As there still remains some uncertainty, the College will continue to hold mostly online courses. The campus buildings will remain closed with limited access as deemed necessary to hold some hands-on lab courses.
A small number of labs will be held in-person in the Academic and Voorhees Building during the spring semester. Students registered in these specific classes should show up having used the Everbridge app that day, with approval to enter. If students have an appointment to meet a faculty member in Voorhees, they must have with them an email confirming the appointment and must have Everbridge pre-approval. Students may not enter the building for any other purposes.
All campus resources, administrative offices and faculty will continue to be accessible virtually.
Getting Started for the Spring
What Do I need for My Course(s)
Check the minimum technology requirements for your course(s).
Blackboard & Other Technologies
Check the available tools and resources we have implemented to help you in virtual learning.
Borrowing a Device to Get Online
Need a device to go online, City Tech is loaning devices to currently enrolled student.
Accessing a Virtual Computer Lab
Need access to licensed software that only installed in campus computing labs. Check the Virtual Computer Labs.
Virtual Academic Advisors
Seeking an Academic Advisor to help you with decisions on classes. Connect with your Academic Advisor and bring your questions!
Find staff who can assist you. Exploring many resources City Tech has to offer.
City Tech's Center for Student Accessibility has offer resources in accommodating students with disabilities in virtual learning.
Want to contact your academic department? The following is a list of our academic departments.
The website is designed to help you take charge of your college planning and to gain a better understanding what to expect each year of college attendance.
The City Tech Library supports students with our online collections, services, and programs. We collaborate with faculty and staff across the college to help students build research skills and connect with knowledge in their disciplines. Students can access articles, ebooks, and more from the City Tech Library website. Our self-paced online tutorials, research guides, and 24X7 “Ask a Librarian” chat service allow students to get research help on their own time, when they need it.
The City Tech Library also offers virtual student workshops each semester and creates virtual exhibitions and podcasts. Check out the Library Buzz Blog to stay informed about our programs and virtual events. We love to hear from and connect with students about their research and learn more about how we can support them. Connect with us on Instagram and Twitter @citytechlibrary.
Spring 2021 - General Tutoring Schedule
To support student success following is a list of tutoring opportunities across campus and a list of faculty who volunteer to help any student taking a course they teach during their office hours. Learn More.