that focuses on self-efficiency, empowerment, and accountability. Her passion lies in helping students successfully transition into college by aiming to help students honor their strengths at the beginning of their academic journey.
Ms. Morales received her Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from New York University and her Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts. Her research interests are in student retention and cultural identity development.
Joshua Anthony Perez, Assistant Director of Enrollment Services
Joshua Anthony Perez joined the Admissions team at MCNY as Assistant Director of Enrollment Services in January 2014. Joshua, born and raised in the Bronx, has a deep understanding of the Bronx community and the challenges its residents face on an everyday basis. Fluent in English and Spanish, he has a passion to educate others on the benefits and power of obtaining a degree.
Through his recruitment experiences and ability to personally relate to the students of the Bronx, Joshua has helped bridge the gap between high school and college for many college-bound students. He has dedicated himself to being a voice and presence in the community that can potentially inspire many more to pursue educational success.
Mr. Perez has a Master's in Business Administration from Mercy College and a Bachelor's Degree in Management from Manhattanville College.
Meet the Faculty
Natasha R. Johnson, CUNY School of Law, JD.
Natasha Johnson is an academic, activist, artist and attorney. Professor Johnson is currently an Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator for Metropolitan College New York's Human Services Program, Bronx Extension Center. She has served as an adjunct professor in graduate studies programs throughout NYC as well as Anti-Trafficking Legal Specialist drafting reform legislation in the Solomon Islands and as the Director of Education working to better serve homeless, foster care and at risk LGBT youth. She has been legislative counsel to both the Immigration and Civil Rights Committees of New York City Council and an NYC certified High School teacher. Ms. Johnson created the only program to-date that specifically provides holistic legal services to African survivors of domestic violence in NYC. In addition, Ms. Johnson is a recipient of an Equal Justice Works Fellowship and a Fulbright Specialist Fellowship at Durham University, UK. She lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on issues of domestic violence, gender based violence, and human rights. As a photographer, Natasha exhibits works that offer social commentary on the intersection of art and social justice.
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