• Welcome


    On this page you can find links to frequently used technology resources for faculty and students, as well as how to access the latest technology and software offerings -whether you are on campus or off. 

  • Technology Resources

    Whether you are taking classes in-person, online, or a mix of both, you’ll need to access a variety of tools to ensure a successful semester.




    If you do not have a reliable device at home, you may borrow a Chromebook or iPad and Wi-Fi hotspot from LaGuardia. Headphones are also available. For questions about device loans, contact the Student Information Center (SIC) at DeviceRequest@lagcc.cuny.edu (be sure to include your full name and EMPLID).

    Use your LaGuardia email address (@live.lagcc.cuny.edu) and password to access:

    • My LaGuardia – Student portal page to view alerts, make appointments, track progress, and more. Be sure to download the free LaGuardia mobile app in the Apple Store or Google Play.
    • Office 365 – Access email, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and more.
    • ePortfolio – Create a space for your schoolwork.

    Use your your CUNY credentials (username is firstname.lastname + the last 2 digits of your EMPL ID, and your password is the same as your CUNYfirst account) to access:

    • CUNYfirst – Update classes, pay your bill, view grades, upload vaccination documents, and more.
    • Zoom – Attend virtual meetings or classes.
    • Dropbox – Store files and collaborate on projects.
    • Schedule Builder – Find and register for classes.

    Need help?
    Visit the CUNY IT Help knowledge base; request support from a Student Technology Mentor; submit a helpdesk ticket; feel free to visit the new Student Technology Helpdesk(STH) located in B127; or call 718-482-6121.







  • Academic Resources


    Academic Advising
    Your advisor and advising team support you throughout your time at LaGuardia to make sure you pick the right classes and stay on track to graduate. Visit them virtually or in person during drop-in hours, or make an appointment on My LaGuardia.

    Instruction Modes
    CUNYfirst lists the mode of delivery for each individual class section. Check your schedule in the CUNYfirst Student Center for these details.

    Types of Instruction Modes:

    • In-Person – Classes take place on campus during scheduled meeting times.
    • Online – Class instruction occurs remotely; you will need to connect via a computer, laptop or tablet. Online classes may be synchronous or asynchronous.
      • Synchronous – The class meets live with an instructor during a scheduled meeting time. You are expected to attend the class online on the specified day and time.
      • Asynchronous – The class will not meet live on a specific day and time. Instead, you will complete lectures, readings and assignments on your own time, and you will have opportunities to meet with your instructor online during their office hours.
    • Hybrid – A combination of in-person and online learning. Students are typically expected to participate in both.
      • HyFlex (or HyperFlex) – Flexible courses simultaneously offered in-person and online, and students can choose the modality that works best for them.

    LaGuardia Bookstore
    The LaGuardia Bookstore is operated with Barnes & Noble College Bookstores Inc. to provide you with textbooks, course materials, supplies and school spirit merchandise. Visit the Bookstore online.

    LaGuardia Library
    The LaGuardia Library gives you access to about 776,000 ebooks and 161 databases, and our librarians are ready to help you find resources and provide answers to your questions.

    LinkedIn Learning (LIL)
    All active LaGuardia students have free and unlimited access to all of LIL’s online courses and professional services. For more information visit our LIL Page.

    Tutoring
    Need a little extra help in a specific class or writing a paper? Discover the support available through tutoring services.


  • Having problems logging in or using these digital tools?


    If the resources above are not helping you, feel free to visit the CUNY IT Help website and type your question into the search bar; request support from a Student Technology Mentor; request help or call 718-482-6121 or 718-482-6157 (after-hours support 8 p.m.–8 a.m. at 646-664-2024).