Admissions:: Undergraduate Degrees & Programs
At the Grove School of Engineering we produce more than just great engineering — we produce great, well rounded thinkers and problem solvers. Our programs are unique in the fact that they have both an extensive core of humanities coupled with rigorous engineering and technical course work. Our students and their future employers agree that this coupling produces a graduate who is perfectly prepared to meet the challenges of being and engineer.
Getting into the Grove School of Engineering
The most important fact about getting into The City College Grove School of Engineering is also the most obvious one: first you have to get into The City College. A brief rundown of the required steps are provided here, together with an idea of what's supposed to happen as you perform the steps and what to do if it doesn't happen. The process begins with obtaining, filling out, and returning an application form, but that's not where it ends. What happens next depends to a great extent on whether you're a matriculated or non-matriculated student:
A matriculated student is a student who is taking courses in order to obtain a college degree at The City College.
A non-matriculated student is a student who is taking courses for any other reason.
What happens, though, if you want to be an engineer and you're admitted to The City College but not to the Grove School of Engineering? Don't worry. See a Grove School of Engineering advisor as soon as possible; we'll tell you what you have to do to get in and what courses to take in the meantime.
Details on obtaining an application form are provided through the links in the sidebar. Please read through all the information carefully and contact us with any questions.
Grade Point Average (GPA) & Quality Point Accumulation (QPA)
CUNY Proficiency Exam (CPE) Dismissal
CUNY/ACT Basic Skills Test in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics
Program Requirement Changes
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