|Programs of Study|
Courses in liberal arts, the humanities, business administration, early childhood education, computer information systems, travel and hospitality, and the sciences are available in the evenings and on weekends. At present, evening students can pursue Associate Degrees in Accounting, Business, Computer Information Systems, Office Administration and Technology, and Liberal Arts. A Liberal Arts degree can be earned solely through evening and/or weekend study. Students interested in other degree programs which are only offered in the day session, can begin their studies in the evening and on weekends, and transfer to the day session to complete their degree.
For information regarding matriculated and degree status, contact the Admission Information Center in room F-123, ext. 4600 or the Office of Academic Scheduling in room A-113, ext. 5686.
Sections of Evening and Weekend Courses can be found within the current course listings for Schedule of Classes
Evening and Weekend students may avail themselves of the following services. Because evening and weekend hours vary, students should call offices for availability:
Counseling services, including career counseling and placement: 718-368-5115
Financial Aid advisement: 718-368- 4644
Tutoring in most subject areas: 718-368-5118
English Skills Lab: 718-368- 5405
Computer Lab: 718-368-5704
Library services: 718-368-5144
For a complete listing of Evening & Weekend availability, click here
Weekend College Administrative Staff
Enrollment Registrar Coordinator
Enrollment Registrar Coordinator
What is the purpose of the Weekend College Program?
The Weekend College Program serves an integral role in the college’s educational offerings.
Individuals who are unable to attend courses during the day may pursue part-time and/or full-time studies on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
When classes are in session during the twelve week semester, the Office of Academic Scheduling (A-113) is open weeknights Monday through Thursday until 10:00pm, Fridays until 8:30pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Office hours differ during the module; please consult the Schedule of Classes.
Who attends the Weekend College Program?
There are different populations of students who attend the Weekend College Program, such as adults seeking education for new career or career enhancement, parents planning to return to the work force, senior citizens (New York State residents 60 years of age and over), veterans, and others. Any student who is registered at the college is eligible to take weekend courses.
When are courses given during weekends?
Weekend courses are offered on Friday evenings from 4:00pm to 10:00pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Please consult the current Schedule of Classes for a complete listing of day, evening and weekend courses.
What are the Programs of Study?
Courses in liberal arts, the humanities, business administration, early childhood education, computer information systems, travel and hospitality, and the sciences are available on weekends.
A Liberal Arts degree can be earned solely weekend study. Certain curricula are offered only during the Day session. Weekend students who are interested in a particular degree program may begin their studies during the weekend and transfer to the Day Program in order to complete the required courses.
In addition, they may take Distance Learning or online courses as long as they meet the requirements. Weekend students who are contemplating a change in their program should visit the Academic Advisement Center (M-101) and speak to an advisor to learn about the degree programs that are offered by the college. Any inquiries concerning the Weekend College Program please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I have a question regarding CUNYFirst?
You may contact the Registration Help Center by telephone, 718-368-6551 or by email email@example.com
The mission of the Registration Help Center is to provide real-time support to students as they navigate the CUNYFirst online registration system.
Hours of Operation
Our hours of operation during CUNYfirst registration periods are:
Monday through Friday:
9:00am - 5:00pm
Hours of operation may differ during the module; please call the Help Center for additional information.