Cross-Registering At SUNY Cortland (Cortland is HOST)
- Find a course using the online course schedule.
Find courses using the public schedule. You will need the CRN (course reference number) and the course subject, number and section to register. Please review all course details and requirements carefully.
- Provide a Complete Cross-Registration Agreement from Your Home Institution
Cross-registering students must supply the Cross-Registration Agreement form from the home institution at the point of registration. The form must have all required signatures to be valid.
Students must meet all applicable criteria for registration. You may need to have holds released, prerequisites verified, or obtain special permission for course registration from the academic department.
Please review the course schedule carefully to determine which requirements you must meet. Be sure to review the information concerning the Code of Conduct and health requirements.
You must obtain all permissions and fulfill all obligations for course entry before submitting this request. If you do not have the required permissions you will not be registered. Due to credit hour requirements and financial aid considerations, your entire registration request must be declined and you will be required to resubmit your request once you have received permission, or you may make a request with only the courses for which you have permission.
- Complete the Cross-Registration Supplemental Data Form
The supplemental data form is required for admissions data collection and reporting to the State University of New York.
- The Registrar's Office will contact you via email once registration is complete. We will mail a copy of the registration form to the home institution for their records.
We will send you an email confirming your registration, and (if required) we will also include your Cortland ID and system login information. If you register in person, we will provide you with an information card with this data.
- Provide the required code of conduct form and medical forms before class begins.
See Additional Requirements Below
According to NYS law and SUNY policy, students must also review and complete the following. Failure to complete requirements can result in administrative holds on your account and/or the removal of courses.
SUNY policy requires that all SUNY Cortland students review and agree to abide by the Code of Student Conduct and other related policies when they enroll at the College. Visit the Student Conduct Office page for advanced details, and to review the complete Code of Student Conduct. When completing the registration form, you will be asked to affirm the code of conduct.
Students are required to complete immunization requirements when attending classes on campus. Please visit the Student Health Service site for information concerning immunization and health history requirements.
You may register in person in the Miller Building, Room 223 on the Cortland campus. You may also mail your registration request to:
SUNY Cortland Office of the Registrar
PO Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045-0900