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As the first step in the registration process, ALL students must meet with an advisor in the Office of Student Services.
Each student should have at least 4 contacts with their Advisor during the semester. Contacts include emails, phone calls, classroom visits, and appointments. The nature of each meeting is as follows:
When you complete advisement you will be pre-registered, pending final approval from the Registrar. You will receive a class schedule in the mail once your final registration is completed. A billing statement will be sent shortly thereafter.
The way to make this happen is to come in early for advisement. Completing your advisement before the deadline is the best way to:
Ensure that you are ready to begin classes on the first day of the new semester. Together we’ll plan your course schedule and prepare you to continue to work towards your degree.
You can walk into Student Services at any time during operating hours. If you wish, you can also schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor. We highly recommend that you come in for advisement as early as possible.
Academic Adjustment for Students with Disabilities
MCNY is committed to complying with The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 - Section 504, in providing reasonable accommodations in its academic programs, thus insuring maximum participation by all students with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations and academic assistance are provided to MCNY students with disabilities registered with the Office of Student Services. Students with disabilities must complete a Request for Academic Adjustment Application Form available from the Student Services Office.
Documentation of disability from a qualified medical or other licensed practitioner is required at this time. Specific guidelines for disability documentation are available from the Student Services Office. Accommodations are individually determined according to documented need. To apply for special accommodations, or to request more information, please contact Saidia Jacobs, Coordinator of Student Support and Development at Sjacobs@mcny.edu, in the Office of Student Services.
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