Current Students

A Message from the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs

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Marcela Katz Armoza, Ph.D.
Vice President for Enrollment & Student Affairs
Namm Hall 300 (N-300)

Dear Students,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you all to New York City College of Technology and its website. Everyone here at City Tech is concerned with and committed to your personal and educational growth. You will find the opportunity to study with talented faculty who bring exceptional academic credentials and real world experience. Along with our strong academic programs, you will find the support of the entire campus community. Indeed, our student services will give you the assistance and encouragement to meet your academic goals and make the most of your experience on our campus.

The other significant component of your college experience is the opportunity to participate in extracurricular and volunteer activities. Every student in the college can take part in a rich intramural program, student government, musical and theatrical productions, guest speakers and an array of student clubs and organizations.

All this and much more is available at City Tech. However, please keep in mind that although all these experiences, services and events are available to you for the taking, only you can take the first step to approach faculty, access services, and participate in student life and activities. Certainly, you must explore, discover and create what could be a rich and full student experience. I encourage you to take full advantage of everything we have to offer.

I invite you to visit these web pages and learn more about the wide range of fascinating programs and activities that NYCCT offers.


Marcela Katz Armoza, Ph.D.
Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs

New Student Center

Congratulations & Welcome to City Tech! To help ensure a smooth transition we are providing you with a list of important steps that need to be completed before the first day of classes. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the New Student Center at 718-260-5013.

New Student Center

New Student Orientation

Transfer Students