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Academic Advisement and Registration Spring 2015

- Academic advisement & registration
- Search for classes
- Financial aid & registration (PDF)

- Final exam schedules Fall 2014
- No classes scheduled Nov. 26 to Nov. 30. Administrative offices closed.
- Incomplete grades earned for Spring or Summer 2014 expire Dec. 20. Submit your missing coursework to the instructor before these deadlines to avoid changing an I to IF
- Apply for May 2015 graduation by Feb. 13, 2015. Students must apply online at NYITConnect.

- Catalogs 2014-2015
- Course descriptions



Current Students - How to Register

Steps for Advisement and Registration

Current Students Students who were in attendance during Spring 2014 or Fall 2014 semesters, please follow these instructions (other students please follow instructions for New Students or Former Students):

  1. Know your Holds: You will be prevented from registering if you have holds or have not submitted all of your admissions and financial aid documents to the college. You can check your holds by visiting NYITConnect. Please resolve all outstanding holds before attempting to register.
     
  2. Print your Academic Advisement Report: Log in to NYITConnect and access the Academic Advisement Report application.
     
  3. Print a Registration Form (PDF). 
     
  4. Print your Semester Map: Semester Maps are an example of the semester-by-semester sequence of courses a student in the selected major might take in order to complete all the required credits.
     
  5. Meet with a Peer Advisor to prepare for advisement. Peer Advisors hold regular office hours in the Old Westbury (PDF) and Manhattan (PDF) campuses. They are available to help you review your curriculum requirements, choose possible course options, and prepare important questions for your academic advisor, which will be recorded on an Advisement Preparation Form. Peer Advisors can also assist you with registration process, showing you how to select courses and register online. 
     
  6. Meet with your Academic Advisor to have your course selections approved. View the advisor schedules to find out their office hours. It is a good idea to bring a copy of your academic advisement report and registration form when you meet with your advisor. Your advisor will approve your courses by signing the registration form and opening your online registration record. Your online registration record must be opened or you will not be able to register online. If you have any questions or concerns about advisement, visit the Advising and Enrichment Center.  
     
  7. Prepare your Schedule Online: Search for Classes is an up-to-the-minute resource that lists all available classes and the total remaining seats in each course section. The Schedule Planner (formerly called Class Scheduler) is an online automated class scheduling tool on NYITConnect. It matches your course information and scheduling preferences to arrange potential class schedules. If you have any questions, be sure to see a Peer Advisor on your campus.
     
  8. Register for Classes: Log in to NYITConnect and select Enroll under the Academics section. If you have any questions, be sure to see a Peer Advisor on your campus. If you are unable to register online, bring your signed registration form to the Student Solutions Center.     
     

Important Registration Information

  • Session Dates:
    Spring 2015
    Intersession              01/05/15 - 01/17/15
    Cycle C                     01/20/15 - 03/12/15
    Cycle D                     03/23/15 - 05/14/15
    Regular Semester     01/20/15 - 05/16/15
     
  • Students attending Old Westbury, Manhattan, or online campuses can register online at NYITConnect. During the priority online registration period, students may register on their appointed dates only. During the open registration period, appointments are not required and students may register online 24/7, or on campus. If you plan to register on campus, please view our office hours (PDF).

    Academic advisement: Starts Nov. 3, 2014
    Priority online enrollment for Spring 2015: Nov. 10 - 20, 2014
    Open enrollment for Spring 2015: Starts Nov. 21, 2014

    It is important that students only register for courses required in their academic program and approved by an academic advisor. Students who plan to receive financial aid or loans must consider the federal and state regulations applied to courses. Read more about financial aid rules and registration (PDF).
     
  • Financial Aid: You are strongly encouraged to complete a financial aid application for 2014-2015 aid year as soon as possible. You must apply online at www.fafsa.gov if you are interested in obtaining financial aid. Please log in to myNYIT Portal  and visit NYITConnect to access your financial aid. For more information read financial aid disclosures (PDF), federal and state financial aid, or contact the Financial Aid Office at 516.686.7680 or 212.261.1590.  

  • Payment Options: Tuition for Spring 2015 classes is due on January 1, 2015. You may pay your Spring 2015 tuition at the point of registration or enroll in the Spring 2015 term tuition payment plan. Your first payment must be made to Higher One for your plan to be considered active. All Spring 2015 tuition and fees must be paid in full by January 1, 2015. For Spring 2015 registrations that occur on or after January 1, 2015, you will be required to pay 100% of your tuition and fees not covered by approved financial aid or the tuition payment plan. Students are encouraged to register prior to the first day of term to avoid a late registration fee.

    Payments can be made online via NYITConnect. Select Account Inquiry under the Finances section to make a payment. NYIT accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Please contact the Office of the Bursar at 516.686.7510 or via email at bursar@nyit.edu.
     
  • Housing: Housing is available for students for the 2014-2015 academic year. For more information and to complete a housing application, visit Residence Life.
     
  • Official Registration: Official registration in a course section is required in order to earn a grade for a class. Registration must be completed by the end of the change of program period (see Academic Calendar). Therefore, students who have not officially registered for a course section will not receive a grade retroactively. Students are not officially registered until all tuition and fees are satisfied. Attendance is not permitted in any class without official registration for that class.