Registrar

CUNY Baccalaureate's Registrar's Office receives and maintains all records for current students, including transcripts, status letters, leaves of absence, withdrawals, and diplomas. Students register for courses and pay their bill through their home college each semester - that includes payment for courses taken on ePermit. Separate from the Registrar's Office, academic advisors are available to answer questions about course work, degree requirements, and faculty mentors.

Registrar Forms

Records

Viewing Your Record

Current CUNY students have access to unofficial student transcripts for each campus that they attended in CUNYfirst. These are typically acceptable to use for applications that ask for an unofficial or student copy of a transcript. Current CUNY BA students…

Degree Verification

On your job applications, resumes, graduate school applications, etc. you MUST identify that you have graduated from the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies. Why is identifying CUNY BA important? Because potential employers are likely to call to verify…

Diplomas

CUNY BA Diplomas When students officially graduate, they will get a letter in the mail a few months later letting them know when their diplomas are printed and ready to be picked up at the CUNY BA program office. The…

Transcripts

**Due to COVID-19 related closures, our office is working remotely. Please allow extra time for processing.** CUNY Baccalaureate maintains the official undergraduate academic record for its students; accordingly, the transcript should be ordered through our office. CUNY Baccalaureate provides a service that…

Registration

Taking Graduate-Level Courses

Qualified students may take some graduate courses as part of their CUNY BA undergraduate program. Policies about admission of undergraduates into graduate courses vary from campus to campus and from discipline to discipline; students must comply with those policies. You…

Registration Contacts

The following contacts are provided for help with registering at the individual CUNY colleges. Bernard Baruch College Borough of Manhattan Community College Bronx Community College Brooklyn College City College College of Staten Island Herbert H. Lehman College Hostos Community College…

ePermit Instructions

CUNY BA students who wish to take a course at a CUNY school other than their home college will need to file for an ePermit. Once an ePermit is approved, students will be assigned an enrollment date at the host…

Policies

Special COVID-19 Flexible Grading Policy for the Spring 2020 Semester

As part of The City University of New York’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, during the Spring 2020 semester, all students shall have the option to convert any or all of the (A-F) letter grades they earn in their classes,…

Readmission

Students who withdrew or were dropped from the CUNY Baccalaureate and wish to reapply must complete the application for readmission below. Students readmitted to the program must satisfy the degree requirements in effect at the time of their readmission. Application for Readmission…

Leaves of Absence

Taking a Leave of Absence from CUNY BA: If you do not intend to register for classes in the fall or spring semester, please request a CUNY BA Leave of Absence in writing (email is fine) to your CUNY BA…

F Grade Policy and Repeating D Grades

CUNY Baccalaureate follows the University policy on “F” grades:  effective fall 1990, students may re-take up to 16 credits of “F”(or FIN, WU) earned in courses taken in CUNY after September 1984. The course (same number and title) must be…

Graduation Honors

Academic Honors Graduation honors are determined by calculating the grade point average (GPA) for all grades the student has received (CUNY and non CUNY, including those grades that were not transferable) and separately calculating the GPA of CUNY courses which…

Calculating Your GPA

The following quality points are based on 1 credit. To calculate your GPA, multiply the quality points corresponding to your grade by the number of credits for the course. Divide the total by the number of quality points possible for…

Dean’s List

Students who maintain a 3.5 average for 30 consecutive credits (with no open grades) while in the program are placed on the dean’s list. For each subsequent 12 consecutive credits earned with a 3.5 average, the student is placed on…

Class Status

Class Status Cumulative Credits Lower Freshman 0-14.9 Upper Freshman 15-29.9 Lower Sophomore 30-44.9 Upper Sophomore 45-59.9 Lower Junior 60-74.9 Upper Junior 75-89.9 Lower Senior 90-104.9 Upper Senior 105-120
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