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Use this checklist to assist you in the admissions and enrollment process. The staff in the Office of Admissions and the Office of New Student Engagement are available to help you.
Apply for Admission
Please note, email notifications with next steps are sent to the email address listed on your CUNY application. If you have applied, and have NOT received notification of your admission, please contact us at Admissions@qcc.cuny.edu.
Submit Final High School Transcript/GED Diploma (Freshmen Only)
NYC Department of Education (DOE) High Schools
We'll receive an electronic version of your final transcript with date of graduation. It is not necessary for you to submit an additional copy of your high school transcript.
All Other High Schools
Please send your final high school transcript indicating your graduation date and type of diploma received. The final transcript must include your Application Control Number (“W” number). Transcripts sent without the “W” number won't be accepted and may cause a delay in your enrollment. Diploma recipients must submit an official copy of their GED Diploma and scores.
Please send final transcripts/HSE (GED) Diploma to the following address:
General Freshman Admission
P.O. Box 350136
Brooklyn, NY 11235-0001
Overnight/Express Shipping (DHL, Fedex, etc.)
2001 Oriental Blvd., Building T-1, Room 122
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Prepare and Take CUNY Assessment Tests (CAT)
ALL incoming freshmen are required to take one or more parts of the CUNY Assessment Test. If you're a new student you'll receive notification from CUNY (University Application Processing Center) as to which test(s) you need to take. The results of these tests become the foundation for the advisement and registration session. QCC offers you the following support to help you prepare for the CAT: Pre-Test, Post-Test, and Online Resources.
PRE-TEST Strategies and Resource Session
We help you prepare for CAT by providing you with an overview of test content, format, and time. We will share with you our best tips and strategies to help you prepare and do your personal best on the CAT. To register or for more information please contact us .
POST-TEST Reading, Writing and Math Immersion Sessions
We're here to support you if you didn't pass CAT. Take an intensive preparation class to strengthen your skills and then re-test. To register or for more information please contact us .
Can't come to campus for a session? We have you covered with our online Test Preparation Resources. To register or for more information please contact us .
We are glad that you’ve made the decision to become a QCC student! Now that you’ve been accepted, you can submit your commitment deposit . To confirm the offer of Admission you must fill out and submit the Admissions Response Form, along with your $100.00 Commitment Deposit. You may also be eligible for a waiver. Learn more about the Commitment Deposit
New York State Public Health laws require all students to sign the Meningitis Response Form and all students who were born on or after January 1, 1957 to provide proof of immunity for measles, mumps and rubella. Documentation should be submitted with your application or brought, faxed or mailed to the Health Office. Download the immunization form.
The New York City tuition rate is available for ALL New York State Residents! Do you live in Nassau County, Suffolk County, or anywhere in New York State? If so, you are eligible for the NYC tuition rate! Learn more about the NYC tuition rate
The Office of Financial Services can help you complete the financial aid application process. Be sure to apply for financial aid early. If you need assistance, be sure to attend a FAFSA workshop. If you have any questions about financial aid, call the Office of Financial Services at 718-631-6367.
Time to Choose Your Classes
Once you have completed all the above steps, it will be time to register for your classes! You will receive an email inviting you to choose the date and time to meet with your Academy Adviser. Your Adviser will discuss the results of the CAT and help you choose the appropriate courses for your academic level and major.
Have a fun semester!