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General Permit Information

There are two types of permits:

e-Permit Application
This application may be used only for obtaining permission to take a course at another CUNY school and may be filed only through the CUNY Portal at http://www.cuny.edu/. For further e-Permit information, please click on the link http://www.qc.cuny.edu/registrar/e_permit_information.  
 
Non-CUNY Permit Application
This application may be used only for the purpose of obtaining permission to take a course at a non-CUNY school. To download a non-CUNY permit application, please click on the link http://www.qc.cuny.edu/registrar/Pages/DownloadableForms.aspx.
 
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Filing Dates
Permit applications must be submitted during the registration period for the term in which you intend to take the course. PLEASE FILE ON TIME BECAUSE RETROACTIVE PERMITS ARE NOT ISSUED.
 
Stop/Hold Information
If you have a "negative service indicator" (stop or hold) on your record, you must clear it with the office that placed it before you can apply for a permit.
 
Restrictions
  • Undergraduate students may take a maximum of 18 credits during the spring or fall semester; 11 credits may be taken during the summer session.

  • Graduate students may take a maximum of 15 credits during the spring or fall semester; 11 credits may be taken during the summer session.

If you wish to exceed the credit load for a particular term, you must obtain permission from one of the following offices:

  • Undergraduate Scholastic Standards Committee (for undergraduates)
    Location: Frese Hall, Room 201

  • Graduate Scholastic Standards Committee (for graduate students)
    Location: Kiely Hall, Room 139A
 
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 Office Information

 
Office: Jefferson Hall, 1st floor
Phone: 718-997-4400
Fax:    718-997-4439
 
Office Hours with a referral from the One Stop Service Center are:
         Mon-Fri - 9:00am - 5:00pm



     



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