Getting into the Grove School of Engineering
The most important fact about getting into the Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York is also the most obvious one: first you have to get into The City College. To apply, and for most admissions information, click here>>
If the Admissions Office cannot answer your engineering-specific questions, the Grove School's Office of Undergraduate Affairs, or the staff advisor listed there for the program you are interested in, may be able to help.
Successful freshman applicants to The Grove School of Engineering will have completed a college-preparatory high school program including the following high school courses:
n Minimum of three years of science (preference given to those who have taken physics and chemistry)
n Minimum of three years of mathematics (preference given to those who have taken PreCalculus or higher)
Overall high school average, grades in individual subjects and required standardized tests (SAT or ACT) are considered in admission decisions. All students must be prepared to begin taking mathematics at the calculus-level upon admission.
Transfer and Second-Degree Students
Students who have already taken college courses: The Grove School of Engineering welcomes transfer students from all over the world. For further information, click here>>
Skills Assessment Policy
As part of the admissions process to City College (in compliance with CUNY guidelines), students are required to demonstrate their competence in reading, writing, and mathematics. For details, click here>>