• Campus offices are offering support to students by email and/or by phone
    as well as in-person and/or virtual office hours.

    Hours listed below are in person unless otherwise noted and are subject to change.
    Please check this page or call before visiting campus.

    We request your patience when contacting us; we are working hard to answer
    everyone's questions and will assist you as soon as possible.

    Note: Campus services will be closed on Fridays, 6/13-8/12.
    Hours listed below reflect departments’ summer hours.

    Before visiting campus in-person, please review the following:

    All students registering for a fully in-person or hybrid class for the 2021 Fall Term and thereafter must be fully vaccinated to attend in-person classes unless you have been granted a religious exception or medical exemption. Requests for religious exceptions or medical exemptions must be submitted via the CUNYfirst Vaccine Verification Form.

    Students accessing University facilities for reasons other than to attend an on-campus class session will be required to be vaccinated. If they have been granted a religious exception or a medical exemption, they can show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 7 days prior to the visit.

    Learn more.

    Beginning Spring 2022, students taking in-person or hybrid courses must also receive vaccine boosters when they become eligible for them and submit proof in CUNYfirst within 30 days from the date of eligibility.

    Subject to the exceptions in this policy, every visitor to a CUNY campus, whether accessing indoor or outdoor spaces, must provide proof to CUNY that they (i) are fully vaccinated or (ii) have had a negative COVID-19 molecular (PCR) test performed by an accredited lab no more than 7 days prior to the visit.

    Please note that CUNY has lifted the mask mandate for those who are fully vaccinated. Anyone who would like to continue wearing masks in any setting is welcome to do so at any time.

    All visitors to LaGuardia must:

    • Enter via the “Non-Vax Pass” marked doors
    • Be prepared to display your I.D.
    • Be prepared to display one of the following:
      • Negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 7 days,
      • Your original CDC Vaccination record
      • Excelsior App Vaccination record
    • Un-vaccinated persons must wear a mask while indoors and outdoors at all times, including in enclosed spaces, except briefly when eating or drinking (in which case they must maintain strict social distancing from other individuals).
    • Un-vaccinated persons on campus must maintain a minimum six-foot physical distance from others

    Learn More.

  • Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) Offices

    Department Contact Information Hours
    The English Language Center (TELC) english@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm
    Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm
    Career Development Center Careerdevelopmentcenter@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm
    Friday 9:00am - 1:00pm
    Career and Technical Education Assistance Center CTEACenter@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
    Business and Entrepreneurial Services See individual program info below
    Continuing Education Enrollment Services Website
    Monday–Thursday, 8:30am-6:30pm
    Friday & Saturday 8:30am-3:30pm
    Procurement Technical Assistance Center Ptac@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Friday 9am-5pm
    10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB) 10ksb@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Friday 9am-5pm
    Small Business Development Center Sbdc@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Friday 9am-5pm
    Small Business Transportation Resource Center Eperdomo@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Friday 9am-5pm
    Center for Contract Training Cce@lagcc.cuny.edu
    Monday- Thursday 9am-6:15pm
    NYDesigns Info@nydesigns.org
    Monday- Friday 9am- 5pm
    Career and Professional Programs ACEreg@lagcc.cuny.edu Monday- Thursday 9am- 6:15pm
    Saturday 8:30am - 3:30pm
  • Community Resources

  • Resources are available for New Yorkers of all ages, across the five boroughs:
    • CUNY Food Pantries
      • CUNY students may visit any CUNY campus food pantry. Please be sure to confirm hours of operation prior to visiting, and be sure to follow CUNY’s safety guidance.
    • NYC Food pantries and soup kitchens
      • Food Bank for New York City has a searchable map where you can find a nearby food pantry, soup kitchen or SNAP enrollment site
      • Plentiful can help you make an appointment to visit a food pantry. Text "FOOD" to PANTRY (726-879) to get started. Or for Android users, download the app.
      • The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute is an academic research and action center at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy located in Harlem, NYC.
    • Free meals for ALL New Yorkers
    • For people age 60 and older
      • The NYC Department for the Aging provides access to home-delivered meals for people age 60 and older. In-home care, such as assistance with household chores, personal care, and referrals to additional resources, is available.

    Healthy or sick, all New Yorkers need to stay home as much as possible. To stay up to date with the latest information, visit the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
    • Information is available in over 20 languages
    • For real-time updates in English, text COVID to 692-692
    • Text COVIDESP 692-692 for updates in Spanish
    • Important guidance for immigrant New Yorkers:
      • Seeking or using medical treatment or preventive healthcare services related to COVID-19 will NOT be considered under the public charge rule, even if the services are Medicaid-funded
      • Seek care without fear and if you need help getting medical care, call 311 and get connected to a doctor today
    • How to safely help your fellow New Yorkers during the emergency

    Urgent health care needs (other than testing for coronavirus)
    What to do if you feel overwhelmed or need help coping?
    • Contact NYC Well 24/7 at 888-NYC-WELL or (888)-692-9355
    • Texting “WELL” to 65173
    • Chat online at nyc.gov/nycwell

    The New York Immigrant Coalition has released a resource guide for immigrants who are concerned about COVID-19 and how it might impact their immigration case.

    • The New York City Mayor’s Office wants workers to know that they have the right to use safe and sick leave to care for themselves or anyone they consider family.
    • For more information, visit the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection for information available in over 20 languages
    • Workers in NYC are covered by many labor and employment laws, regardless of immigration status

    • If an employer closes due to a reason related to COVID-19 or receives a mandatory order from a government entity, there will be no waiting period for the employee to file a claim for unemployment insurance
    • Visit the New York State Department of Labor to file a claim
    • Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to file a claim

    • Hate and discrimination against anyone based on their race, national origin, or other status is not tolerated. The New York City Commission on Human Rights, Mayor's Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes, and NYPD are monitoring and responding to reported hate and bias incidents resulting from fear and stigma related to COVID-19
    • Call 311 to report harassment or discrimination
    • Call 911 if you are the victim of a hate crime or witness what you believe to be a hate crime. NYPD officers will not ask about the immigration status of anyone seeking help and language assistance is available

    NYC’s Office of Emergency Management provides additional resources about

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