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2022 SUNY Cortland Handbook is now available

2022 SUNY Cortland Handbook is now available

09/07/2022 

Dear faculty and staff,

The 2022 SUNY Cortland Handbook has been posted to the university’s website. This is an important reference for faculty, staff and students on key policies and responsibilities across campus.

A log of changes from the 2021 edition and archives of past handbooks are also available online.

This year, several key sections of the SUNY Cortland Handbook were removed and added instead to the 2022-23 Undergraduate and Graduate catalogs. These changes were made to streamline and better organize important university policies and procedures related to academics in the catalogs.

Please refer to the change log to learn more about how these documents have been restructured. A video recording of a virtual meeting discussing these changes is available through Webex.

Many thanks to the Handbook Committee and the many faculty and staff who reviewed and offered updates to this year’s edition.

 

 

All the best,

 

Erik J. Bitterbaum

President


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