Fall 2021 Guidance/COVID-19 Information

Academic Resources

Looking for help with planning your class schedule? Ready to improve your study skills? Excited to explore course options and future professional or educational pathways? Maybe you want to locate critical research information. SUNY Cortland offers access to the resources you need to succeed.

  • Advisement and Transition provides services and support to students regarding transition to college, academic planning, major choice and academic decision-making.
  • Academic Calendar
  • College Catalog includes admission information, academic policies of the College, requirements for bachelor’s degrees, descriptions of courses and requirements for majors and minors.
  • Course Schedule features a complete list of classes as you plan for your upcoming registration.
  • C.U.R.E. Program is a unique and comprehensive program in urban education to prepare you for the challenges of working in high-need urban schools in New York state.
  • COR 101 helps students integrate into campus life.
  • Educational Opportunity Program is a special admissions program for motivated New York state residents who are economically disadvantaged but show the potential to obtain a college degree.
  • Library provides an array of services to students and faculty, including research and reference assistance, inter-library loan, and instruction in computer and library information.
  • myRedDragon is an online portal where you can register for classes, pay bills, get grades, download class lectures or access course materials via Blackboard.
  • Starfish is an online tool that offers ongoing communication with professors and other offices to support academic success.
  • Student Disability Services facilitates the educational and personal development of students with disabilities.
  • Student Registration and Records Services provides a variety of services and support that involve all facets of a student's academic record. Services include fulfilling requests for official college transcripts, transacting registration of classes, and assistance with policy and procedural functions.
  • The Learning Center provides professional tutoring in writing, reading, math, and study skills, Nightowl Online Tutoring, and peer-led programs for various courses to help students to build and hone successful academic behaviors. Students who regularly use TLC services often demonstrate increased academic confidence, stronger learning skills and improvement in their coursework.
  • The Writing Center offers individualized, one-on-one support for writing assignments and projects at any stage of the writing process from brainstorming to revising final drafts.
  • Transfer Credit Services provides transfer credit evaluations for new, accepted students and coordinates the permission to transfer credit process for continuing students interested in taking courses at another institution.