Room A-101, Ext. 5136
The Registrar’s Office maintains academic records for all students and is responsible for the registration of students into classes after they have been admitted to the college. A prerequisite to attend classes is the completion of registration each term, following instructions from the Registrar’s Office. Students who do not receive information about a registration appointment by the start of announced registration periods should immediately contact the Registrar’s Office. No student is considered registered until all appropriate forms are filed with the Registrar’s Office and tuition and fees are paid.
The following services performed by the Registrar’s Office are available upon application:
- Advanced Standing Evaluation of Transfer Credit*
- Certification of enrollment to outside agencies
- Change of:
- Address, name and/or social security number
- Curriculum (Plan)*
- Matriculation Status (Degree/Non-Degree)*
- Session (Day to Evening/Evening to Day)*
- Final Examinations–Conflicts/Makeups*
- Permit to attend other CUNY colleges; see CUNY Portal for filing dates
- Records access
- Withdrawal from college and/or course(s)*
*The latest Academic Calendar, with information on filing dates and deadlines, is available on the college’s website.
Change of Curriculum (Plan)
For any curriculum/plan change, except Emergency Medical Service/Paramedic, Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, Polysomnographic Technology, and Surgical Technology* which have special admission requirements, students must file the appropriate form in the Registrar’s Office following the deadline dates on the Academic Calendar.
The new curriculum goes into effect the term following the student’s application. The most recent information on college policy, and all proper forms for a change of plan or change of session, is available in the Registrar’s Office.
*Please refer to the Department and Course Descriptions section for further information
Kingsborough Permit-Out Students
Kingsborough students may submit a permit request online using their CUNYfirst Student Self-Service. Applications must be filed well in advance of the deadline date established by the other CUNY college (host college) since several areas must approve the permit. Students who register and subsequently cancel their permits without deleting their course(s) at the CUNY host college are subject to penalty grades. These students may also be subject to tuition liability for the permit course(s). Kingsborough students on permit to another CUNY college will pay tuition for the permit course(s) at Kingsborough. For more information, go to http://www.kbcc.cuny.edu/sub-registration/office_of_registrar/Pages/e-permit.aspx