Welcome to KCCVirtual Zoom Rooms SPARC Course Schedule of Classes Registration Campus Offices
President Claudia V. Schrader Welcomes Back Students and Faculty
Are you ready for academic success at KCC? Whether you’re learning online, hybrid, or in-person, we are ready for you, and have created our Student Checklist so you're ready, too. KCC is providing you with the best possible academic experience to get you closer to your educational goals.
KCC is committed to taking the proper safety measures as we follow guidance and safety guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the New York State Department of Health. Our plans include limited capacity on campus, and requires mandatory daily health screenings, appropriate social distancing, protective face coverings, and continuous cleaning and disinfection of the facilities.
We encourage you to check out the resources available and let us know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please revisit our webpage for updates.
Be prepared for your courses. Review resources and support for online learning.
If you need assistance with Admissions, Registration, Financial Aid and more, visit a Zoom Room today
Hours of Operation
M- Th 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
M-Th 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
M - Th 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
M-F 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
In Person: T - W
M-F 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 2pm-4pm
Meeting with your advisor can help ensure that you are in the right classes, plan for your future career/transfer opportunities, are successful both academically and personally, and connected to the many campus services and supports.
To learn more about what advisement can do for you and how to make an appointment with your advisor visit Academic Advisement.
Monday, Thursday & Friday 9:30am - 4pm
Tuesday & Wednesday 10am - 6:30pm
- ASAP Virtual Office
- Business Academy Virtual Office
- Health & Stem Academy Virtual Office
- Liberal Arts Academy Virtual Office
Need help with Blackboard? Check out the resources below for support.
- Watch Blackboard for Students Workshop
- Watch Blackboard for Students Workshop
- Accessing Blackboard & Updating Your Email
- Blackboard App for Students
- Using the Blackboard App (video)
- Logging into Blackboard (video)
- Accessing Blackboard Collaborate (video)
- Blackboard How-To Videos for Students
- KCC Blackboard Technical Support
Campus Reopening Hub houses all the important information you need to be campus ready, including our Campus Reopening Plan that includes a link to our Return to Campus Athletics Plan, Vaccination Verification Information, COVID-19 Updates from KCC and CUNY, and Student Resources from our previous Distance Learning webpages. Campus Reopening Hub aka The Hub can be accessed on the yellow ticker on www.kbcc.cuny.edu.
A withdrawal after the financial aid certification date or program adjustment period
is assigned the grade of “WD” (Dropped) or “WN” (Never Participated), or “W” (Withdrew) or “WU” (Withdrew
Unofficially). Currently WD, W, WN are not academically punitive grade i.e., these grades do not
impact student GPA. For Title IV purpose University uses our Grading policy (this document) for compliance
with R2T4 regulations. Effective Fall 2021, WU grade will not have punitive impact on student’s GPA. WU grade will continue to be used to denote Unofficial Withdrawal. This Policy shall
supersede and override all undergraduate and graduate program-level grading change
policies currently in effect at CUNY colleges and schools.
The “Are You Ready?” online readiness course is designed to prepare you for taking
an online course. Whether your courses are hybrid, synchronous or asynchronous, this
course will cover a variety of topics to help you navigate in an online environment.
The “Are You Ready?" course can be found in your Blackboard account under “My Organizations”.
You will receive a certificate once it is completed.
Classes are 70% in person and 30% online, and subject to change as Kingsborough Community College must adhere to COVID-19 protocols regarding In-person instruction. Safety protocols remain and will be adhered to.
The Academic Schedule will consist of three types of instruction modes: In Person, Hybrid, and Online.
Please see the below examples of how each Instruction Mode will read on the Schedule of Classes:
Need help with your CUNYfirst account? Check out the resources below for support.
Sharon Warren Cook, Ph.D.
Associate Provost and Chief Student Affairs Officer
Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Kingsborough Community College
The KCC Bookstore will be open to students between the hours of 9am – 3pm. In keeping
with social distancing guidelines and in the best interest of everyone's safety, our
staff will serve as personal shoppers for those who would like to purchase their essentials
in person at the store.
As always, our website (kbcc-shop.com) is fully operational and all orders can be fulfilled with options to either ship to you or pick up in-store. We will update our days and hours of operation to accommodate student and business needs. If you have any questions or comments, we can be reached at (718) 332-6900 during business hours or be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Store Manager: Pete Rosado – email@example.com
Text Manager: Jason Cohen – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library building is open and librarians are available in-person and virtually to assist you. Check out the library’s website. You can also email the reference desk (email@example.com) for more information about library resources, or call (718) 368-5632. For circulation questions, please call (718) 368-5637 or (718) 368-5442.
Mondays - Thursday from 8am-7pm
Friday from 9am-5pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3pm
Check Out Laptop Lending. Visit https://inside.kingsborough.edu enter your KCC email address and password to secure a KCC laptop.
Stay tuned for New Student Orientation Virtual Information Sessions. You'll learn more about the resources available for you to make your transition to Kingsborough easier. This experience will include information about campus resources and the following MANDATORY courses.
New Student Information Blackboard Course
Are You Ready? Blackboard course
SPARC (Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Response Course
The SPARC training course provides students with education and training about sexual misconduct, including domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment and sexual violence. This course is mandatory for all new students, as well as special and high-risk student populations enrolled at their campuses. Once completed, it will be noted on your CUNYfirst and Blackboard accounts. The SPARC training course can be found in your Blackboard account.
- Need help with registration? Contact your advisor directly or click for information on advisement opportunities.
Spring Session classes: 12-week View the academic calendar.
Spring B Session: 6-week
Summer at Kingsborough is the perfect time to catch up, pull ahead, or stay on track so you can graduate on time. You can take up to 2 classes or 8 credits during the 6-week session. View the academic calendar
The Schedule of Classes has been converted in CUNYFirst to reflect how each section of each course will be taught. Each section has an “Instruction Mode” listed as either “online”, “hybrid” or “in-person”.
The following programs have some class components that meet in person, on-campus or off campus
Culinary Arts, A.A.S.
Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic (EMS-P), A.A.S.
Fashion Design, A.A.S.
Media Arts, AS
Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.
Polysomnographic Technology, A.A.S.
Surgical Technology, A.A.S.