Advisement and Transition provides services and support to students regarding transition to college, academic planning, major choice, and academic decision making. Our role is to help students make the most of their college career by providing assistance with choosing a major, understanding SUNY Cortland policies and procedures, understanding advisement and registration, degree planning and connecting to campus resources. Advisement and Transition supports students during their transition to college and throughout their academic progression to degree completion.
Our services include: academic advising, pre-major support, learning community support, transfer credit evaluation, permission to transfer credit process, new student orientation, first-year seminar, early alert outreach, and student support programming for transfer, non-traditional and graduate students.
Courses offered: COR 101, The Cortland Experience; COR 201, Enhancing the Transfer Experience; ADV 200, Major and Career Exploration
Advisement and Transition will be temporarily located in Brockway Hall, Jacobus Lounge, while our space in Memorial Library is being renovated. Our phone and email will remain the same. We anticipate being in Jacobus Lounge for the remainder of the fall 2022 semester and for the spring 2023 semester.
Have you met with your academic advisor to discuss spring and winter 2023 registration but have additional questions or are seeking more support? Advisors in Advisement and Transition are available without an appointment for brief questions Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. from Oct. 31 - Nov. 10 in-person in our temporary location, Brockway Hall, Jacobus Lounge
Our brief advising videos provide overviews on the registration process and the online tools (Degree Works, Schedule Builder, myRedDragon resources).