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To qualify, students must have made New York State their principal place of abode for at least 12 consecutive months and resided in the City of New York for at least 6 consecutive months immediately prior to the first day of classes. New York State residents who are not city residents, must obtain a Certificate of Residence from their County Clerk’s Office prior to registering. To obtain a Certificate of Residency, please submit an application (Affidavit) to your County Treasurer's Office.
To obtain a Certificate of Residence:
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Important Message: Students must refer to their county for specific rules and application deadlines. In addition, Residency Certificates EXPIRE; they are only valid for 1 year.Students will NOT be permitted to register without a Certificate of Residency on file.
New York City residents who are 60 years old or older are granted a tuition waiver. However, must pay a $65.00 administrative fee per session and a $15.00 consolidated service fee per semester. If a senior citizen is enrolled for both session I and session II, the $65.00 administrative fee will be incurred separately for each session. In addition, senior citizens will be responsible for any penalty fee they incur such as a late registration fee, change of program fee, etc. Please refer to the above tuition and fees chart for a full list of fees.
Students Fees: These are non-refundable fees each semester/session.
Full-Time Students (12 Tuition units or more)
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Students Fees: These are non-refundable fees each semester of registration.
Part-Time Students (Less than 12 Tuition units)
Non-Instructional Fees (Non-Refundable)
STUDENTS: 1098T NoticePlease review your 1098T notice on
the Student Self-Service page as we have made a number of corrections
made to 1098T forms since it was mailed to you earlier in the year.A
copy of the revised 1098T is available in Student Self Service. If you
spot a discrepancy when reviewing your 1098T on Self-Service, please
contact us immediately at 718-482-7226, by email, email@example.com
or you can visit us at the Bursar's office located in room C-110. If
required, an updated form will be available on the 1098T Self-Service
section once the discrepancy is resolved.
IMPORTANT NOTE: 1098T forms have been mailed out. 1098T forms will be mailed to the current address we have on file on your CUNYfirst account. Please make sure you have the correct address on file to ensure you receive your 1098T in a timely manner.
A 1098T form is issued to students who make payments on their tuition and fees within a calendar year. Payments made for prior calendar year semester are NOT included on a current 1098T form. Students who have financial aid, grants, scholarships, etc will only receive a 1098T when they pay an amount in excess of these funds towards their tuition.
To learn to how to access your 2012 1098-T Click here
1098-T Form Box Descriptions