- Enroll – action is selected when you want to add a course.
- Drop – action is selected when you want to remove (or withdraw) from a course. Make sure to consult the Academic Calendar for drop and withdrawal date
- Swap – action is used to exchange one course for another. This action will not allow the first course to drop unless the second course can be added. If the second course returns any error, the first course will not be dropped. This is the only way course changes should be attempted; doing so via individual enroll and drop actions can result in the loss of classes.
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Adding a class to your shopping cart does not hold an open seat. To complete the registration for each class as you select it, click “Enroll” after adding each class to your shopping cart. Repeat as necessary until you have completed your registration.
Schedule Builder is an application tool that enables students to plan and register for courses that meet their schedules and other needs. This application shows courses listed in the University’s course schedule (i.e., CUNYfirst) and allows students to select those courses based on desired time, location, availability and other factors.
Before logging into Schedule Builder, please review the Schedule Builder Glossary
Schedule Builder Access
- Log into Student Center through CUNYfirst with your credentials
- Click the “Launch Schedule Builder” link to access the Schedule Builder application. (Be sure to allow pop-ups in the browser).
- Once the application opens, Schedule Builder’s welcome page should appear.
- Next, Select the term in which you would like to search for classes directly on the welcome page.
Students who are currently enrolled in a degree program at a CUNY campus may register for CUNY SLU courses through ePermit. In many cases, CUNY SLU courses are considered equivalent to and may be substituted for courses in CUNY degree programs.
Who is eligible to use the ePermit approval request system?
- A matriculated student currently in attendance at a CUNY college (Home College)
- Undergraduate students with a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.00
- Graduate students with a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.00
- A student cannot have any holds on his/her record
- A student must meet all Home college registration requirements, such as completed immunization
- Newly admitted and continuing Macaulay Honors College and CUNY BA students with advisor approval
DegreeWorks is an online advisement tool for undergraduate students and their advisors that shows student progress toward completion of degree requirements. All currently registered CUNY SLUundergraduate students have a DegreeWorks account.DegreeWorks functions as a self-advisement tool that allows students to regularly track their degree progress as well as to plan for future registrations. Students will be able to see how specific College requirements have been met and what courses they need to take to fulfill the requirements that are remaining.
Undergraduate students will use their CUNY Login credentials on the “CUNY Login” page to log into DegreeWorks. Your CUNY Login credentials are your CUNYfirst firstname.lastname@example.org your CUNYfirst password. For additional information on “CUNY Login” visit the CUNY Login FAQ’s.For issues with access to DegreeWorks or for CUNY-wide applications and services, contact ITHelpdesk@slu.cuny.edu.
What is Readmission?
Readmission is the process for previously enrolled students at the School of Labor and Urban Studies who have discontinued their studies for more than one major semester (fall/spring). Keep in mind, all students interested in applying of readmission will be charged a non-refundable fee of $20. This fee must be paid to the Office of the Bursar.
What are the application steps for Readmission?
Before you apply for readmission, students should consider the following:
Students must resolve all holds their record before applying for readmission. The most common holds are financial (Bursar/ Financial Aid or Library) or academic (Satisfactory Progress) holds.
Students who hold an F-1 or J-1 visa must get in contact with the Office of International Students prior to applying for readmission.
Students who have stepped away from their program for 7 years or more must speak to the Registrar prior to applying for readmission. In some cases, the student will be required to re-apply to the program through the Office of Admissions.
Students who have reviewed the preliminary points above may submit their application.
- Students will fill out the form and submit their request. Be aware that submitting the form below does NOT mean you were approved for your readmission request.
- Students will receive a notification informing them of the next steps in the process.
- All requests will be forwarded to the Office of the Registrar.
- Students will be notified of their Programs decision via email
- If your request is approved, the Office of the Registrar will process the request and notify you via email of your registration date and time.
Your completed readmission application must be submitted on or prior to the deadline posted on the Academic Calendar.