300 Jay Street
Namm Hall, N 304
Brooklyn, NY 11201
During the conversion to distance learning due to COVID-19, please reach out to us with your questions and concerns via: AWMO@citytech.cuny.edu. We should get back to you within 48 hours during normal business hours.
If you have completed six semesters of teaching at CUNY over a three-year period, including summers, you are entitled to a pay increment (the next step in the rates table) which will take effect on the first July 1 after you become eligible.
If you did not receive your pay increment on schedule, it is your responsibility to notify the Adjunct Workload Management Office at New York City College of Technology to make sure that you are at the right salary step in writing. To be eligible for a retroactive pay adjustment, that notification must occur within 30 work days of the first day of the semester.
The Adjunct Workload Management Office supports and assists in the administration of adjunct workloads and courses taught by adjunct faculty.
The quality and integrity of educational programs at New York City College of Technology is our shared responsibility. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Due to COVID-19, there are no evening or weekend in-person hours at this time. The office is open Monday - Friday during extended business hours (please see the office hours below for details). AWMO staff provide information on course meeting times and locations, record and post information about canceled sections/fieldtrip and collect attendance sheets when faculty are not available. The manager is available to answer basic questions about the College's policies and regulations and to refer students and faculty to other services. Normally, staff are also on duty every evening and Saturday in Namm Hall (Namm 304), although this service is currently suspended due to COVID-19. Only in cases of extreme emergency will an office representative attempt to deliver messages to students attending evening classes. When the office is closed, these services are coordinated by the Namm Hall Saturday coordinators.
Most City Tech IDs now scan successfully at the turnstiles, and you do not need to show a Cleared4 pass. *This applies to those who have uploaded vaccine information to CUNYfirst. Other entrants will need to display a Cleared4 pass.
If you feel that you have been exposed or were in close contact with someone that has the virus, please complete the Conronavirus COVID-19 Reporting Form.
Refer to Registration and Upload Guide – COVID-19: Documentation Requirements for CUNY Visitors, Contractors and Vendors if you need help registering with Cleared4.
Summer Sessions 2022 PAFs in PR Assist
Admin Non-Teaching, full time faculty:
Admin Non-Teaching, full time faculty:
Admin Non-Teaching, adjunct faculty:
NOTE: A person appointed to a non-teaching adjunct or adjunct CLT title may be permitted to work during the period between the end of classes in the Fall semester and the start of the Spring semester for a total of 75 hours above the 225-hour semester limit, which additional hours will not be counted toward the adjunct's workload in either the preceding Fall semester or the subsequent Spring semester. (Note: On the rare occasion where you have an adjunct with both a teaching and an NTA assignment, the 75-hours for winter session do not apply.)
If you are teaching in-person or hybrid courses this semester, or wish to come to campus, the following contains critical information Update on Return to Work Date & Uploading Vaccination Verification and University’s Guidelines for CUNY Fall 2021 Reopening Where Not Everyone is Fully Vaccinated
Beginning summer hours on June 13th, 2022 (Monday) to August 12th, 2022 (Friday), the office hours are:
Monday — 8:00 AM to 5:15 PM
Tuesday — 8:30 AM to 7:15 PM
Wednesday — 8:00 AM to 7:15 PM
Thursday — 8:30 AM to 5:45 PM
Friday — Closed
Email Address: AWMO@citytech.cuny.edu
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