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New York Automotive & Diesel Institute LIBRARY: Registrar

The road to knowledge.


The Registrar would like to welcome you to this website.  Learn about the many opportunities that await you as part of our community; you will find that we are very resourceful.

The Registrar keeps the attendance records, schedules classes, and updates the grades on your transcripts. She can offer assistance with questions about your attendance, the program in which you are enrolled, or general school policies. If you have an emergency situation and you need to take a Leave of Absence, see the FORMS box below for the appropriate form. 

NYADI is committed to your success, both academically and personally, and we provide the assistance and the access you need to reach your goals. I hope you will take advantage of what we have to offer! 

Please feel free to stop by the office for any assistance between 9:00 AM and 6:30 PM Monday through Thursday.  

Best wishes for a successful career!


To maintain satisfactory attendance, students should be present for ninety percent (90%) of the total clock hours during each academic period (course). If a student is absent more than ten percent (10%) of the total clock hours in any segment and falls below a 2.0 grade point average for that course, that student may receive an incomplete for that segment and be placed on academic probation for one academic period.

Students who receive Title IV funding must maintain ninety percent (90%) attendance in order to remain eligible. If the student is absent due to a documented legitimate reason, i.e. doctors note, jury duty, death in family, etc., that student may make up a maximum of two (2) days (SEE MAKE-UP WORK). Additionally, each undocumented or illegitimate absence will result in a one (1) point decrease in the student’s final grade point average. Student Services will determine what documents are sufficient to excuse an absence from this requirement. Students will be required to complete all course work before the end of a subsequent segment.