Accepted Transfer Students

Accepted Transfer Students

Welcome to John Jay!

We are delighted that you will be joining our college community.  While this is an exciting time for you as you embark on your college career, it's an exciting time for us, too.  We look forward to seeing how you and your classmates will make John Jay a different place - by making it your own.

To enroll as a Transfer Student, follow these steps:

1. Reserve Your Seat by Submitting Your $100 Seat Deposit 

To ensure that you have a seat, you must submit a nonrefundable/nontransferable $100 deposit. This deposit will be applied toward your tuition charges.

The easiest and fastest way to pay is by logging into your CUNYfirst account and navigating to the Student Center. Go to the Admissions tab at the bottom and select View Details for John Jay. You can then either accept or decline your offer of admission to John Jay. If you accept, you will have the ability to pay your commitment deposit online.

For Spring 2019

For the Spring semester, the deposit must be received/postmarked by December 15. If you are admitted after December 15, the deposit is due 10 days after the date you received your admission notification. 

For Fall 2019

For the Fall semester, the deposit must be received/postmarked by May 1st. If you are admitted after May 1st, the deposit is due 10 days after the date you received your admission notification.  

 

2. Study and Take the Mathematics Placement Test

You may receive an email from the John Jay Testing and Evaluation Office notifying you to RSVP for a date and time of the CUNY Assessment Test in Mathematics. The purpose of this test is to determine your placement into a math course. Prepare for the test by reviewing sample questions at www.cuny.edu/academics/testing.html. It is important to take this test as soon as possible. Contact the Testing and Evaluation Office at 212.237.8108 or email testing@jjay.cuny.edu if you need to reschedule. If you live outside of the New York City area, please contact the Testing Office to reschedule a testing time that is convenient for you. If you completed a College Algebra or Pre-Calculus math course, you do not need to take the test.

3. Submit Your Immunization Form

Before you register for classes, you will need to submit the immunization form to the John Jay College Student Health Center located at:                                                                                                                                                                
524 West 59th Street, Room L.68

New York, NY  10019

Please visit http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/immunization for details and to download the form. The Health Office will review the documents and contact you directly if any additional information is required.

4. Apply for Financial Aid

To determine your financial aid eligibility, you must complete your Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) application.  John Jay’s code is 002693.  If you are a New York State resident, complete the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application process.  The TAP code is 1414.  For information and deadline dates about the Excelsior Scholarship Program, visit the HESC website at www.hesc.ny.gov/Excelsior

5. Learn About Housing

John Jay College provides a Residence Life Program at The New Yorker.  Information about housing options and the application process, please go to www.jjay.cuny.edu/housing.

6. Register for Class

You will be eligible to register upon completion of your transfer credit evaluation.  Information about next steps will be sent to you via email once this process is completed.  This will include instructions on how to activate your CUNYfirst account and self-register for courses, as well as information on how to access academic advisement assistance.  You will need to submit your deposit or waiver and immunization records to the College before registration can begin.

7. Attend Orientation

You will be eligible to register upon completion of your transfer credit evaluation. Information about next steps will be sent to you once this process is completed. This will include instructions on how to activate your CUNYfirst account and self-register for courses, as well as information on how to access academic advisement assistance. You will need to submit your seat deposit or waiver and immunization records to the College before registration can begin.

Spring 19-Transfer Student Orientation will begin late January.  

The first day of class is January 25.

Fall 19-Transfer Student Orientation will begin late August.  

The first day of class is TBD.