Certificate of Residency

In New York State, Out of New York City Tuition:

If you are a student who resides in New York State, but not in New York City, you may be eligible to be charged the CUNY In-City Tuition Rate.  The In-City Tuition rate ($2,596.45 per semester for full time enrollment 2017-2018) is considerably lower than the Non-City Resident Tuition Rate.

You must obtain a Certificate of Residence from your home county and bring it to the Bursars Office on the 3rd Floor of Guttman Community College as a condition of adjusting your charges to the In-City Rate of Tuition.

To obtain Certificate of Residence, click on one of the neighboring county links:

If your county is not shown, please contact your county directly, or call us for assistance in locating the county’s web page.

Follow the instructions to complete the Certificate of Residence application, which must be completed and sent to your county to obtain the certificate.  Please ensure the application is notarized or it will not be processed by the county.

Please note that a Certificate of Residence remains valid for one (1) year or as stipulated by the county.

It is your responsibility to ensure that a valid Certificate of Residence is on file at Guttman Community College before the first day of classes (September 7, 2017) for us to adjust your tuition charges.

To Review:
First Obtain a Certificate of Residence:

  1. Download the County Instructions and Application.
  2. Complete the request for a Certificate of Residence.
  3. Have the application form notarized.
  4. Present the notarized request, plus two items of proof of residency, to your local county clerk. The clerk will issue you a Certificate of Residency.

Then, bring the Certificate issued by the county clerk to the Bursars Office on the 3rd Floor of Guttman Community College before September 7, 2017.

Payment of your tuition for the Fall 2017 term is due before September 7, 2017. If you do not have the certificate at that time, please contact the Office of the Bursar to make arrangements.

If you have any questions regarding this, please call the Bursar at (646) 313-8142.