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Academic Advisement and Registration for Fall 2014

- Academic advisement & registration
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- Final exam schedules Fall 2014
- The add/drop period for Fall 2014 ends Sept. 16. The withdrawal period for Fall 2014 starts Sept. 17. The W or WF grade can be assigned beginning Oct. 29. 
- Apply for Fall 2014 graduation by Sept. 26, 2014. Students must apply online at NYITConnect.
- No day classes scheduled on Columbus Day, Oct. 13. Evening classes meet.  Administrative offices closed.
- Incomplete grades earned for Cycle D 2014 expire Oct. 23. 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

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Reenrollment/Readmission of Former Students

  • Students who have been away from NYIT for one semester: Students who have stopped out of NYIT for one semester (not including summer) and who have not attended another institution do not need to apply for readmission. These students may return under the original catalog/curriculum of admission and must seek academic advisement from their major department. Contact the NYIT Student Solutions Center for additional information.
  • Students who have been away for one semester and who have attended another institution must visit the Office of Admissions to file an application for readmission along with any applicable processing fee and all the necessary supporting documentation (visit nyit.edu for more information). Students are required to present all transcripts for evaluation at the time of readmission in order to receive any applicable transfer credit for work completed at another institution and to ensure proper academic advisement, scholarship, and financial aid eligibility.
  • Students who have been away from NYIT for more than one semester: Former students of NYIT who have been away for more than one semester must visit the Office of Admissions to file an application for readmission along with any applicable processing fee and all the necessary supporting documentation. Students are required to present all transcripts for evaluation at the time of readmission in order to receive any applicable transfer credit for work completed at another institution and to ensure proper academic advisement, scholarship, and financial aid eligibility.

Once readmitted to the college, students must fulfill the curriculum requirements in effect at the time of their readmission. Students readmitted after a break of five years or less [undergraduates must be within 30 credits of degree completion too], may request approval to follow the program requirements in place at the time of their most recent admission/readmission. The academic dean responsible for the program will decide in this matter. Students readmitted after a break of more than five years [undergraduates must be within 30 credits of degree completion too], may request approval to follow the program requirements in place at the time of their most recent admission/readmission. The Vice President for Academic Affairs (or designee) will decide in this matter. In all cases, NYSED regulations will guide these decisions.