Virtual Event Registration & Resources
As the college continues to conduct/offer events virtually to the college community and the public, it is important that we maintain a current record of official college programming.
Having an active list of virtual events helps the college to plan appropriately and also notify you, the event planner, of events that maybe scheduled simultaneously or around the same time, that may affect your attendance
To register a record of your event, please complete and submit the form below.
Virtual Event Registration Form
Only events planned, sponsored and hosted by a college division, department, program and office may be submitted through this form.
Departments and groups must comply with any CCNY & CUNY policies such as branding, data use and accessible content
If your event will be recorded or broadcasted live, please inform your panelist, presenters, guests and participants before the event begins. Also consider placing an appropriate disclaimer on the invitation, registration portal or event confirmation stating as much.
Clients are responsible for secure URLs from approved platforms.
Advertising Your Public Event
Advertising Your Public Event
Here are additional resources for listing official college events:
|Submitting an event to the City College Website Calendar
To submit an event to the CCNY Website Calendar, please use the following link:
*Allow for 2 – 3 days for review
**Event listings are approved by the Office of Institutional Advancement and Communications.
|Submitting an event to the CUNY Events Calendar
Submission of events to the CUNY Website Calendar must be done separately and through the following link:
Events must meet the following criteria in order to be approved for the calendar:
*The listing must be a CUNY-sponsored event
**The event must be open to the public
|Submitting a City College Email broadcast request
To submit an e-mail broadcast, please use the following link and reference the appropriate section:
*All request must be submit at least 3 business days prior to the ‘send’ date
|Promote your Virtual Event with the Department of Student Life and Leadership Development
To submit an event promotion request to Student Life, please use the following link and follow the directions on the screen:
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