Accept BCC's offer of Admissions – Commitment Deposit
In order to secure your enrollment at Bronx Community College, and to participate in early advisement and registration for the upcoming semester, you must submit a commitment deposit of $100.00. While the deposit will be non-refundable, students who enroll will be credited the amount of the commitment deposit toward tuition.
Pay your $100 Commitment Deposit by the scheduled due date in your Acceptance Letter, at the Bursar's Office in Colston Hall, Main Level. (Deposit will be applied toward your tuition charges)
Defer your admission to the college. Incoming undergraduate freshmen can defer their admission and reserve their spot at a CUNY College (only for Fall semester admission) for up to one year for any of the following reasons:
Students cannot defer admission in order to complete post-secondary education at any college or university other than CUNY. Students who attend a post-secondary institution other than CUNY must re-apply as a transfer applicant and adhere to all Admission Application deadlines.
To defer admission and reserve a spot for up to one year, students must pay the $100 Commitment Tuition Deposit by May 1st at the college to which they have been admitted (for late admits, the college can establish a different deadline). The student will not need to re-apply or pay an additional application-processing fee. The student's seat is not transferable to any other college. Please note: colleges may exclude selected programs from the deferral option.
Note: If you file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and you have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $3000 or less, as determined by the Financial Aid Office, you may be eligible to have your commitment fee waived. Â For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office in Colston Hall, Room 504 or call 718.289.5700.
Commitment Deposit is not the same as Tuition and Fees. Students are still required to satisfy their outstanding Tuition and Fees balance by the deadline posted on their bill.