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Room: L-114

Phone: 718-260-5050


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Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Thur: 9:00am – 6:00pm


City Tech Library - The Ursula C. Schwerin Library at New York City College of Technology is integral to the educational mission of the college, and fosters connections with and supports students, faculty, and staff in their academic pursuits. Library faculty and staff are committed to student success as we implement and acquire those services and resources that will have the greatest positive impact on the diverse City Tech community. The library offers physical and online access to academic resources, information technology, and study space. Our collections provide our students with opportunities for intellectual exploration, and library faculty empower students to find and critically evaluate information and its uses. As members of an academic department in the college, library faculty research, innovate, and lead on issues in library and information studies, scholarly communications, instructional technology, pedagogy, and higher education.


Linking Employment, Academics and Disability Services
CUNY LEADS is a unique program of the City University of New York created to provide students with disabilities the skills to make realistic academic and career choices that will result in successful career outcomes. LEADS students receive individualized academic and career guidance and training for the world of work in areas including, but not limited to:

  • Academic Advisement
  • Career Counseling
  • Resume Preparation Assistance
  • Interview Preparation Assistance
  • Internship Assistance
  • Job Seeking Assistance
  • Advocacy Skills
  • Referral Assistance with ACCES/VR

Start planning your transition from school to work with the LEADS Advisor through professional networking, internship and employment opportunities. For more information on this FREE and exciting program and to find out if you are eligible, please contact:
Linda Rivera MSEd, CUNY LEADS Advisor, E-mail:

Federal Work Study - The Federal Work-Study Program is a program that provides part-time jobs for undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. Jobs are available both on and off- campus and include community service work.
International Students - The Office of International Student Services (OISS) promotes diversity and highlights the importance, as well as the value of international and cross-cultural exchange. Additionally, OISS offers support throughout your academic journey at City Tech. Through counseling and advisement, we provide you with in depth assistance on F-1/J-1 status rules and regulations, compliance, immigration policy updates, employment options, personal matters, student life at the college and information about living in New York City.

OISS is available to assist in transitioning you into a new environment. We help and encourage you to make connections with peers and the administration who will share in your experience as a City Tech student.

Undergraduate Research - The goal of City Tech's undergraduate research program is to ensure that all students have access to undergraduate research opportunities. We are committed to the principle that research is a learning experience leading to deeper understanding of concepts taught in the classroom, through their application to discover new knowledge or solve societal problems.
Transfer Students- The Transfer Student Center & Recruitment unit recognizes that transferring can be a daunting process. Our goal is to prepare students for success by helping them understand the application process and admission criteria, giving general information on majors and programs, and fostering communication with the appropriate department(s).
The Office of Veteran Support Services (VSS) The Office of Veteran Support Services (VSS) - aims to ease transition from military life to scholar by providing a wide array of programs, services, resources, and activities on campus that support student veterans and encourage post-graduate success. As a specialized unit of New York City College of Technology’s Department of Counseling, VSS also provides short-term personal, academic and career counseling to student veterans, military personnel, and dependent students.