New York Tech Alerts
All summer classes will be held via remote learning environments (online and video-conferencing classes).
Campus Access Policy
To ensure the safety of our community, we are instituting the following campus access policy, effective March 25, 2020 and until further notice. PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE OBLIGATED TO CONTINUOUSLY ADHERE TO NEWLY ENACTED STATE GUIDELINES. THIS POLICY MAY NEED TO BE UPDATED.
The New York City campus will be closed beginning March 25, 2020 until further notice. All New York City and Long Island campus employees, faculty and staff, are to work remotely. Students, including student workers, should NOT come to campus.
Limited access to the Long Island campus ONLY (between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday) will be permitted for essential functions as authorized by the New York State Governor's Executive Orders:
- Academic Health Care Center operations
- Campus safety services, including security
- Essential support for remote educational services to students
- Essential support for students in New York Tech residence halls
- Essential facilities and equipment maintenance and cleaning of occupied areas
- Essential financial services, including payroll and accounting
- Necessary mail collection
- Essential maintenance of laboratory research
Any faculty or staff member whose work requires them to come to the Long Island campus for any of the reasons set forth above must receive approval from their vice president, who will provide a daily list to Security. Check-in with security upon ingress to, and egress from, campus is mandatory. At the Long Island campus, please enter via the Main Campus Road and proceed to the parking lot on the right to check in with Security. Please have your New York Institute of Technology ID ready to display.
- Information about upcoming virtual events can be found at nyit.edu/events.
- Updates regarding admissions events and virtual tours/presentations can be found at nyit.edu/admissions/events.
- Details regarding commencement can be found at nyit.edu/commencement.
- The NYIT Auditorium on Broadway remains closed indefinitely due to damage caused after the January 13, 2020 water main break.
For Vancouver campus updates, please visit nyit.edu/vancouver/coronavirus_covid_19_updates.
New York Institute of Technology’s Abu Dhabi campus will be closed for spring break through March 21. From March 8 to March 21, New York Institute of Technology’s Abu Dhabi campus will be closed for spring break. From March 22 to April 4, all classes will be held online/remotely. Most classes will meet via zoom according to the current schedule of class days and times, and attendance/participation will be required. Instructors will contact students directly about technologies they will be expected to use (i.e., Blackboard, Google Classroom) and about any revisions to due dates for assignments, tests, or presentations. On-campus classes are expected to resume on April 5. Additional updates will be posted here.
About New York Tech Alerts
New York Tech Alerts is a mass notification system for emergency communications and student outreach. It's an efficient, timely way for New York Tech to contact students, faculty, and staff via text message (SMS) or voice message in the event of emergencies or campus delays/closures. Students may also receive administrative reminders and notices.
New York Tech Alerts uses 23177 as the incoming text messaging number. Please save this number and program it as New York Tech Alerts so you can quickly recognize it as the official source of New York Tech messages.
Because the security of our New York Tech community is of utmost importance, New York Tech Alerts is an opt-out system. All current full- and part-time students, faculty, and staff members are automatically part of the system and do not have to sign up to receive New York Tech Alerts. If you are not part of the school's contact database and you try to subscribe, you will not be able to do so.
Updating Your Information
Please log in each semester and make sure your information is up to date. Updates may take up to two days.
Use “Primary Outreach” as the main phone at which New York Tech may contact you for essential student services, such as Registrar or Bursar. You may only select one phone (mobile or other) to be your Primary Outreach.
If you forget your New York Tech password (also used for my.nyit.edu), you can reset it here. Then, return to manage your New York Tech Alerts and complete your alert updates.
While we strongly encourage you to use New York Tech Alerts, you may opt-out of it at any time by texting STOP NYIT to 23177. If you change your mind, you may request to begin receiving text messages again by texting SUBSCRIBE NYIT to 23177.
If you require assistance, contact New York Tech's Service Central (516.686.1400, option 1) for assistance.