Bronx ASAP Alumni
Bronx Community College ASAP alumni/ae are up to exciting things: continuing their study at a variety of undergraduate and graduate institutions across the country, participating in summer programs and internships, and beginning their careers.
Bronx ASAP Alumni Profiles and Interviews
"ASAP impacted my life in that it helped me become more open-minded about seeking help, encouraged me to speak up when needed, and through all difficulties to stay positive because those difficult times will pass and that there are people out there who care."
Electa Burke, Bronx Community College ASAP '12; current student, SUNY Plattsburgh
"Without the support of the ASAP program at BCC it would have been very difficult for me to be where I am in my educational journey. My positive experience in the ASAP program has been one of the deciding factors in my career choice; it has helped me to develop into a competent, mature person, capable of dealing with the many challenges that I am likely to encounter in my life journey."
Rafael Coste, Bronx Community College ASAP '12, Baruch College '14
" I joined ASAP to finish my degree in a shorter time than what it usually takes. I just thought it was going to be an in and then out situation. However, I made some great friends and my advisors were lovely. To this day I can still call them for advice or they call me just to check in and see how I am doing."
Ketaarie Simon, Bronx Community College ASAP Fall '11, SUNY Binghamton '14
"The ASAP directors, advisors and employment specialist were all a major help in pushing us to achieve our goals. I always had someone in ASAP to turn to who understood my needs. The support was always there and it is what encouraged me to work harder."
Mariama Njie, Bronx ASAP '09; Stony Brook University '11; current student, Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work Masters Program
"When professors know you’re an ASAP student, they assume you have a set goal you’re trying to reach, and they push you more. In ASAP you’re not just another student."
Shalleria Reid, Bronx ASAP '09, John Jay '11
Bronx ASAP Alumni News
On September 26, Chancellor Matthew Goldstein honored six ASAP alumni, including Loukman Lamany (Bronx '11), at "Re-Imagining Community Colleges: A National Colloquium." Read more >>
ASAP Transfer Scholar Aliza Koszuk (Bronx '11) will begin at Hunter College this fall.
ASAP Transfer Scholar Loukman Lamany (Bronx '11) will begin at City College this fall.
If you are an ASAP alumni/ae and have news you'd like to share with us, please email us . We'd love to hear what you've been up to since graduation!