This blog is for newly admitted students to the Graduate Center, CUNY.
We would like to welcome and congratulate you! If you haven’t already accepted our offer of admission please do so by emailing email@example.com Please include the Banner ID that was listed on your admissions letter.
Official Documents – Transcripts and Test Scores
All admitted students need to send official, hard copies of their final academic transcripts showing proof of degree to the Office of Admissions prior to registration. Questions regarding these documents should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please have transcripts sent by mail to:
Office of Admissions, The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, Room 7201
New York, NY 10016
Official GRE/TOEFL/GMAT/IELTS scores need to be sent to The Graduate Center directly by the test issuer.
The official school code for GRE and TOEFL is: 2113
The official school code for GMAT is: XWT-S7-47
All new students are required to submit up to date immunization information prior to registration.
NY State Residency
If you are a US citizen and have lived at your present NY State address for less than one calendar year, please fill out the NY State Residency Form and return it to the Office of Admissions by mail or email. Guidelines for completing the residency form can be found here.
If you are a Permanent Resident or if you are on a non-immigrant visa, you must document your status in person in the Office of Admissions prior to enrollment. In addition, if you live in NY State please fill out the NY State Residency Form and return it to the Office of Admissions by mail or email. Guidelines for completing the residency form can be found here.
Registration instructions will be sent to you by email usually in the second week in August. Since that is several months from now, however, don’t forget to keep us informed of any email address changes. (You can send those updates to email@example.com)
Applicants who will apply for Nonimmigrant F-1 or J-1 Entry Visas to the United States, and applicants already in the United States in F-1 or J-1 Student Status must complete the “Request for Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 or DS-2019) and Declaration & Certification of Finances for International Students.”
1. United States government regulations require documentary evidence of financial support for the duration of a proposed course of study prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20 or DS-2019).
2. This documentation may also be requested by United States Consular officials upon application for an Entry Visa, by U.S., immigration inspectors at Ports of Entry into the United States, or by immigration inspectors when applications are made for extension of stay or change of Status in the United States.
3. Submit original documents in support of this application and prepare an additional set of original documents for support of visa applications.
An applicant who would like to change Immigration status to F-1 Student Status should consult the Office of International Students for information on the correct procedure to follow.
All questions regarding Immigration Status should be directed to the Office of International Students at firstname.lastname@example.org
More New Student Information
We will update this blog regularly throughout the summer with topics that we hope you will find interesting and informative. Please feel free to leave comments about what additional topics you might like us to cover. Furthermore, we suggest take the time to explore the rest of the CUNY Commons. It is a resource that will become fully available to you as a member and content creator once you have fully registered as a student and have a gradcenter.cuny.edu email address.
We look forward to you becoming a part of our intellectual community!