At Guttman, we appreciate the role of supporters in the college application process. If we could share two tidbits of advice for your students who are considering Guttman as their destination of choice, it would be to apply well in advance of the February 1st deadline and check email frequently. We look forward to having 450 new students join our college community in Fall 2018!
Our admissions process, which requires the completion of three steps, is designed to help your students make a well-informed decision.
APPLICANTS CAN TRACK THEIR PROGRESS ON THE GRIZZLYPATH, A PERSONALIZED ADMISSIONS PAGE. AS APPLICANTS SATISFY REQUIREMENTS, THEIR CHECKLIST WILL BE UPDATED.
Step 1: CUNY Application
Prospective students begin the application process by submitting CUNY’s Application for Freshman Admission. On the application, our curriculum codes are:
Step 2: Information Session
After your student submits a CUNY application, s/he will receive an email invitation to attend an information session where we provide an overview about our educational model. If your student would like to attend a session prior to applying, s/he can register here.
Step 3: Individual Meeting
Once your student attends an information session, s/he will receive an email invitation to register for an individual meeting. This final step provides a personalized opportunity for applicants to talk with a Guttman peer mentor and determine whether our college is the right fit.
Following your student’s acceptance to Guttman Community College, s/he must fulfill certain requirements in the period leading up to the first day of the academic semester. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions and Access.
Financial Aid Codes
Did you know that nearly six out of 10 full-time CUNY undergraduates attend tuition-free? As a college of The City University Of New York, Guttman Community College offers an exceptional value at an affordable price.
Over 75% of our students receive some sort of financial aid, including scholarships, grants, and loans. When applying for financial aid, your students should use the following codes.
Accept Offer of Admission
To secure enrollment, students who have been accepted to Guttman Community College must submit a commitment form and a non-refundable, non-transferable commitment deposit of $100.00*. This deposit will be applied to their tuition bill.
Payment must be submitted in the form of a check or money order. Make check payable to Guttman Community College. Cash will not be accepted. The deadline to submit the deposit is May 1, but students are encouraged to submit their deposit as soon as possible.
*Students who submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and are determined to have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) below $3,000 can request to waive the deposit.