SUNY Cortland offers online courses for current and visiting students via our Blackboard Course Management System accessible through myRedDragon. There are three varieties of online courses: web-based courses which are entirely online, hybrid courses which have weekly in-class meetings in addition to an online component, and blended courses which are predominately online, but meet on campus occasionally.
SUNY Cortland is pleased to list all of our online, hybrid and blended courses on Open SUNY. We welcome students from other campuses to study at Cortland. Do not hesitate to contact the Registrar's Office at 607-753-4702 or at email@example.com to learn more about registering as a visiting student or as part of the SUNY-wide cross-registration agreement. You can also search for online courses by accessing our schedule of classes and viewing courses by attribute. You may view advanced details about courses through our local schedule of classes.
Some courses may require special permission to register because many online, hybrid or blended courses have special requirements, specific meeting times or particular technology standards. Special permission may be obtained by contacting the academic department. Some academic departments may require course contracts for online learning if there are special requirements.
All students may access Blackboard by logging into myRedDragon using their Net-ID and password.
As with traditional courses, students are responsible for completing course assignments and accessing all materials and lectures/units. All withdrawal, refund and assessment policies for in-person courses also apply to online courses.
Prior to the course start date, you must be certain you can access all required online services and content. Tuition and fee refunds will not be granted after the withdrawal deadlines due to access or technology issues on the part of a student.
By registering, you are committing to completing the online course and adhering to campus policies. You are required to understand the requirements, and to have access to the materials.