Advising

Resources contains a variety of information useful to both prospective and current art students. Visit the page for information about scholarships and links to financial aid, graduation check forms, the academic calendar, DegreeAudit, etc. 

GPA Policy

All students who declared an art major after Spring 2009 must maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or higher in order to remain in the major. Please read the details here.

Degree Audit

DegreeAudit is a new and very useful tool available on the CUNY Web Portal. DegreeAudit lists the classes a student has taken and identifies classes needed for graduation. Log-in with your CUNY account. Please be advised that DegreeAudit is still being updated and may not reflect past degree requirements. 

Faculty

The Art Department has a full-time Academic Advising Specialist available Monday through Friday in the Art Office. In addition, full-time faculty is available to advise students regarding major requirements and career goals. Contact the Art Office for faculty office hours.

Contact: Suerynn Lee 

Undergraduate Major Codes

These codes are used to identify a student’s major when filling out a major registration card. Students must meet with a faculty advisor prior to submitting a major registration card.

  • BA in Art Major code: 111
  • Studio art concentration code: 101
  • Art history concentration code: 100
  • Teaching Art concentration code: 102
  • Digital Design concentration code: DGTLDSN
  • Photography Concentration code: PHOTOGRPHY
  • BFA in Electronic Design & Multimedia code: EDM 

Graduation Check Forms

Students should fill out a graduation check form (see below) prior to meeting with a faculty member for advisement. Students who entered CCNY prior to FA05, have the option of continuing to follow the old curriculum and should use the appropriate form.

Students desiring advisement on the general education requirements should contact an advisor in the Office of Humanities. 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: CCNY is closely monitoring reports involving COVID-19 and any implications for the campus community.

There will be no classes from March 12 to March 18. Beginning March 19, classes will move to online instruction. For more information about specific offices/programs, please click here.

For access to digital resources, please visit the CCNY Library.

If you have elected to self-quarantine, please inform CCNY at 212-650-8801 and/or at 212-650-7682.

Art Department specific information and resources will be added as they are being developed and become available.