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Hello, I have been the administrator of this page for over a decade. Obviously, I am not a student at LaGuardia. Is there anyone from the current Bridge staff want to take it over? It seems like such a wasted resource. :(

CUNYFirst ID & Email Look Up


Although you may be accustomed to the password you are using to access your LaGuardia Campus applications, unfortunately, due to security requirements in the CUNYfirst system, your password was be changed on December 27.

The good news is that the new password will be easy for you to remember. The new password is simply your eight digit CUNYfirst ID (same as your EMPLID) and the last two digits of your birth year.

For example:
If your CUNYfirst ID (EMPLID) is 01234567 and you were born in 1993,
Then your Campus Password is: 0123456793

Starting today, December 27, you will need to use your new password to access the following non CUNY eTools:

The College's Wi-Fi System
The Library Research Databases
Campus computers and printing

To lookup your username and ID, go to

Please note: Your CUNYfirst ID (EMPLID) and your new Campus Password cannot be used to log into:

1. CUNYfirst
2. CUNY Portal
- Degree Audit
- Blackboard

To access CUNYfirst and the CUNY Portal, please log in as always using your CUNYfirst or CUNY Portal username and password as applicable.

If you are using your [email protected] e-mail account, this change will not affect your current password. We urge you to open your Student Email regularly – it’s the fastest way to receive information about advisement, registration, payment deadlines, scholarships, job opportunities and campus events.

If you have questions, please send an email to [email protected] or call (718) 482-5935.


BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly are holding a city briefing at this time. Commissioner Kelly has identified the items in the car as three propane tanks, two gasoline containers, consumer grade fireworks, wiring and two clocks with batteries in place. A metal box resembling a gun locker was also located in the back of the vehicle.


BREAKING NEWS: Car bomb found in Times Square around 6:30 PM on 5/1. A Nissan Pathfinder with Connecticut plates was found parked on 45th Street and 7th Avenue with reports citing 3 propane tanks and two 5 gallon containers of gasoline and a crude timing device inside the vehicle. The bomb failed to go off. The NYPD and FBI are currently investigating.


MTA UPDATE: On March 24th, the MTA approved the planned budget cuts, eliminating several bus routes along with the V & W trains.


UPDATE: House Democrats have approved the reconciliation bill to the just passed health care legislation with a 220-211 vote.


UPDATE: The House is now voting on changes to the Senate version of the just-passed health care legislation.


BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: House democrats have suppressed the motion to kill the health care legislation with 216 no votes!


BREAKING NEWS: House Democrats have PASSED historical health care legislature 219-212. As a last ditch effort, republicans have put forth a motion to recommit. A recorded vote is currently being taken for the motion. If the motion receives 216 yes votes, the legislation is effectively killed. More to come as soon as the votes are in!


The Bridge is back from Phoenix with lots to share. Join us for the LaGCC service fair on 3/3 & 3/5 at noon in the E Building Atrium @ LaGCC.


The Bridge is in Phoenix, Arizona for the 26th annual National Journalism Convention.


The Bridge has had a very successful launch of the December 2009 issue with tons of great feedback. LaGCC President Gail O. Mellow showed off the Bridge at an Executive Council meeting this week, and many faculty members have commented on how great it looks. We're busy churning away on the January 2010 issue. Connect Yourself!


Look for your copy of The Bridge hot off the press on Tuesday, December 8, 2009! This issue is packed with the news you need to know. Budget cuts, health care reform, tuition hikes. Connect yourself.


Pick up your copy of the 2008-2009 Year In Review edition of The Bridge! It's out now!


Look for your copy of The Bridge hot off the press this week!


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