Advisement and Transition

Advisement and Transition helps you transition to college and guides you through the advisement and registration process at Cortland.  We assist you with planning your courses, choosing a major, navigating College policies and connecting with campus resources.  Our office services include: academic advising; COR 101 seminar course for first-year students; new student orientation; transfer credit services; early alert outreach (Starfish); and student support programming for graduate, non-traditional, and transfer students.  

We're still advising!

The office is open, but we are currently working remotely to minimize the spread of COVID-19.  Although we are checking email and voicemail regularly, it may take staff slightly longer than usual to respond.  We're still here to support students, faculty and staff! Reach out with questions.  Thank you for your patience during this challenging time.

Advising Reminders  

  • Students who find themselves missing degree requirements but considering not returning to Cortland may be eligible to transfer in their final degree requirements.  Advisors can help them through the process and refer them to Advisement and Transition.  

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Advisement and Transition
Memorial Library
Room A-111
advisement@cortland.edu

Phone: 607-753-4726

Fax: 607-753-5593
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday