Admissions & Aid
You can visit CUNY to apply online. This CUNY site requires you to register first, then you can fill out the application.
First-year student applicants will need to submit an official high school transcript, SAT score, and the application fee of $65 payable to the University Application Processing Center (UAPC).
You may find deadlines here.
Completed applications submitted after the deadline will be considered on a space-available basis.
If you do not have a high school diploma, Brooklyn College will accept your GED diploma with score.
Forward your documents to UAPC, PO Box 350136, Brooklyn, NY 11235.
International students should submit the application processing fee of $65 payable to UAPC, an official high school transcript (if the transcript is not in English, we will need a translation of your transcript word for word), copies of any mark sheets or exam certificates, and your TOEFL score if the native language is not English.
Visit our Scholarships Office for details.
You can apply for financial aid online.
No. However, you can learn more about Living in Brooklyn.
If the courses you took are equivalent to the courses offered at Brooklyn College, then you will receive credit for them. You must submit an official transcript from your high school to receive credit.
Yes. If you recently graduated from high school, you will need to submit your SAT score.
Brooklyn College looks at your high school average, SAT score, and/or GED score.
Brooklyn College looks for a score of at least 1000 on the SAT exam.
You will need to receive a score of 480 on the Critical Reading section and a 510 on the Math section in order to be exempt from the CUNY Skills Assessment Test.
If you were educated in the United States, you can apply directly to Brooklyn College by coming to the Admissions Office and submitting your application, fee, and transcripts. If you were educated abroad, you will have to apply to the University Application Processing Center (UAPC).
Yes! We encourage you to visit our campus. Once you register, you will be able to sign up for a date and time to visit campus.
If you were accepted to another CUNY school but do not wish to attend, you can fill out a Change of College Choice Form (pdf) with us. Once you complete the application, return it to our Admissions Office to see if you are eligible to attend.
You will need to contact our Readmissions Office, 718.951.5143.
You will have to wait until your GPA is 2.00 or better in order to apply to Brooklyn College.
Applicants who have been dismissed from another college for academic reasons are not admitted as transfer students.
We look for a TOEFL score of 500 on the paper-based exam and 173 on the computer-based exam. You can request that ETS forward your score to UAPC using the institution code 2950.
Brooklyn College offers many courses online. You will need to check the schedule of classes to see what is offered. Refer to our Course Schedules for more information.
You can request a package online.