Studying & Working Remotely
Teaching, learning, and research
Records, Advising, Careers Portal
Report issues with Degreeworks: https://sites.google.com/qc.cuny.edu/degreeworks/report-an-issue
Request access to Degreeworks: https://sites.google.com/qc.cuny.edu/degreeworks/facultystaff-resources/facultystaff-access-request
Request access to QC Navigate: https://eab.qc.cuny.edu/access-qc-navigate
QC Tableau: http://tableau.qc.cuny.edu
Update your contact information in CUNYfirst
Be sure CUNYfirst has correct and up-to-date information for you, so we can reach you in an emergency
http://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu, Human Capital Management > Self Service > Personal Information > Phone Numbers
Make sure you get paid on time - set up Direct Deposit. The Office of Human Resources shared an email encouraging all employees to sign up for Direct Deposit to make sure they get paid on time. To check your address is correct if you don't have Direct Deposit set up yet, go to: http://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu, Human Capital Management > Self Service > Personal Information > Home and Mailing Address.
Request to Borrow a Device
For students, please go to support.qc.cuny.edu
For faculty & staff, complete this request form: click here
Check your campus telephone
Be sure to update your message so it informs callers about how to contact you and how to expect your response.
Check voicemail remotely by phone 718-997-4545 or online http://qcvoicemail.qc.cuny.edu/
Keep Americans Connected pledge from the FCC:
WiFi & broadband
Charter announced that it would offer free high-speed Spectrum Internet service and Wi-Fi for 60 days to households with students taking online classes because of the coronavirus outbreak. Students can call (844) 488-8395 to enroll. Installation fees will be waived for new student households, the company said. Spectrum said regular pricing will take effect at the end of the 60-day period if a customer not cancel or change the service.
Altice USA said that it would offer Altice Advantage 30 mbps broadband service for free to college students without Internet service for 60 days. Eligible students can call 866-200-9522 to enroll.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon have announced additional services, such as the removal of data caps and waiver of late fees
CUNY information security guidelines for working remotely: https://cisweb.cuny.edu/security/InformationSecurityGuidelines-COVID19-WorkingRemotely.pdf
Study & Focusing Tips
Tips for students distance learning in a time of COVID-19: http://cuny.is/tips4students
Create and stick to a routine
Do one thing at a time - try not to multitask
Take breaks from work: just because you work or take classes at home now, this does not mean that home must revolve around work and school all the time. Try a modified Pomodoro technique while working or studying to help you.