Readmission

Readmission

Undergraduate students who left John Jay College and returning as a CUNY Justice Academy student do not need to file for Readmission.

 

Undergraduate and Graduate Readmission in Good Academic Standing Policy

Undergraduate Students
All undergraduate students with cumulative grade point averages of 2.00 or higher in a 4.00 scale are automatically processed for readmission provided they do not have disciplinary stops or testing stops for either placement tests or the CUNY Proficiency Examination. These issues must be resolved prior to readmission. Applications with all other stops are processed and notified that they have institutional stops which must be resolved prior to the registration.

Graduate Students
All graduate students with cumulative grade point averages of 3.00 or higher in a 4.00 scale are automatically processed for readmission provided they do not have disciplinary stops. These issues must be resolved prior to readmission. Applications with all other stops are processed and notified that they have institutional stops which must be resolved prior to the registration.

Undergraduate and Graduate Readmission in Good Academic Standing Procedure

Undergraduate Students
The Undergraduate readmission application is available at the Office of Jay Express Service Center and online. Completed applications with appropriate fee in cash (in-person only), check, or money order can be submitted to the Office of Jay Express Service Center Services.  

Graduate Students
Graduate readmissions application is available in person at the Office of Jay Express Service Center and online on the Jay Express Service Center website. Completed applications with appropriate fee in cash (in-person only), check, or money can be submitted to the Office of Jay Express Service Center. 

Undergraduate and Graduate Readmission below Academic Standard Policies and Procedures

Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who have earned a grade point average less than 2.00 on a 4.00 scale must have their academic records reviewed for readmission consideration. The Undergraduate Readmission Committee reviews all records for undergraduate students who have applied for readmission to the College and whose grade point average is less than 2.00. The Readmission Committee is chaired by the Registrar and consists of representative members of the college community.

The Undergraduate Readmission Committee reviews each application and determines eligibility. The established deadline to reapply for readmission for the Fall semester is May 15th and for the Spring Semester November 15th of each year. If the Committee is in favor of a student’s eligibility for readmission, the student is either referred to the Counseling Office (non-SEEK students) or a SEEK Counselor (SEEK students). Students will be notified by email to schedule a mandatory readmission interview where the course schedule for the subsequent semester is discussed along with academic and personal planning.

For approved readmission applications, the registration appointment date and time will be available on CUNYFirst. Registration will be available on CUNYFirst by the student’s appointment date and time. Other academic requirements must be adhered to as advised by the counselor. Please note, students must resolve all the stops on their account prior to registration.

Graduate Students
Graduate students who have earned a grade point average less than 3.00 in a 4.00 scale must have their academic records reviewed for readmission consideration. All graduate readmission below academic standard are reviewed by the Dean of Graduate Studies.

The application and all accompanying documentation must be submitted no later than one week prior to the beginning of the intended semester of readmission.

For approved readmission applications, the registration appointment date and time will be available on CUNYFirst. Registration will be available on CUNYFirst by the student’s appointment date and time. Graduate students allowed for readmission must adhere to the academic requirements set by the Dean of Graduate Studies. Students must resolve all the stops on their account prior to registration.