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Academic Advisement and Registration for Fall 2014

- Academic advisement & registration
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- Final exam schedules Fall 2014
- The add/drop period for Fall 2014 ends Sept. 16. The withdrawal period for Fall 2014 starts Sept. 17. The W or WF grade can be assigned beginning Oct. 29. 
- Apply for Fall 2014 graduation by Sept. 26, 2014. Students must apply online at NYITConnect.
- No day classes scheduled on Columbus Day, Oct. 13. Evening classes meet.  Administrative offices closed.
- Incomplete grades earned for Cycle D 2014 expire Oct. 23. Incomplete grades earned for Spring or Summer 2014 expire Dec. 20. Submit your missing coursework to the instructor before these deadlines to avoid changing an I to IF

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Grades and Transcripts

Grades

Grades can be viewed online at NYITConnect. If you are missing a grade for a course, contact your instructor.

If you believe that you have received an incorrect grade, you must contact the course instructor. Notify your instructor that you have a dispute with the grade you received and that you would like to request a change of grade. If the instructor agrees that the grade should be changed, he/she will process a change of grade form. The instructor will sign the form and send it along with the appropriate documentation to the chair of the department to sign. Once the instructor's and chairperson's signatures are obtained, the form is then sent to the Office of the Registrar for the grade change to be processed. If the instructor refuses to change your grade, you may initiate a grade appeal procedure (PDF) within one semester of receiving the grade. For assistance with the grade appeal procedure, please contact the Office of the Registrar on your campus.


 

Transcripts 

Students who have NYITConnect username and password can order their transcript online through NYITConnectThe transcript ordering service is available through the National Student Clearinghouse. Follow the instructions to order your transcript. 

Students who have no NYITConnect username and password can order their transcript by accessing the National Student Clearinghouse site directly. You will be required to mail, fax, or e-mail a signed consent form to the Clearinghouse.

Other options to order a transcript are:

  • Mail or fax a completed and signed Transcript Request Form (PDF) to the address or fax number of one of the campuses indicated in the form. If you order by e-mail, please send a scanned copy of your completed and signed transcript request form. You can also write an e-mail from your NYIT e-mail account and indicate the information listed in the form. 
  • Order your transcript in person at the Office of the Registrar at the Old Westbury or Manhattan campuses. Complete and sign Transcript Request Form (PDF). 

The official NYIT transcript includes all undergraduate and graduate academic work completed at NYIT. The official College of Osteopathic Medicine transcript includes professional academic work completed at College of Osteopathic Medicine.

If you attended NYIT and College of Osteopathic Medicine, you must request separate transcript types. To order your undergraduate/graduate transcript, choose "Complete/All" transcript type in your transcript order. To order your medical transcript only, choose "Medical" transcript type.

You can order an official transcript or unofficial one: 

  • Official transciripts, ordered for colleges or prospective employers, are signed, impressed with the NYIT's official seal, and placed in a sealed envelope that will be sent directly to the recipient you indicate 
  • Unofficial transcripts, ordered for personal use, are signed, impressed with the NYIT's official seal, and stamped "Unofficial Student Copy" 

Transcript fee is $10.00 each. Express delivery is available if you order your transcript online.

 

NYIT reserves the right to withhold transcripts and diplomas until all financial obligations including fees, fines, and security deposits to the college have been satisfied.