Learn about the following services offered through the GC Portal, or use the quick links on the right for immediate access.
Graduate Center students, faculty, and full-time staff can access Banner. The service allows students to register, pay bills, and view/accept financial aid. Banner helps faculty manage their classes and view their schedules. Full-time staff complete their online timesheets and view their leave balances through Banner. If you have questions concerning Banner, visit the Banner ID Assistance page.
To make an online payment for non-instructional fees, click here.
Microsoft Exchange's Outlook Web Access (OWA) allows users to access email services, calendar items, tasks, and contacts. Users can also set message rules and change their network account password. The recommended internet browser for OWA is Internet Explorer. GC Email is available to faculty and staff. Matriculated students pre-2015 will have access to their @gc.cuny.edu email until June 1, 2015.
As part of a CUNY initiative, the Graduate Center has launched a new Office 365 email system for Graduate Center students. The Office 365 student email system is only available to enrolled students and active graduates. Check out our FAQ for more information.
Office 365 has its own Self-Service Password Reset tool. In order to use it, you must first register. Please see the Self-Service Password Reset Registration Instructions.
Once you have registered, you will be able to use the Self-Service Password Reset tool. Please see the Self-Service Password Reset Instructions.
Blackboard is a web-based courseware management system for use by instructors and students. Instructors create virtual classrooms by posting course materials which may include documents, presentations, and audio and video files. Students can then access these learning materials, participate in interactive online instruction, and create their own research projects.
IT Services provides the Graduate Center community with solutions to many technical issues. Self Service allows users to submit a new Work Order request to IT for a problem and view the status of submitted Work Orders.
Graduate Center students can access a dynamic course schedule by term. Classes are searchable through several filter options, including subject, campus, instructor, credits, day of the week, and time. Course listings will display registration availability and restrictions for the course.
Self-Service Password Reset is a tool that allows all students, faculty, and staff to change or reset a forgotten GC network account password via the web, as well as unlock their GC network accounts without having to contact IT Services. Registration is required for first time users. Please note that this mechanism does not work for Office 365 student email passwords.
Remote Computing allows the Graduate Center community access to many academic software titles as well as personal and shared drives.
Website Services is a platform that allows easy creation of websites for a variety of purposes including conference and group sites, CVs and personal sites, and general interest blogs. The Graduate Center provides instant access to a variety of themes, plugins, and templates to begin building a website. Access for GC staff, faculty, and students is available using the user's username and password.
Web File Services (WFS) is a web-based file storage system that allows users to securely store and share documents and media files. WFS enables collaborative document management. This service can be accessed with the user's GC network username and password.
The GC's Video Streaming service allows users to post videos and stream live content to a dedicated viewing channel. The service supports concurrent recordings, on-demand streams, and simultaneous live streams allowing users to quickly share and view media. For more information please contact IT Services.
Argos is the enterprise reporting and business intelligence solution for the Graduate Center. Access information in a better way and make more timely decisions. To utilize this service, please email IT Services to request a user account.
The CUNY Portal provides a fast and easy way to access CUNY information, including links to CUNY college websites, information about events, and campus directories.
Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open source "journal management and publishing system." OJS supports various phases of publishing an online journal, including submission and peer review, publication, indexing, and archiving. Users can customize their journals. To get started with OJS, contact IT Services.