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2016 College Enrollment Tip Sheets

by NYC College Line
05/18/16 Bookmark
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NYC College Line provides students and education professionals with answers to their college questions through expert advice and connections to local programs and events.

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Close to 60 college enrollment tip sheets for 2-year and 4-year CUNY colleges, SUNY colleges and a private universities, in New York, have been created by an alliance of college access organizations.

These matriculation guides are intended to provide students, families, mentors, and counselors with the information that students need to enroll in college successfully. The most common steps were identified that were necessary to register for college, and then each individual guide has specific school information.  While the templates are the same, the information for each changes.  

**IMPORTANT TIP**  In addition to using the appropriate college enrollment tip sheet, it is important that students remain in close contact with their intended college during the summer before they enroll - and that they regularly check their mail, their school email address and school portal account for incoming information.

If students are not receiving regular emails or letters from their college, they should contact the Admissions Office immediately.  Contact CollegeSuccess@imentor.org if there are any questions

 ALL STUDENT VIDEO TIPS FOR ENROLLING IN COLLEGE

 All 2016 Matriculation Guides


All 2016 CUNY Colleges

all 2016 CUNY 4-yr

all 2016 CUNY 2-yr


SUNY SCHOOLS
all 2016 Suny Colleges & Universities

All 2016 Suny 4-year 

All 2016 Suny 2-year

2 Comments

  • NYC College Line
    NYC College Line

    Hi NFerizgordon,

    We weren't able to update the University at Buffalo matriculation guide this year, but we'd recommend reviewing their New Student Checklist, http://orientation.buffalo.edu/checklist.php , and information about orientation, http://orientation.buffalo.edu/step1/index.php. Hope that helps!

  • NFerizgordon
    NFerizgordon

    Where is University at Buffalo?

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