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Advisement and Transition

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  

Open Advising on Wednesdays throughout the semester

Advisors will be available each Wednesday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. throughout the semester for brief (10-15 minute) advising meetings.  Check out our schedule of advising topics!

  • In-person in our office, Memorial Library A-111.  
  • Via phone 607-753-4726
  • Chat - link at bottom of this page

Students interested in meeting with an advisor virtually should call the office to schedule a virtual appointment in our Advisement Webex room

Advising Reminders  

  • Faculty advisors: Plan to attend one our virtual Advising Workshops this spring semester!

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      News and Updates

      • Applications for the COR 101 Student Facilitator position for fall 2022 are now available.  Interested students can apply here or review the COR 101 webpage for more information.  
        • Faculty and staff instructors interested in facilitating a section of COR 101 can contact David Runge, Coordinator of COR 101, for details. 

        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