Library Building (L-236)
Our Children's Center is a CUNY based early childhood education program that provides a rich educational experience
for children of students while attending classes, internship or participating in a federal work-study program.
We encourage children to be creative, explorative and problem solvers. The curriculum includes block building, finger-painting,
easel painting, cooking, theater arts, computer play, music, movement and dance. Our Children's Center has a warm
atmosphere in which parents are an integral part.
General Building 309Preschool 2.0-5.11 years of age Monday - Friday 7:30am-5:45pm
Namm G-14Preschool 2.2-3.o years Monday-Friday 7:45am-5:45pm
Namm G14Preschool 3 years to 5 years Evening day hours Monday -Thursday 4:00pm-7:15pm
Namm G14School age 6 years to 12 years Monday to Thursday 4:00pm-9:30pm
A reasonable fee is charged for this service. You may contact us at (718) 260-5192 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College Opportunity to Prepare for Employment program provides support and employment services to student veterans,
military personnel, and their dependents receiving public assistance and food stamps.
Address: 300 Jay Street RM G-503
The Division of Continuing Education at New York City College of Technology invites you to participate in our wide
array of programs. Whether you wish to enter the job market for the first time, to upgrade your skills for advancement
at work, or to completely change your career in these difficult times, the Continuing Studies Center at City Tech
offers quality, affordable courses for busy adults.
Become part of the City Tech community. To learn more about our programs call 718-552-1170.
The library department's mission is to enable City Tech students to identify, access, evaluate & use appropriate
information & other academic research resources in traditional, electronic, or other media to support &
advance their education.
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To discuss New York State residency, to determine eligibility for some financial aid programs and for in-state tuition
In addition to providing extra financial assistance, SEEK offers a wide range of counseling and
academic support services, including career and academic planning, personal counseling, a state- of-the-art computer
lab, tutoring in many subject areas and academic coaching.
While offering comprehensive academic and counseling services, SEEK is small enough to give our students the attention,
guidance and support they need and deserve.
The SEEK Program offers comprehensive academic and counseling services, including the creative program – Self-Regulated Learning (SRL). It is small enough to give our students the attention, guidance and support they need and deserve.
The Center for Student Accessibility is the disabilities service provider at New York City College of Technology.
The Center provides support to enrolled students who have documented permanent or temporary disabilities. The Center's
primary mission is to support the educational goals for enrolled students with disabilities through access, empowerment,
resources, advocacy, collaboration and outreach throughout the College, the University and the community at large.
The Center provides assistance in the areas of enrollment, academic advisement, tutoring, assistive technologies
and testing accommodations.
In addition to providing services and reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities as mandated by Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the ADA Amendments
Act of 2008, the Center for Student Accessibility works closely with faculty and staff in an advisory capacity
and assists in the development of reasonable accommodations that allow students with disabilities full participation
in all the programs and activities offered at City Tech while meeting the academic standards maintained by the
The Atrium Learning Center (ALC) through its extensive computer labs, workshops and tutoring offers assistance to
students across the entire college population.
HOW TO USE THE LEARNING CENTERThe process of registration is very simple. When a student
enters the reception area of the learning center a staff person will ask for the student's City Tech CUNY card
and for information about the kind of service the student is seeking. The student's CUNY card is scanned again
when the student leaves the learning center.
Students may borrow books, audio and video tapes for use in the learning center and the borrowing student's ID card
will be held in the LC library until the materials are returned.
Tutors are available to aid students who have little or no previous experience with computer use. When the demand
for computers is great, there is a two- hour limit for use. To assure a place in line, students should sign the
computer log as they enter the learning center.
Students may not bring food or drinks to the learning center.
No children are permitted in the learning center.
The learning center is open to give academic assistance to students. If at any time you are unable to get the help
you need, please inform the person in charge.
The Student Wellness Center at City Tech is pleased to offer a variety of services and programs designed to help
students maintain and/or improve their well-being, make healthy life choices for themselves and their families,
and reach their academic goals. City Tech students have a chance to participate in a variety of wellness type of
activities throughout the week including free Chair Massage. Check out our calendar in the Chair Massage Section.
The Student Wellness Center is dedicated to helping City Tech students achieve academic success by supporting their
physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
We believe that healthy students are better able to learn and that when students make informed, conscious decisions
about their health, everyone -- students, families and communities--thrive.
Our hours are: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday ...... 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Wednesday ...... 9:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.mWe are closed on Fridays.
We are located in the Pearl Building, Room 104.