Students: If your course has suddenly disappeared from Blackboard, please make sure that you have not received a WN grade from your instructor due to nonattendance.
Beginning October 1, 2012 entry to Rosenthal Library by members of the Queens College community will require a turnstile swipe with a QCard issued by the Office of Converging Technologies (OCT) or a currently validated CUNY ID card with photo and magnetic stripe intact. For members of the Queens College community that do not have one of the QCards shown below, please go to One Stop Service Center in the Dining Hall to exchange. Other individuals with an ongoing need for access to the Rosenthal Library are encouraged to apply for membership in the Friends of the Library. For more information, please inquire at the Circulation Desk.
For further information on QCard please click here.
MyQC is Queens College’s password-protected intranet portal intended for sharing internal information and communication. It is designed exclusively for faculty, staff, and students and is accessible 24/7.
In order to log-in to MyQC. Please click here.
Then Click on “Login to MyQC”
A small window will pop up asking for username and password.
Your username for MyQC is the same username as your CAMS, (your QC email username.)
Your password is also the same.
When you activate your CAMS account, it enables you to log-in to your QC email account, computers around the campus, as well as log-in to MyQC.
Certain users need to add prefix to the username in order to log-in to MyQC. Faculty/Staff may have to type qc\ before their username. Students may have to type instr\ before their username. But if you have tried both ways and it still does not work. You may want to check your CAMS username and password and ensure that you are typing the correct credentials.
The following advisory is being distributed to the CUNY community to raise the awareness of specific computer security risks and issues. Please distribute as appropriate throughout your organization.
Increasingly, CUNY students, faculty and staff receive emails appearing to be from legitimate sources which are actually fraudulent and clever methods to trick you into disclosing personal information for criminal intent. These techniques are commonly referred to as Phishing. Frequently these emails come from familiar sounding names of banks and financial institutions. To minimize the risk of you becoming a victim of identity theft follow these basic practices when using the Internet:
1. Avoid clicking on any web links from within an email. These embedded links may direct your Internet browser session to illegitimate web sites asking for personal information and could also download malicious code, such as viruses, onto your machine. Instead, start a new Internet browser session and enter the legitimate web site address into the address bar of the browser.
2. The content of many phishing emails can be very threatening (e.g., account closure, account verification, account updates, account is limited) and can be convincing to entice the user to follow through with the provided instructions. By far, most institutions will use non-Internet methods, such as the U.S. Postal Service, to send these types of notices and then will only send them to your official address of record. If in doubt about the legitimacy of these threatening emails, call the institution using the phone number on your last statement or on the back of your credit card.
3. Similarly financial institutions generally require some form of an initial setup to be completed prior to allowing electronic banking services. An online relationship is usually not established automatically or through exchange of emails. Become familiar with your financial institution’s online registration process. If in doubt, call the institution using the phone number on your last statement or on the back of your credit card.
4. Update your computer’s operating and Internet browser software on a regular basis. These updates routinely include security enhancements.
5. Maintain anti-virus programs to the current level of protection.
6. Select and maintain passwords that are difficult to guess and change them regularly.
Tutorials for copying courses from previous semesters and merging course sections together, as well as many other subjects, are available via the Blackboard 9.1 tab on Blackboard or directly at www.cuny.edu/blackboard.
Faculty new to Blackboard may find information about creating a CUNY portal account, logging in and adding materials to their courses at the same site.
Please remember that your courses are not available to students unless you make them so, which is done at Control Panel > Customization > Properties.
If you do not see your Fall 2012 courses on Blackboard, you should verify in CUNYfirst that you are listed as the instructor. (Once your department does list you, the overnight snapshot process should place you in the course.)
What is the One Stop Service Center (OSSC)?
The One Stop Service Center is the “student focused” customer service area representing the Offices of the Registrar, Bursar (student financials) and Financial Aid. The One Stop is not responsible for the administrative duties of the offices it represents. We are staffed with experts from these offices who can quickly assess student problems or situations and either help on the spot or refer them to the appropriate resource for more information or processing. OSSC is located in the Dining Hall, room 128 and can be reached at 718-997-4141. The Admission’s Office is not represented at the One Stop Service Center.
Monday, Thursday and Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday: 9 am to 7 pm (5 pm when classes are not in session)
Services offered at the One Stop Service Center
General information, inquiries and assistance with CUNYfirst
Maintenance of Matriculation Form
Declaration of Major/Minor Form
Social Security Number Change
Enrollment Certification Letters
Graduation Cancellation Form
Evaluated Withdrawal Form for Graduate Students
Grade Report for Visiting Students
Verification of Status for Tuition Determination Form
Non-Disclosure of Directory Information (FERPA)
Student record issues
General information about the Financial Aid process and procedures
Intake and distribution of all Financial Aid forms including:
- Dependent and Independent Verification Worksheet
- Federal Direct Loan Requests
- Direct Deposit Request
- Direct Loan Increase/Decrease/Cancellation Request
General information and inquiries
Request for billing statements
Intake and distribution of:
- Stop Payment Request Form
- Direct Deposit Forms
Intake of 3rd party vouchers
The Bursar’s Office is open to the public. Bills may only be paid online or at the Bursar’s Office in Jefferson Hall, room 200
Self Service will give you access to FAQs and answers. It will also allow you to create a service ticket to report technical issues or to request IT services.