Information for Visiting Students

1. CHOOSE YOUR CLASSES

Browse the CUNY summer course offerings by visiting our CUNYFirst Schedule of Classes and choose the courses you need. Make sure to check out as many colleges as possible for the most flexibility.

CUNYfirst SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

2. GET APPROVED

To get credit at your home college for the courses you complete this summer at CUNY, you must have all courses evaluated and approved by the appropriate department at your home college prior to registration. You can find course descriptions needed for evaluation in the Course Catalogs of individual CUNY colleges. Get this done ASAP.

COLLEGE CATALOGS

3. APPLY

Next, submit a visiting/non-degree student application at each of the CUNY colleges that offers the approved courses you selected. Please note that at some colleges your application fee will be due right away. Others offer the option to pay when you register for a course. Checks or money orders are payable to each college.

4. REGISTER

Once you’ve been notified that your application was approved, you will be able to register for your course via the CUNYFirst system. Registration dates for visiting students are listed below.

LaGuardia Community College – Ongoing
Brooklyn College – March 7, 2017
New York City College of Technology – March 14, 2017
Hunter College – March 17, 2017
CUNY School of Professional Studies – March 20, 2017
John Jay College of Criminal Justice – March 20, 2017
Medgar Evers College – April 1, 2017 (Summer I)
Baruch College – April 3, 2017
Lehman College – April 3, 2017
Queens College – April 3, 2017
Hostos Community College – April 6, 2017
The City College of New York – April 6, 2017
York College – April 6, 2017
Borough of Manhattan Community College – April 10, 2017
Bronx Community College – April 17, 2017
Queensborough Community College – April 14, 2017
College of Staten Island – April 20, 2017
Kingsborough Community College- May 1, 2017
Medgar Evers College – June 1, 2017 (Summer II)