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The transcript must be sent directly to University Application Processing Center from the high school in a sealed, school-issued envelope. If you are currently attending or have graduated from a Missionary or other American private school, your school must meet CUNY standards for school accreditation.
If your high school does not meet accreditation standards, you will be required to take the High School Equivalency test. See the High School Equivalency section below. Educational records in a language other than English must be accompanied by an official word-for-word translation on business letterhead.
Online and Correspondence Schools CUNY does not accept diplomas from any non-public correspondence, online or virtual high school. Students from these schools must successfully complete a high school equivalency examination to be considered for admission to a CUNY college.
This will allow us to review your entire record as a home-schooled student within the context of the academic requirements as outlined above.
If you are a New York State resident who received home schooling, a transcript outlining all completed coursework with grades earned is required. You must also submit a letter from the superintendent of your school district or comparable chief school administrator certifying that you have completed the equivalent of a New York State four-year high school program through home schooling.
If you are a senior who is currently completing a home-school program, you must submit a letter from the superintendent of your school district certifying that you are currently completing a program that is equivalent to a NYS four-year high school program.
Upon completion, please submit a letter verifying that you have successfully completed the program. If you cannot obtain the letter from the high school district, you must obtain a High School Equivalency diploma.
If you are an out-of-state resident who received home-schooling, a state-issued diploma is required. If you have not obtained a state-issued diploma, you must obtain your High School Equivalency diploma.
See our English Translation Guidelines. Once the problem is resolved, we will then be able to electronically retrieve your transcript. Dates of enrollment, courses taken and marks, grades or ratings in each subject. Institutional grading scale or other standard s of evaluation. Recent signature and date by a school official and must include an original institutional seal.
Documents certified by a notary public, translator or commissioner of oaths. Photocopies or other duplications of a record such as notarized copies, faxed or scanned documents. Documents by a university must be official in order to be considered.
Applicants educated outside the United States may opt to have their transcripts evaluated by the University Application Processing Center of CUNY or to have them evaluated by one of the evaluation services listed below: We will only accept evaluations that are sent directly from the evaluation service to UAPC.
UAPC will make the final decision regarding evaluations and admission recommendations.
If you opt to have your records evaluated by UAPC, we require: Copies of complete secondary school record Secondary school graduation diploma Any external examination certificates earned If the documents were not issued in English, we require a word-for word- translation as well.
All translations must meet the following conditions: Complete and literal word-for-word with no attempts to interpret or evaluate the credential Prepared in same format as the original document Typed on business or school letterhead stationery Signed by a translator attesting to familiarity with the foreign language Official translations may be obtained from the following: Consulate or embassy of the country that is issuing the document Translation agency Immigrant or refugee association in the U.
If you have completed more than one year of full-time university-level studies, we need the following: We will only accept evaluations that are sent directly from the evaluation service.College Deadlines: Each college may have a different deadline.
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