The Fall 2022 Admission Application is now available. The Spring 2022 Admission Application is available.

Let us be the first to say, congratulations and welcome to! You are one step closer to beginning a one-of-a-kind college experience and we look forward to meeting you on our campuses. To finalize your admission process, please review the timelines below.

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We are here to support you as you consider your college options. Many of our colleges have decided to extend the deposit deadline to give you and your family flexibility to make the best decision about your future.

College NameCommitment Deposit Date
Baruch CollegeMay 1st
Borough of Manhattan Community CollegeMay 7th
Bronx Community CollegeMay 1st
Brooklyn CollegeMay 1st
City CollegeMay 1st
College of Staten IslandMay 1st
Guttman Community CollegeJune 15th
Hostos Community CollegeMay 3rd
Hunter CollegeMay 1st
John Jay College of Criminal JusticeMay 1st
Kingsborough Community CollegeMay 7th
LaGuardia Community CollegeJune 1st
Lehman CollegeMay 1st
Macaulay Honors CollegeMay 1st
Medgar Evers CollegeJune 1st
New York City College of TechnologyMay 3rd
Queens CollegeJune 1st
Queensborough Community CollegeN/A
School for Labor and Urban StudiesN/A
School of Professional StudiesN/A
York CollegeMay 1st

* Colleges indicating rolling admission are flexible about when commitment is received.

Admission Decisions

Our colleges start communicating Fall admission decisions in March. Spring admission decisions start in October.

Review Your Financial Aid PackageTo determine the cost of attending college, be sure to carefully review each financial aid package you receive. If you have not yet received your package, use our Net Price Calculator to estimate college costs and contact the college you plan to attend directly.

Apply for Veteran Work-Study (if applicable)If you are a veteran, you may qualify for the VA work-study program. Visit the United States Department of Veteran Affairs for more information.

Explore Our CollegesSet aside time to explore the colleges to which you have been accepted. Speaking with current students and faculty is a great way to get an idea of which college is best for you.

Commitment Deposit

Submit Commitment Tuition Deposit

All accepted students are required to submit a non-refundable $100 Commitment Tuition Deposit which will be applied to your first semester of tuition charges. The Commitment Tuition Deposit enables you to confirm enrollment at a college to which you have been offered admission. Students may have the Commitment Tuition Deposit waived by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $3,000 or less. Veterans are also exempt from paying the commitment deposit.

For the Fall semester, see the commitment deposit dates listed above to determine when you’ll need accept your offer.

For the Spring semester, the deposit must be received/postmarked by December 15. If you are admitted after December 15, the deposit is due 10 days after the date you received your admission notification.

Additional Steps

Submit Final Transcripts (Freshman Only) NYC DOE High SchoolsWe will receive an electronic version of your final transcript with date of graduation. DO NOT send a final transcript. However, you may be asked to submit a copy of your High School diploma to the college.

All Other High SchoolsPlease send your final high school transcript indicating your graduation date and type of diploma received. In addition, be advised that some colleges may require you to provide a copy of your high school diploma directly to the college.

The final transcript must include your 4476mountvernon.comfirst ID number. You can find your 4476mountvernon.comfirst ID number (an 8 digit number) on your Application Summary.

Please send final transcripts to the following address: Freshman AdmissionP.O. Box 350136Brooklyn, NY 11235-0001

Transfer Credits (Transfer Applicants Only)Upon admission, colleges may also request to see course descriptions that indicate the individual course title, material covered, text books used and any other information about the course to determine the number of transfer credits awarded. students can see how their courses will transfer between colleges using the Transfer Explorer.

Sign Up for Orientation, Academic Advisement and RegistrationSign up for orientation as early as possible to ensure that you have the most choices for your course selections. Look for parent/family programs and get ready to meet new people!

Register for academic advising to meet your academic advisor who will assist you in selecting and registering classes.

Submit Immunization InformationSubmit your immunization documents and proof of health insurance. For more information, visit the Immunization Records FAQs page.

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Determine Residence (On-Campus vs. Off-Campus)Housing is limited at, so be sure to apply as early as possible if you plan to live on campus. If you are applying for off-campus housing, be aware of contract options and deadlines.