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MCNY Undergraduate Admissions
The MCNY undergraduate admissions process begins a journey where you'll find your purpose, learn from top leaders in the fields and gain the hands-on experience you need to make an immediate impact on your career and community.
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Whatever you're passionate about - from business and emergency services to human services and healthcare management - MCNY has an accelerated, flexible program designed to help you earn your degree while you live your life.
Ready to get started? Apply now. But before you do, review our undergraduate admissions requirements to see if MCNY is the right fit for you. Want to know more before you apply? Attend one of our events, request more information or contact an MCNY admissions counselor at email@example.com.
Undergraduate Academic Requirements
What you should know.
Before you apply to MCNY, review what's required to be considered for admission to one of our undergraduate programs.
- A completed application for admission.
- Official high school transcript.
- Transfer Students: Official college transcripts from all schools attended.
An admissions interview will follow and it will be determined if you will be required to sit for MCNY's entrance exam. The determination will be made on one of the following:
- High school grade point average (GPA)
- GED scores
- SAT scores if you are a recent high school graduate. (The CEEB code for MCNY is 2157). Test must have been taken within the past five years.
- If you are a transfer student and have proof that you completed a college-level English and Mathematics course with a grade of “C” or better.
PLEASE NOTE: : Proof of immunizations - New York State Public Health Law 2165 requires all students born on or after January 1, 1957 to supply proof of immunizations from measles, mumps, and rubella prior to registration.
Metropolitan College of New York has access to the New York Citywide Immunizations Registry (CIR) and can look up to see if accepted students have immunizations on record with the City. If not, MCNY does have a nurse on staff who can administer the immunizations free of charge. Please contact the office for more information.
All admission documents become the property of the college and are not to be copied for release to students or third parties.
Applications may be submitted at any time. MCNY accepts students on a rolling admission basis for the three terms per year:
- Fall semester begins immediately following Labor Day.
- Spring semester begins the first week of January.
- Summer semester begins in late April/Early May.
Have a question about these requirements or MCNY? Email an admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you an international student?
Review our international undergraduate student admission requirements.