Steps to Enroll
Office of Admissions
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
Mon: 9AM - 5PM
Tues: 9AM – 5PM
Wed: 9AM - 5:45PM
Thur: 9AM - 5PM
Fri: 9AM - 5PM
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FALL 2014 NEWLY ACCEPTED FRESHMAN CHECKLIST
Congratulations! Now that you have been admitted, there are a few steps that you need to take in order to confirm your enrollment and begin the process of becoming a John Jay College student this fall.
Accepted Student Events: The Office of Student Transition Programs offers a variety of events for newly accepted students. Information about upcoming events is available on their site. These events are a great opportunity for you to learn more about John Jay College, meet other John Jay College accepted students, and begin your transition to college life.
Enrollment Information Form: Please complete this online form when it is sent to you. It provides us with important information regarding your registration and advising needs. This is also where eligible students request a seat deposit waiver. Eligibility is determined by veteran status, certified SEEK status, and/or financial need.
Seat Deposit: To confirm your plans to enroll your deposit may be submitted by check or money order, along with the Student Seat Deposit Form to: John Jay College, Office of Admissions, 524 West 59th Street, Suite L.64.00, New York, NY 10019.
Math Placement Test Information: You will receive a letter from the CUNY Testing Office notifying you of the date and time of the CUNY Assessment Test in Mathematics. The purpose of this test is to determine your placement into a math course. It is highly suggested that students prepare for the test by reviewing sample questions. It is important to take this test as soon as possible in order to begin the advisement and registration process. If you need to reschedule, contact the Testing and Evaluation Office at 212-237-8108 or email email@example.com with “Fall 2014 Freshman” in the subject line. If you live outside of the New York City area, please contact the office to reschedule a testing time that is convenient for you and your family.
Immunization Requirements: Before you register for classes, you will need to submit the immunization form to the Office of Admissions, 524 West 59th Street, Room L.64.00. The Health Office will review the documents and contact you directly if any additional information is required.
Financial Aid: If you have not yet applied for financial aid, please read the financial aid section below. Please note that you will need to complete your FAFSA application (Select 2014-2015 FAFSA) to determine financial aid eligibility. John Jay College FAFSA school code is 002693. Our New York State TAP code is 1414.
Housing: John Jay College provides a Residence Life Program at The New Yorker. For information about housing options and the application process, please go to www.jjay.cuny.edu/housing .
NYS Residency Determination: Determination for New York State Residency is based on the information provided on your application. You may qualify for the resident tuition rate if you are a US citizen or permanent resident and you have continuously maintained a residence in New York State for a period of at least twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding the first day of classes. Additional information regarding residency status is available on the residency and in-state tuition webpage.
Email Account: You will be sent information on how to set up your John Jay College email account in late spring. Upon completing the enrollment process, John Jay College will be communicating with you exclusively through your John Jay College student email address. If you have any questions or problems with your John Jay College student email account, please contact the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) Helpdesk at 212-237-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisement and Registration: You will receive an invitation to attend a freshman advisement and registration session. Please note, you will need to submit your Seat Deposit and Immunization Form prior to registration.
Freshmen Orientation: Freshman Orientation will be held on August 19th and 20th. An invitation will be sent to you and we will ask you to confirm your attendance. The first day of class is August 28th.
Proof of High School Graduation: Please present your original high school diploma to the Admissions Office as soon as possible. Wallet-sized diplomas cannot be accepted. You will need to complete this step before the first day of classes.
Freshman Year Experience Academic Programs: John Jay offers several programs for first-year students to ease your transition to college. To learn more about these programs, visit the First Year Experience website.
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
After you have completed the FAFSA Application, check your personal email for your Student Aid Report (SAR). Download the Student Aid Report (SAR) and read it carefully. If the Student Aid Report (SAR) states that you need to verify information that you entered on the FAFSA, you will need to submit the required documentation in addition to your income documentation. Below is a list of acceptable income documentation that you will need to submit along with the 2014 – 2015 Verification Form. Submit documentation in person to Jay Express Services Center. For office hours visit here.
1) Tax filers (student and/or parent) who did not use IRS Data Retrieval at initial FAFSA filing or through the FOTW correction process must provide an IRS transcript for 2013.
2) Social Security award letter for 2013 (Form 1099).
3) Public Assistance (PA) budget letter dated 2013, listing all family members in the case.
4) Veteran’s benefits award letters for 2013.
5) Pension award notices for 2013.
6) Birth or baptismal certificates for siblings not listed on tax returns or PA budget letter.
To download 2014-2015 Verification Form, go to www.jjay.cuny.edu, click on The Jay Stop, click Money Matters, choose Getting Financial Aid, scroll down to Financial Aid Forms and click on either 2014-2015 Dependent or Independent Verification.
You can use the Financial Aid Estimator to find out the kind of financial aid you may expect. You can find the link for the Financial Aid Estimator on the “Getting Financial Aid” website. For more Financial Aid information, you should click on Financial Aid TV.