Spring 2017 Registration: open now until Wednesday, January 18th
Below is an electronic registration form. Please fill this out and submit. You may
drop off your check or money order in the office 4414 during registration hours.
See below for Registration hours.
You can also mail your tuition check or money order to the address below:
Cuny Graduate School
LRP Room 4414
365 5th Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10016
All checks or money orders should be made out to 'CUNY Graduate School'.
Your registration is not complete until your tuition payment is received.
If you wish to bring your tuition payment in person, these are the office hours:
Thursday, December 29th: 2pm - 6pm
Friday, December 30: 2pm - 6pm
Tuesday, January 3 - Wednesday, January 18: 2pm - 6pm
If these dates and times do not work for you, you are welcome to schedule an appointment via email: email@example.com
Please consider that frequently classes close before registration ends in order to keep classes small: eight to ten students for a Level I course and no more than seven students for a Level II course.
You are not enrolled in a course until the tuition payment is received. To register, go to the 'tuition' page to find tuition information and see below for the registration form to be submitted electronically.
- Cuny students, in order to qualify for the in-house tuition fee, need to submit proof of matriculation. Proof of matriculation is satisfied by various documents including a b/w photo copy of a Cuny system student ID-card.
Registration is open to everyone.
The registration process is as follows:
1) Complete the form below and submit it.
2) Make payment of tuition in the form of a check or money order made out to CUNY GRADUATE CENTER. (For tuition amounts, see here) Please make sure the student's name is on the check or money order.
3) If you are paying the CUNY rate, provide proof of matriculation. A b/w copy of your CUNY-ID card is acceptable.
Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis, based on completed registrations. Some classes fill up and if that happens, you will be placed on a waiting list.
More rarely, some classes that are initially offered are withdrawn due to insufficient registration. If you do not get into a course for which you attempted to register, you will be offered a place in another course or you will receive a full refund of your tuition payment.
The LRP offers language examinations only to students registered for a course.
Several days before classes begin, you will be notified of the class room number of your particular class.
Please visit this website in the beginning of December for information regarding textbooks for your class.