Explore our plan.  Stay informed. Get ready to return!

As part of returning to campus, we are introducing remote and hybrid courses, and greatly limiting face-to-face instruction. Please continue to follow the Academic Calendar for relevant & important dates. 

Not sure if your course is in-person, hybrid, or remote? 

View the list of courses that will be either in-person or hybrid.

NOTE:  If your course does not appear on this list, it will be held remotely this Fall.  

FALL 2020: 

August 26, 2020 - First day of classes (Remote)

September 17, 2020 - Freshman Convocation (Virtual).         STAY TUNED for the event link so that you can join us LIVE! 

 

Campus Access as part of our Return to Campus

Please be advised, we are currently in Phase I of reopening and are operating under our maximum Phase I capacity of 25%.  This means that only essential workers who are unable to conduct primary tasks at a distance will be physically returning to campus within Phase I.   If, because of the tasks and duties that you perform, you need to request access to campus, please see "ACCESS TO CAMPUS AND CAMPUS BUILDINGS" for instructions on how to do so.   

 

Read Our Full Reopening Plan

 

CCNY Return to Campus

Calendar

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: All campus events expected to entertain 50 or more have been canceled. Please contact the event organizer(s) for further details.

No Upcoming Events

Students

All remote and hybrid courses will begin at the start of the academic year and Fall semester, August 26, 2020.  Face-to-face instruction will be limited, so please be sure to confirm the medium for which your class instruction will be delivered.  

All CCNY students should continue to check email, social media, CCNY student apps, and the CCNY website for updates and changes related to campus class start(s) and/or campus reopening. 

Not sure if your course is in-person, hybrid, or remote? 

View the list of courses that will be either in-person or hybrid.

NOTE:  If your course does not appear on this list, it will be held remotely this Fall.  

 

Many buildings on the CCNY campus are currently closed for public access and classroom instruction/lab access.  If your course/lab requires that you be on campus, please be sure to follow the Campus Access Protocol.  Details on this protocol can be found in the section below called "Access to Campus and Campus Building".  For the full set of instructions on campus access, please review Access Protocol Explained.  

 

For more comprehensive course information and scheduling, please continue to refer to CUNYFirst.  You will need to login to CUNYFirst using your designated user name & password.  

Additional course information can be found within our CCNY Bulletin / Course Catalog.    - or -  by Searching CUNYFirst for hybrid, remote, and in-person courses.  

Faculty

While some lab courses and activities are occurring on campus, please remember that you are required to request access to campus prior to your arrival.  If your office/course/lab requires that you be on campus, please be sure to follow the Campus Access Protocol.  Details on this protocol can be found in the section below called "Access to Campus and Campus Building".  For the full set of instructions on campus access, please review Access Protocol Explained.  

To request the unlocking of a specific room or space, you may reach CCNY Public Safety at: publicsafety@ccny.cuny.edu or by calling (212) 650-6911.

Additional Contacts:

Please use the resource provided below to notify on-site visitors, colleagues, and students of closed classrooms. Please limit use to ONLY the classrooms or offices that are used by you & feel free to offer contact info on the sheet prior to posting on office/classroom door.

DOWNLOAD >> Room / Classroom Closed Signage

Staff

For any staff needing to access a room, building, or office, please remember that you are required to request access to campus prior to your arrival.  If your duties requires that you be on campus, please be sure to follow the Campus Access Protocol.  Details on this protocol can be found in the section below called "Access to Campus and Campus Building".  For the full set of instructions on campus access, please review Access Protocol Explained.  

To request the unlocking of a room, please feel free to contact Public Safety at: publicsafety@ccny.cuny.edu or by calling (212) 650-6911.

Please use the resources provided below to notify on-site visitors, colleagues, and students of closed classrooms or buildings. Please limit use to ONLY the classrooms or offices that are used or managed by you.

DOWNLOAD >> Room / Classroom Closed Signage

DOWNLOAD >> Building Closed Signage

Visitors

At this time, all interior portions of the campus remain closed to the general public. While the campus sits on a public street, we are requesting that all parties limit access to the campus, campus grounds & any campus common areas in an effort to continue to adhere to limiting social gatherings and keeping socially distanced.  For any questions related to access to campus, please reach our Office of Public Safety at (212) 650-6911 or via email at publicsafety@ccny.cuny.edu .

NOTE: At this time, campus request for access protocols described in other sections do not apply to visitors to the campus.  It is our sincere hope that we can, very soon, reopen our campus safely to the general public.  Thank you for both complying and understanding during this time of transition. 

Access to Campus and Campus Buildings ​

Open and Active Buildings - for identified use only! (updated 9/14/2020)

  • ASRC - Research Labs are active.
  • CDI - Research Labs are active.
  • Compton Goethals - Classrooms are active for specialty classrooms only.  Please speak with your faculty person or advisor.  
  • Marshak - Research Labs are active.  Classrooms are active for specialty classrooms only.  Please speak with your faculty person or advisor. 
  • NAC - Public activity limited to first floor rotunda only!
  • Shepard Hall - Classrooms are active for specialty classrooms only.  Human Resources remains open on the ground floor. 
  • Steinman Hall - Research Labs are active, but with LIMITED activity. Please speak with your faculty person or advisor.  

Many buildings will continue to remain closed to the general public, and may have limited and/or varied open status as we continue to manage the pandemic.  Safety is our top priority.  Please continue to monitor this list for information related to open and active building status for the campus.  

For those needing to access the campus due to the inability to conduct primary tasks at a distance, please following the Access to Campus instructions below.  For a more detailed description of the process, please read the full Access to Campus Protocol.  

Access to the City College Campus

At this time, and for the safety of our campus community, we are carefully controlling access to our campus, and are subject to the occupancy limits in our Reopening Plan. The procedure for gaining access to the campus has two steps:

1) Individuals must request access privileges through the online system here (CCNY e-mail required): https://portal.ccny.cuny.edu/depts/oit/campusAccess/login.php . NOTE: Access requests should be made 24 hours in advance; you must receive an access request approval confirmation prior to arriving on campus.   

2) Every day you come to campus you are required to fill out the health screening questionnaire on the Everbridge app. Instructions for getting and using the app can be found HERE at the bottom of the page; installing this app should be a one-time setup. 

  • Navigate to the App store on your phone and search for Everbridge. 
  • Download, install, and open the Everbridge app.
  • Click Find an Organization or subscription button on the Everbridge splash page.
  • Search for CUNY. Select the CUNY – Health Screening option. Do not choose NYAlert.
  • You will be taken to the CUNY Web Applications Login page.
  • Log in using your CUNYLogin credentials. (Username: Firstname.Lastname##@login.cuny.edu )
  • Set your notification preferences and click the Done button.

 

Learn more about how to use the online system for requesting access.

Learn more about Access Protocol for The City College of New York (updated September 3, 2020)