Below are various resources related to the PPA Program and general student information.
- 1 Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP)
- 2 Academic Advising
- 3 Counseling Services Center
- 4 Federal Work-Study
- 5 First Year Programs (FYP)
- 6 Professional Development Center (PDC)
- 7 Scholarships & Residency Services
- 8 Technology Enhancement Center (TEC)
- 9 Student Life & Development (SLD)
- 10 WISE Women’s Center
ASAP at City Tech emphasizes enriched academic, financial and personal supports including comprehensive and personalized advisement, career counseling, tutoring, tuition waivers, MTA MetroCards, and additional financial assistance to defray the cost of textbooks.
City Tech’s academic advisement web pages is here to help you focus on shaping your academic career to achieve your many goals and graduate on time. This is done by reading the Graduation Timeline, your Degree Checklist, using your Academic Career Planner, and more.
The professional counseling and student development staff can help you with many issues and questions about the college, academic or personal problems or other concerns which may be interfering with your success at City Tech.
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.
The mission of First Year Programs is to support first year freshmen and transfer students transitioning to City Tech.
The mission of PDC is to help students and alumni cultivate essential competencies necessary to make informed decisions and take the necessary steps to achieve their career goals.
The Office of Scholarships & Residency Services can help guide you through the process of applying for scholarships and grants.
The TEC includes 14 Mac Pros, 75 PCs with 25 hybrid drafting tables, as well as plotters and scanners. The lab provides students support for the use of applications.
Learning and personal development occurs both inside and outside of the classroom. SLD fosters a campus community in which all students have the opportunity to engage in purposeful and transformative out-of-classroom experiences to prepare them to be active learners, successful graduates, and engaged global citizens.
The mission of City Tech’s Women’s Center is to cultivate a community for all ages, races, genders, sexual orientations, cultures and religions addressing and raising awareness of women’s issues. Our objective is to educate, advocate, inspire and tend to the specific needs and concerns of City Tech women.Print this page