Prior to registration, all new students must demonstrate basic skills proficiency by taking the CUNY Placement Tests in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics. The Testing Center notifies students by mail when these tests (given several times during late fall, spring, and summer semesters) are scheduled.
For more information about these tests, refer to the “Academic Requirements, Regulations and Policies” section of this Catalog.
The Enrollment Office notifies new or First-Time Freshmen students of orientation and registration by mail or email. Academic Advisement counselors are present during orientation and registration to assist students with the appropriate selection of courses based on students’ individual academic background and Basic Skills Placement Test scores.
Students who are in good academic standing can apply for readmis- sion during select times. Students seeking readmission must visit the Admissions Office to inquire about the final dates to file readmission applications for the upcoming semester. In order to be readmitted, students are mandated to settle any outstanding debts.
Students entering the College on an advanced standing basis and whose advanced standing credits have been evaluated are notified when to register for classes upon posting of credit evaluation in CUNYfirst.
Registration for continuing students is ongoing via CUNYFirst during the registration period. Continuing students may have a “Stop” placed on their records; therefore, delays in registration are probable. Students should check CUNYFirst for the status of their records.
Academic Review & Appeal Committee
The Academic Review & Appeal Committee (ARAC) at Medgar Evers College is tasked with the review and deliberation of all student petitions for reinstatement to the College, who are not in good academic standing and subsequently are ineligible to continue with their academic degree pursuits at MEC. In order to promote a thorough and holistic evaluation of all student petitions, ARAC is comprised of faculty members representing each of our academic schools, staff members from each academic advising unit, as well as the Financial Aid, Admissions and Registrar offices. The Committee meets at least twice during the fall and spring semesters.
All student petitions for reinstatement and supporting documentation must be submitted as hard copies to the designated offices below: ASAP Students (718) 804-8206 S-204
SEEK Students (718) 270-4970 S-205
Students under 30 credits
(718) 270-4960 S-220
Students with 30+ credits
(718) 270-5170 S-220
Any issues or concerns regarding the petition for reinstatement process may be directed to the attention of the ARAC Chair Kirt Robinson, located in the Academic Advising Center, email: ARAC@ mec.cuny.edu.
CUNYFirst Registration CUNYFirst and the CUNY Portal
CUNYFirst (City University of New York Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool) is a website that allows students to register for courses, view semester class schedules and grades, access transcripts, view and/or pay their tuition, view financial awards, if applicable, and update mailing address information.
How to Access
Click on First-Time Users, then follow onscreen directions.
Student Email allows Medgar Evers College students to send and receive email, receive College-wide news, updates and other informative information from The City University of New York.
To access your account, you must visit the Medgar Evers College website at www.mec.cuny.edu.
Click the icon that reads Student E-mail.
On the page that follows, click the link which reads Student E-mail.
A log-in screen will appear.
In the area that reads User Name type your first. name.last name of your student email. i.e. john.smith@student. mec.cuny.edu like this: john.smith.
Your password will be your date of birth in reverse YYYYMMDD, i.e. if your date of birth is June 7, 1977 then your password will look like this 19770607.
If you are unable to gain access, and do not have an account, please visit Academic Computing, Room B-2014; 1650 Bedford Avenue.