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|All new students must submit an Application for Admissions together with a non-refundable application fee. All students who wish to matriculate must have a high school diploma or equivalent and submit evidence of such. Applicants who do not have a high school diploma or equivalent may register as non-matriculated students (non-degree). All matriculating students born on or after January 1, 1957 who register for six or more credits, must provide written evidence of immunity against measles, mumps and rubella or receive an exemption for medical or religious reasons.
Prior to enrolling, applicants are invited to meet or call IDC to ask specific questions about the Institute and its programs. The telephone number is 718-855-3661.
Students who wish to transfer credits from another institution must submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges for course evaluation. Maximum transfer allowed is 12 credits.
Students who have extensive experience, especially in graphics classes, may apply for advanced placement. Advanced placement only waives a specific class or classes, but students must fulfill the Associate Degree program requirement of 72 credits. Maximum advanced placement allowed is 12 credits.
Students receive registration information before the beginning of each registration period. All students must register during the period indicated on the Institute's academic calendar. Registration procedures are the same for both degree candidates and non-matriculated students. Students are advised to register on a timely basis to avoid closed classes and late registration fees. All applicants must fill out and sign the Enrollment Agreement. In order to validate registration, a non-refundable registration fee must be submitted with the total semester's tuition. Re-enrolling students registering during the posted late registration period must include an additional late registration fee. New students are not subject to the late registration fee. Returning matriculated students registering after an absence of one or more semesters must include, at the time of registration, an additional re-matriculation fee.
NON-MATRICULATED (NON-DEGREE) STATUS
Applicants who wish to take classes on a non-credit basis
may do so as non-matriculated students. Courses taken on a non-matriculated basis cannot be used for Associate Degree credit.
The Institute does not provide any housing or dormitory facilities.
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