Employee Resources

Employee Health and Wellness Daily Symptom Checker Personal Health and Wellness


Employees Accessing Campus

On and After August 16: Students and Faculty & Staff will need to verify their vaccination status and follow stipulated protocols.

Prior August 16: Only essential, approved and scheduled non-essential employees are allowed on campus, along with students and faculty who have on-campus, in-person classes.

  1. Complete the Campus Access Request Form 24-hours before the planned visit to allow time for review and approvals.
    1. Requests for campus access will be reviewed, and a safety plan will be developed for each approved visit, regardless of reason or length of time
  2. Review The New York State COVID-19 Response: Return to Work video, which is posted to the Blackboard site under My Organizations on the Blackboard Login page.
  3. Get the Everbridge App, a free screening app available for download in the Apple Store and in Google Play
    1. Notes: New York State requires employers to screen employees for COVID-19 symptoms before the employee enters the workplace. The screening is not a medical diagnosis of COVID-19; the screening is to determine whether the employee can report to the workplace. If you do not own a smart phone, Public Safety will complete your screening in the Administration Building Lobby. We encourage everyone with a smart phone to install the app as this provides for contactless and expedited entry.
  4. Open the app and click “Find an Organization or Subscription” button on the Everbridge splash page.
    1. Search for CUNY. Select the “CUNY – Health Screening” option.
    2. Do not choose “NYAlert”.
    3. You will be taken to the CUNY Web ApplicationsLogin page. Login using your CUNYfirst login credentials. (Username: “Firstname.Lastname##@login.cuny.edu”)
    4. Set your notification preferences and click the “Done” button.


If you need help, please contact the IT Help Desk at helpdesk@qcc.cuny.edu or call 718-631-6273. Read this guide for further instructions on how to use this App.

  1. Complete the Everbridge Daily Symptom Checker Wellness Survey
    1. Within the Everbridge app, click the shield icon in the bottom-right corner. If you do not see the shield icon, restart the app.
    2. Click the Symptom Checker icon (there is a Spanish and an English version).
    3. Go through the questionnaire, answer all five questions, then click "Submit".
    4. Once you take the survey, you will receive either an approval message or a message that says you are not approved to come to campus. Based on your results, you will be given further instructions. Anyone who comes to campus with a “Not Approved” result will not be allowed on campus.

Employee Health and Wellness

Self-Monitoring for COVID-19 Symptoms

New York State requires employers to screen employees for COVID-19 symptoms before the employee enters the workplace. The screening is not a medical diagnosis of COVID-19; the screening is to determine whether the employee can report to the workplace.

Everbridge App Icon

Get the Everbridge App

Everbridge (the app icon is orange with an image of a white bridge), is a free app available for download in the Apple Store and in Google Play.

Note: If you do not own a smart phone, Public Safety will provide access to a kiosk to complete your screening in the Administration Building Lobby. We encourage everyone with a smart phone to install the app as this provides for contactless and expedited entry.


Once you have the app installed, follow these instructions for one-time set up:

  1. Open the app and click “Find an Organization or Subscription” button on the Everbridge splash page.
  2. Search for CUNY. Select the “CUNY – Health Screening” option.
  3. Do not choose “NYAlert”.
  4. You will be taken to the CUNY Web ApplicationsLogin page. Login using your CUNYfirst login credentials. (Username: “Firstname.Lastname##@login.cuny.edu”)
  5. Set your notification preferences and click the “Done” button.

If you need help, please contact the IT Help Desk at helpdesk@qcc.cuny.edu or call 718-631-6273. Read this guide for further instructions on how to use this App.

Daily Symptom Checker Wellness Survey

CUNY's Work/Life program, CCA@YourService, is a free benefit to you and your family. The program provides access to a range of support services including free, confidential counseling to employees, as well as their household and family members, health and wellness resources and referrals, assistance with convenience matters, and financial tools and resources. All this and more are always @YourService!

Log on 24/7 or call (800) 833-8707 toll-free, or visit the CCA@YourService website, Company Code: CUNY


Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination, Compliance, and Contact Information

As we resume on-campus operations after months of working remotely, we encourage all staff to complete two mandatory annual trainings. The redesigned Employee Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Course (ESPARC) and the Workplace Violence Prevention Program.

Both programs are posted to Blackboard under “My Organizations.”

We also want to remind you of workplace policies that contribute to a respectful, affirming and harassment/discrimination-free campus community.

The CUNY Policy on Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination prohibits discrimination on the basis of numerous protected characteristics in accordance with federal, state, and local law. The protected characteristics include race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic information, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence/stalking/sex offenses, unemployment status, or any other legally prohibited basis.


Additional Information

Personal Health and Wellness

CUNY's Work/Life program, CCA@YourService, is a free benefit to you and your family. The program provides access to a range of support services including free, confidential counseling to employees, as well as their household and family members, health and wellness resources and referrals, assistance with convenience matters, and financial tools and resources. All this and more are always @YourService!

Log on 24/7 or call (800) 833-8707 toll-free, or visit the CCA@YourService website, Company Code: CUNY


Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination, Compliance, and Contact Information


As we resume on-campus operations after months of working remotely, we encourage all staff to complete two mandatory annual trainings. The redesigned Employee Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Course (ESPARC) and the Workplace Violence Prevention Program.

Both programs are posted to Blackboard under “My Organizations.”

We also want to remind you of workplace policies that contribute to a respectful, affirming and harassment/discrimination-free campus community.

The CUNY Policy on Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination prohibits discrimination on the basis of numerous protected characteristics in accordance with federal, state, and local law. The protected characteristics include race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic information, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence/stalking/sex offenses, unemployment status, or any other legally prohibited basis.


Additional Information


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