Dear CCNY Community, Welcome to our Virtual Front Desks! In an effort to continue to provide enhanced services to our community, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management offices have launched Virtual Front Desks. Staff at the offices listed below are available to you via CCNY's ZOOM account.  Just sign in with your CCNY email login and password to take advantage of our services.  These services will be available Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM and can be accessed online from any device.  You can also contact these services by telephone at… Read More »

It is important to be mindful of the impact this public health crisis can have on survivors of gender-based violence. Social distancing can bring up unique challenges for survivors of intimate partner violence and those in abusive environments. During distance learning, CCNY continues to provide support to those who have experienced gender-based violence, which includes sexual harassment, assault, stalking, gender-based harassment, and intimate partner violence​. Please see below for on and off campus resources that are here to support you. CCNY CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES*… Read More »

Dear Faculty and Staff: Transit Benefit Program Commuter Benefits – Temporary Deduction Suspension Option Employees enrolled in the Commuter Benefits program who are temporarily working from home and don’t anticipate using the funds in their Commuter Account can opt to suspend their payroll deductions.  Commuter Benefits deductions can be suspended for a period of up to one year. Employees can suspend their Commuter Benefits payroll deductions by completing the attached enrollment form and marking the “Suspend Deduction” option in the “Employee Action Box” at the top.… Read More »

Dear Faculty and Staff: Update on TIAA One-on-One Consultations To protect the health and safety of plan participants and its employees, TIAA has decided to move all scheduled in-person appointments to phone or online appointments through April 13, 2020. Currently scheduled appointments If you scheduled an in-person meeting with a TIAA financial consultant at any time through April 13, they will contact you in advance of your scheduled appointment about converting your meeting to a phone or online appointment. New appointment requests TIAA is here for you. If you would like… Read More »

Dear members of the City College Community, I wanted to write to bring you some news about the various things that are happening on campus. Now that we’re back from the instructional recalibration period, classes are back on-line, and teaching has resumed. I know that the move to on-line education was abrupt and jarring, but I’m also hearing some good news from faculty and students who are discovering creative ways to teach and learn in this new format. I urge you all to continue to evaluate what is and is not working, and to continue taping your creative reserves to make this… Read More »

Effective Monday, April 6, 2020, the Bursar Office at the City College of New York will be open every Monday and Wednesday from 10 am to 3 pm.  These days and hours will be in place until further notice. The Bursar Office continues to encourage students to pay their tuition charges online by using an echeck from your checking or savings account (no charge) or by using a credit/debit card that has a 2.65 % fee of the total amount. During this time, The Bursar Office will continue to respond to email and phone inquiries. The Bursar Office will do its best to continue to… Read More »

Dear Faculty and Staff, We would like your assistance with getting devices into the hands of our students who are in need.  We have an application where a student can request a device for pickup or to be mailed to their current address.  Please have your student access  For students who cannot access the application, for whatever reason, please have them call (Dial 646-558-8656 and wait for voice prompt to end and Input meeting ID 212 650 5480 and press #) our iMedia Reservation Desk bridge between the… Read More »

Dear Friends, It's my sad duty to tell you that Professor William Helmreich, distinguished professor and foundational member of the CCNY sociology department, has passed away, falling to the coronavirus. Willy—as everyone knew him—was an expansive writer and analyst, covering topics as varied as immigration, life inside yeshivas and the formation of stereotypes.  He will, however, almost certainly be most fondly remembered for a joyful series of recent books, chronicling his efforts to walk all the streets of New York, and report on what he saw and heard. Professor… Read More »

Dear Members of the City College Community, Many of you will have by now heard the heartbreaking news that we lost two members of our faculty yesterday.  Michael Sorkin, the renowned architect was a member of the Spitzer School of Architecture, and succumbed to the coronavirus on March 26th.  He was possessed of an elegant mind and an expansive imagination, and the architectural community lost, in his passing, a true giant. On the same day, David Nocera, who taught in our Media and Communications Arts Department, passed away.  David was a careful and astute… Read More »

Dear Campus Community, In the event that you are notified that a member of your staff, faculty or student community has tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you adhere to the following procedures: 1. If they have already called the emergency hotline set up by the College, take their name and forward to: Cornel Clark (Human Resources) Erica Stephen (Human Resources) Yahaira Colon (Human Resources) Richard Belgrave (Environmental Health and Occupational Safety) cc: Dee Dee Mozeleski (Office of the President and OIAC) 2. If the person has not spoken… Read More »

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