Student Registration Status
The Registration Status will show key items that will affect registration:
Undergraduate students may register once their time-ticket is active, as long as they have also secured the four-digit Registration Pin number from their advisor.
Graduate students will be able to register as soon as their time-ticket becomes active; there is no registration pin number for graduate students.
The time ticket is based on:
- earned credit hours toward graduation within class or level
- matriculation level . . . undergraduate / graduate
- non-degree students will NOT have WEB privileges
- Hold information:
any outstanding obligations to SUNY Cortland will prevent registration. You will need to contact the agency or office that has placed the hold on your record for clearance information.
- Academic & Curriculum information:
degree, major, academic standing, student status, and class year are identified for students to verify, and/or correct. Contact your department, or the Registrar's Office for assistance in correcting any academic profile information.
Registration Pin Number
For Undergraduates, the advisor will play a key role in the advisement of their student advisees, and in the distribution of the registration pin.
At the conclusion of the advisement meeting, undergraduate students will receive their registration pin number to gain access to the WEB. Once their time-ticket is active the registration process can begin. Advisors will receive the registration pin numbers:
- Electronically on myRedDragon under the Advisee Contact List. Both time-ticket and registration pin will be identified.
- Hard copy will be distributed in the departments. STUDENT PIN INFORMATION CAN NOT BE PUBLICALLY DISPLAYED IN ANY WAY. THIS IS A VIOLATION OF THE BUCKLEY AMENDMENT AND FERPA POLICY.
- Graduate Students: There are no Registration Pin numbers for Graduate Students. Registration may begin once the time-ticket is active.
Academic Department Offices are the primary contact for any student encountering obstacles while registering. The departments will also have the responsibility to monitor course availability. With Department Chair authorization, department personnel may authorize or enable the registration of students who:
- want to inquire or challenge taking a course without the necessary prerequisite(s)
- have a major/non-major restriction - 600 & 700 sections that are inclusive or exclusive
- have other course-related restrictions - 500 sections that need special permission
- seek entry into closed courses, or cannot register due to lack of course availability