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Last Updated April 06, 2021

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Grades & Transcripts

Grades

Viewing Grades

Your grades can be accessed online at NYITConnect. If you are missing a grade for a course, contact your instructor or the academic department.

The NYIT Catalog provides information on official grades and their equivalent quality points.

Grades Affecting Financial Aid Eligibility

To remain eligible for financial aid, all students are required to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (view Undergraduate policy / Graduate policy) toward their degree. There are several grades other than A, B, C, D, or F that may also affect your financial aid eligibility. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

Disputing Grades

If you believe that you have received an incorrect grade, 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 or she will complete a change of grade form and send it along with the appropriate documentation to the chair of the department to sign. Once the form has been signed by the instructor and department chairs, it will be forwarded to the Office of the Registrar and the grade change will be processed.
  • If the instructor does not agree the grade should be changed – you may initiate a grade appeal. In order to timely commence such a challenge, a student must notify the instructor in writing no later than the third week of the succeeding semester that s/he wishes to challenge the grade. For assistance with the grade appeal procedure, please contact the Office of the Registrar on your campus.

Transcripts

Important information: Please be advised that there may be delays or disruptions processing transcript requests by institutions affected by the Coronavirus. Due to the evolving pandemic, there are also notable delays in U.S. and international mail delivery, and some international jurisdictions where mail cannot be delivered at all. Please visit the U.S. Postal Service for updates. We recommend selecting the electronic delivery option which will be processed within one business day.

Transcripts may be ordered online through the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC). Log in to NYITConnect via the my.NYIT Portal to order a transcript or, if you do not have access to the Portal you may order transcripts directly through NSC at getmytranscript.com. You may order an electronic transcript (PDF) or opt to receive a paper copy by mail.

The official New York Tech transcript includes all undergraduate and graduate academic work completed at New York Tech. Official paper transcripts are signed, impressed with the New York Tech official seal, and placed in a sealed envelope that will be sent directly to the recipient you indicate. Official electronic transcripts (PDFs) contain a digital signature, New York Tech's watermark seal, and Adobe blue ribbon certification. Electronic transcripts are intended for viewing purposes only and there will be a "Copy" watermark when printed on paper. To order your undergraduate/graduate transcript, choose "All/Undergraduate and Graduate" transcript type in your transcript order.

Order a College of Osteopathic Medicine Transcript

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The official NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine transcript includes academic work completed at the College of Osteopathic Medicine. College of Osteopathic Medicine transcripts must be sent to a school or company. They are not issued to students. Electronic transcripts are not available to College of Osteopathic Medicine students. To order your medical transcript, choose "Medical" transcript type in your transcript order. If you attended NYIT and the College of Osteopathic Medicine, you must request separate transcripts: one "All/Undergraduate and Graduate" and another one "Medical."

There is a $10.25 fee for each transcript ordered. The fee for electronic transcripts varies from $10.50 to $11.50 depending on the transcript recipient. New York Tech reserves the right to withhold transcripts until all financial obligations to the college have been satisfied. If you select the transcript processing option "After Degree Is Awarded" or "After Grades Are Posted" and subsequently incur charges, including those associated with your future registration, your transcript will be released only after your financial obligations are met.

Students who have access to NYITConnect on the my.NYIT Portal may view their grades online.

If you need assistance with ordering or paying for your transcript, including accessing the National Student Clearinghouse or NYITConnect, contact Office of the Registrar at registrar@nyit.edu or 516.686.7580.

Verify Enrollment and Degree

Enrollment records are available since Fall 1996 through the National Student Clearinghouse, NYIT's agent for verification of enrollment status.

Obtain an Enrollment Verification

  • If you have access to NYITConnect:
    Sign in and click on the Enrollment Verification link on the Student Center page. It will take you to the National Student Clearinghouse site. You may also print an advanced registration certificate showing your enrollment in a future semester. There is no fee associated with this service if you access it through NYITConnect.
  • If you do not have access to NYITConnect:
    Access the National Student Clearinghouse site directly. There is a fee charged for enrollment verification via direct access to the Clearinghouse site, which must be paid with a credit card.

Obtain Degree Verification

All students or former students who need to verify their degree must do so through the National Student Clearinghouse site. There is a fee, which must be paid with a credit card.

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