Graduate Checklist

Graduate Checklist

Congratulations on your admission to the Graduate NYPD Leadership Program.  Please refer to the checklist below to begin registering for the Fall 2017 semester:

1.  IMMUNIZATION RECORDS:  

Students may not register until the immunization records are received.  If you attended a CUNY college within the past 10 years, you are not required to resubmit your immunization records.  You may access CUNYfirst to determine if you are required to submit your immunization records.  If you do not have an Immunization Record hold, you may begin registering by skipping to step 2, to activate your CUNYfirst account.

If you are required to submit your immunization records, you may click here.  You may fax the records to the Wellness Center at 212-237-8026.  Please follow-up with the Wellness Center to confirm receipt at 212-237-8053.  

Acceptable proof of immunity may include:

  • Immunization cards from childhood (yellow card), signed and stamped
  • Immunization records from college, high school or other schools you attended
  • Signed and stamped immunization record from your health care provider or clinic
  • Students born after 1994 who were raised in New York City can check the Citywide Immunization Registry for their records by calling 311
  • Copy of lab report, (also known as titer or serology), showing immunity to measles, mumps and rubella
  • Proof of honorable discharge from the armed services within 10 years from the date of application will enable the student to attend school pending actual receipt of the immunization records from the armed services 

 

2.  ACTIVATE CUNYFIRST ACCOUNT: 

All students are required to register online via CUNYfirst.  CUNYfirst gives students access to register for classes, view schedule and grades, etc.  You may activate your CUNYfirst account by clicking here and clicking on “New User” and following the prompts.  Once you successfully complete this process, an 8-digit EMPL ID (CUNY ID) will be generated.  Your EMPL ID will be used in lieu of your social security number.

3.  REGISTER FOR CLASSES: 

Students interested in enrolling in a master's degree program, are encouraged to register for the courses that will apply to their desired degree program (visit the Applicability of Courses to Degree Program to learn more).  Students not interested in enrolling in a master's degree program, are encouraged to register for the required courses (CRJ 810, CRJ 738 and CRJ 742), with the choice of one elective (CRJ 748 or PAD 706).  

Students with questions regarding registration may contact the NYPD Leadership Program Director, Christel Lytwyn at clytwyn@jjay.cuny.edu or the NYPD Leadership Administrative Assistant, Rockel Corbett at rcorbett@jjay.cuny.edu

To begin registering, refer to the schedule below and conduct the following steps:

  • Log into CUNYfirst via https://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu
  • From the Enterprise Menu, select the “HR/Campus solutions” link
  • Click on “student center” (located on the first row under “self service”, 2nd rubric)
  • On the page in the section, click the “enroll” link
  • Select the term “Fall 2017”
  • Click “continue”
  • Enter the 5-digit class number within the “enter class” Nbr box
  • Click “enter”
  • Click “next”
  • To add another class, enter the 5-digit class number for the next class, then click the “proceed to step 2 of 3” button
  • Verify that the classes are correct.  If they are correct, click the “finish enrolling” button
  • You may view your schedule by clicking on “my class schedule”
 
**If you are having technical difficulties, please contact the Help Desk at 212-237-8200**
 

4.  EMAIL ACCOUNT SETUP

Click here to access your John Jay student email account.  John Jay College will be communicating with you using your new John Jay email account.  You may forward your John Jay emails to your personal email or change your “primary” email on CUNYfirst. If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please contact the Help Desk at 212-237-8200.  

IMPORTANT NOTE:  You will receive an email to pick up your textbooks five days prior to the start of classes.  Students who did not activate their John Jay student email will not receive the textbook information.