Advisement and Transition

Advisement and Transition helps you transition to college and guides you through the advisement and registration process at Cortland.  We assist you with planning your courses, choosing a major, navigating College policies and connecting with campus resources.  Our office services include: academic advising; COR 101 seminar course for first-year students; new student orientation; transfer credit services; and student support programming for graduate, non-traditional, and transfer students.  

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Advising Reminders  

  • During the semester, advisors are available on Wednesdays for brief (10-15 minute) student walk-in advising questions.  Check back in January for our Walk-in Wednesday schedule of topics for the spring! 

News and Update

  • Advisement and Transition is seeking faculty/staff instructors and teaching assistants for Fall 2020 sections of COR 101: The Cortland Experience. Teaching Assistants work alongside faculty/staff instructors in teaching COR 101, and earn 3 credits of free-elective credit for their work as a TA. 
    • Applications available February 1.  Submission deadline: February 28.
    • For more information, review the COR 101 webpage or contact David Runge
  • Welcome new spring 2020 students!
    • Join us for the Transfer Takeoff and Class Finding Tour, Friday, Jan. 24 at 2:30 p.m. in Corey Union, first floor lobby.  
    • Taco Tuesday, free taco bar lunch, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Corey Union Exhibition Lounge.

Advisement and Transition
Memorial Library
Room A-111
advisement@cortland.edu

Phone: 607-753-4726

Fax: 607-753-5593
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday