Registering for the CUNY Academic Commons is easy. Just fill in the fields below and we'll get a new account set up for you in no time.
Because the Commons is meant to be a space for collaboration between members of the City University of New York, a CUNY email address is required to use the site. Please use your CUNY email address to register. You may change your preferred email address after registering if you'd like.
Note: The CUNY Academic Commons is currently available for use by CUNY faculty, staff, graduate students, graduate alumni, postdocs, and (in special cases) non-CUNY members involved in CUNY projects. We cannot support undergraduate students or course websites at this time.
Examples: jdoe or jane_doe or jds123
Your responses in the form fields below will be displayed on your profile page, which is open to the public. Only your name and college are required. You can always add, edit, or remove information at a later date.
If you would like a word or phrase in your interests to link to others who have the same word or phrase then put it in brackets: eg "I am interested in [philosophy] and [photography]." You can change this information in your profile at any time.
If you would like a word or phrase in your interests to link to others who have the same word or phrase then put it in brackets: eg "I am interested in [philosophy] and [photography]."
Be sure to include http://
Yes, I'd like to create a new blog
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