Office Information

Registrar's Office
Miller Building 223
Phone: 607-753-4702
Fax: 607-753-2959

Regular Semester Hours
Monday to Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(Holiday/Recess Hours Vary)

NOTE: The Registrar's Office opens at 9:15am on Thursdays, to accomodate team meetings.

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"The Registrar's Office supports the academic mission of the College by providing
superior service and support to all future students, current students, alumni, faculty,
and staff in the pursuit of academic excellence."

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Important Dates 

Important Dates

Spring Break
March 10 to March 14 

Q3 Student Teaching Ends
March 14 

Q4 Classes Begin
March 17 

Q4 Pass/No Credit Deadline
March 24 (4pm)
 

Full Term and Q4 Withdrawal Deadline
April 15 (4pm) 

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Register to Vote

Register to Vote

To register to vote in New York, you may obtain a voter registration form by visiting the Campus Activities Corey Office, the SGA Office, the NYPIRG Office, or by downloading a form online.

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Workshop Notations on Transcripts

Teaching Cert Requirements

The Registrar's Office tracks and represents mandated workshops for teacher education programs on the transcript for use by certifying agencies, schools and the College.  Learn about the inclusion of mandated workshops, including the new DASA workshop.

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Fourth Quarter Course Enrollment

Quarter Courses

Quarter courses are courses that meet for only one-half of a regular semester. Quarter courses are open for registration during pre-registration, the drop-and-add week and one week prior to the start of the second half of the semester through the first day of class.  Due to Spring break 2014, fourth quarter classes are open for enrollment beginning on March 3, 2014.

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Immunization & Health History

Health Services

New York State law and SUNY policy requires that health history and immunization information be provided to the College by students. Both non-matriculated students (visiting students) and matriculated students must review and complete these requirements. 

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