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Lehman College Academic Standards and Evaluation

Welcome to Advisement at Lehman College! Lehman offers a variety of advisement services aimed at supporting students as they progress toward the completion of their degrees. Please visit the appropriate advising department website below to find out more information, including contact information for your advisor(s). If you are unsure how to proceed, please email and someone will review your record and get back to you.

Lehman Navigate

Use Lehman Navigate to connect to your advisors, academic departments, and other services! Navigate allows you to quickly schedule appointments, view your holds, to-do items, class schedule, and more. You can access Navigate via web browser, or the Navigate Student App. To login to Lehman Navigate, you will use your CUNYfirst login credentials.

Download The App - Download the “Navigate Student” app in the App Store or Google Play Store.


Onboarding Advisement Office – Onboarding Academic Advisors support entering and returning students through various enrollment barriers and provide academic advisement for their first-semester registration.

Office of Undergraduate Academic Advisement – General Academic Advisors guide and support students as they progress through their first semester toward the successful completion of their degrees.

Graduation Specialist Unit – Graduation Specialists provide advisement and support during the final year of degree completion.

Pre-Health Advising – Pre-Health Advisors provide information, advising, coaching, and support for students who are interested in applying to and entering accredited health professional programs.

Pre-Nursing Advising – Pre-Nursing advisors provide information and advisement on Nursing prerequisite courses and assist students in preparing their applications to the Nursing program.

Major and Minor Advising

Major and Minor Advisors focus on the courses pertaining to the choice of study. To connect with a major or minor advisor, visit our Student Services page and select Undergraduate Advising.

Specialized Programs

Adult Degree Program (ADP) – The Adult Degree Program at Lehman College assists adults 25 and older who have not yet earned a bachelor’s degree and offers a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies offering students an innovative, flexible, and customizable path toward an interdisciplinary degree.

Lehman College ACE Program (ACE) – The ACE Program at Lehman College is a comprehensive program designed to help students complete their academic journey to the bachelor’s degree within two years (transfer) or four years (freshmen).

The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program (SEEK) – The SEEK Program promotes the academic, personal, and vocational development of SEEK students at Lehman College by admitting a previously underserved population and providing an array of specialized support and enrichment programs and activities dedicated to encouraging student’s learning, performance, persistence and graduation.

Macaulay Honors College (MHC) and The Lehman Scholars Program (LSP) – The William E. Macaulay Honors College at Lehman chooses students from a highly competitive field of applicants who demonstrate exceptional academic skills and are then challenged to continue their record of achievement and to prepare for top graduate programs as well as leadership positions in both their professions and their communities.


Pre-Graduate School Advising – Pre-Graduate School Advising at Lehman College offers a range of services such as assistance with writing personal statement, how to get strong letters of recommendation, what you need to do to build a competitive record, and finding and applying to graduate school programs.

Graduate Studies – The Office of Graduate Studies at Lehman College coordinates all Graduate Degree Programs and Advanced Certificates in the Schools of Arts & Humanities, Business, Education, Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing, and Natural and Social Sciences.