The staff members in Advisement and Transition are here to offer support and resource information to help you be successful and connect to campus as you continue your education.
Tracy Frenyea, academic advisor and coordinator of graduate student support can assist you with referral information and support. Email Tracy or call our office at 607-753-4726 with your questions.
Graduate Admissions may also provide helpful information on available programs and application assistance.
New graduate students: Don't forget to visit the Next Steps for New Graduate Students website for helpful information and next steps to take to start classes at SUNY Cortland.
Learn more about the Mohawk Valley Graduate Site, operated by SUNY Cortland and located on the campus of Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, N.Y.
If you have paid your admission deposit, watch for your welcome packet of resource information in the mail. Included in your packet will be your invitation to our New Graduate Student Welcome Reception being held August 24.
At this casual reception you will have the opportunity to take care of last minute business and meet other new graduate students. Staff from Advisement and Transition, Career Services and Memorial Library will be on hand to answer your questions. You may also have the opportunity to meet your associate dean and Dr. Bitterbaum, our campus president.
For details visit Residence Life and Housing Graduate Student Housing.
Graduate students in the following programs should use Degree Works for their degree audit tool, rather than CAPP:
Learn about upcoming events for graduate students, see when new content has been added to this website and when to expect Grad Connections Update emails. Best of all, connect with other SUNY Cortland Graduate Students. Start a discussion.
The Non-Traditional Student Lounge is located in Cornish Hall, Room 1221. Please feel free to stop by when the lounge is open.
The lounge features a refrigerator, microwave, computers, couches, a coffeemaker and best of all, other graduate and non-traditional students to get to know.
All students, as well as other persons, at SUNY Cortland are protected by Title IX, regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, part- or full-time status, disability, race or national origin, in all aspects of SUNY Cortland's educational programs and activities. More information is available on the Title IX website.