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Fall and Spring Terms/Trimesters

Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Regular fall and spring terms at Iona College provide visiting students with a wide range of opportunities. From day, evening and weekend courses to online/distance learning, independent study and study abroad, Iona’s campus in New Rochelle has plenty to offer. Visiting students may join us to earn credits to graduate early, make up some classes or explore an area of interest. Iona can help you achieve your goals.

The regular fall and spring semesters meet for 15 weeks. Graduate trimester terms in our School of Business meet for about 12 weeks. All sessions meet at our main campus in New Rochelle. Classes are offered in three formats: traditional lecture, hybrid (HY) and online/distance learning (DL). For traditional classes, all meetings are on site. Hybrid classes combine both on-site and online/distance learning. Online/distance learning classes are conducted exclusively online. Meeting structures are clearly identified in the course listings.

Registration and Payment

  1. Check the Undergraduate Course Offerings and Graduate Course Offerings to select classes.
  2. Visit the Tuition and Fees schedule for current tuition charges and program fees.
  3. Email the Iona College Registrar’s Office at registrar@iona.edu to request a registration form and instructions.
  4. After selecting your courses, calculate your total payment due using the registration form
  5. Visit www.iona.edu/visitingstudentpayment to submit your payment online. A check may also be mailed with your completed registration form. NOTE: All tuition and fees must be paid in full before your registration is processed.
  6. After your registration is completed, you will be emailed a confirmation.

Former Iona Students

Former Iona students that attended the College previously in a degree program but did not earn a degree may also take fall or spring courses. Re-admission will activate your existing record. Please contact the Office of Admissions for re-admission instructions and the online application.

Auditing a course

Students who wish to audit a course will be charged for one credit. Audits are allowed for lecture liberal arts courses. Permission to audit a course is required from the Dean’s Office. Audits are only permitted for courses that do not require laboratories.

Transferring Credit

Students who wish to transfer credit to their home institution should obtain prior approval from the appropriate person at that institution.

Visiting Student Fall or Spring Transcripts

Transcript requests are placed through our online ordering system, in partnership with the National Student Clearinghouse. Visiting students should visit www.getmytranscript.com to place a transcript order after their completed courses are graded.

Admission to Matriculated Status

Visiting students who would like to be admitted to Iona College on a permanent basis should contact the Office of Admissions at (914) 633-2502. Students dismissed from Iona College are not permitted to take fall or spring courses. Successful completion of course work as a visiting student during fall or spring semesters does not guarantee admission to the College on a matriculated basis.

Parking Permits

Students must complete the Iona College Vehicle Registration Form. Parking Permits may be obtained through the Office of Campus Safety in Room 207 in the Robert V. LaPenta Student Union.

Questions

For Admissions questions, contact(914) 633-2497 or admissions@iona.edu.
For Registration questions, contact (914) 633-2497 or registrar@iona.edu.