Apply As a Freshman

Apply As a Freshman

Submit your online application today by clicking below.  After submitting your online application, please refer to the Freshman Application Checklist below to complete your application process:



Step 1.  Completed online application

Applications must be completed and submitted online.

Step 2.  Submit your non-refundable application fee or waiver

Submit your non-refundable $65 application fee online with a credit or debit card. Students may submit an application fee waiver in lieu of the application fee, if provided by their high school counselor.  Military veterans may provide their DD 214 or a copy of their military identification card to waive their application fee.

Step 3.  Send all supporting documents to CUNY/UAPC

Send all supporting documents directly to the City University of New York (CUNY). Send standardized test scores (SAT and/or ACT) to 2950 and official high school transcript and/or GED to the address listed below:

General Freshman Admission
P.O. Box 350136
Brooklyn, NY 11235-0001

We currently do not accept a high school certificate or an Individualized Education Program (IEP) diploma. All incoming freshmen are required to obtain their diploma from an accredited high school, equivalency diploma, or from a United States Armed Forces Institute prior to the start of their first semester.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please do NOT send documents to John Jay College.  Sending documents to John Jay College will result in delaying your application.

Step 4.  Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Application (optional)

If you are applying for financial aid, you may begin submitting your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after submitting your online application.  Click here to start your FAFSA application.

Step 5.  Check Your Application Status

You will receive an admission decision 6 - 8 weeks after completing your application and submitting all supporting documents.  To check the status of your application and/or receipt of supporting documents, please visit or contact the City University of New York (CUNY) at 212-997-2869.